Cybersecurity Commentator and Editorial Board Member for the Journal of Data Protection and Privacy
Cameron is a seasoned cyber defence advisor and information security strategist who has worked for the United Nations, governmental and law enforcement agencies, as well as leading multinational corporations. He consults across verticals to guide his clients in maturing strategic and tactical security capabilities, incident response measures, proactive defence, and resilience investments, and devising effective countermeasures to insider threats. Cameron has also conducted in-depth research into emerging trends in cybercrime offending, forensic science, data protection, and cyber-warfare. He is an author and contributor to books and articles on many aspects of cybersecurity and a regular speaker at international conferences. He holds multiple bachelor and master level degrees in law, behavioural science, international security, policing, intelligence, and counterterrorism, in addition to vendor neutral technical certifications and accreditations. Cameron enjoys working at the intersection of technology, security and law and building capable teams to deliver services that organisations need to operate safely, competitively, and effectively in today’s digital world.
State-Sponsored Cyber Attacks and Business: Strategies, Insurance and Why Ransomware Is Still Booming
28th February 12:40 - 13:25 GMT
Emerging Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (PETs): What Works?
1st March 15:00 - 15:40 GMT