National Cyber Resilience in an Evidence-Driven World
Ollie Whitehouse, CTO of the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre, will explore delivering evidenced cyber resilience in the technical and sociotechnical domains, and our current position in the foothills of this venture. The talk will focus on the threat environment, and the challenges and opportunities across policy and practice to drive national resilience outcomes.
The talk will be followed by a drinks reception.
Chair: Dr Tim Stevens, Director of the Cyber Security Research Group, King’s College London
Ollie Whitehouse is Chief Technology Officer of the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre, where he helps maintain the organisation’s role as the National Technical Authority for cyber security as well as influencing how to tackle the challenges of tomorrow. His career spans over 27 years in applied cyber-attack and defence, in addition to acting as a science advisor to wider government. Prior to joining the NCSC, Ollie held a portfolio of non-executive directorships and investment advisory positions in relation to British cyber interests. His operational tenures include more than a decade at NCC Group, where he operated as CTO, as well as BlackBerry and Symantec. Ollie has given oral evidence to the UK Parliament Joint Committee on the National Security Strategy twice in 2017 and 2022 on matters related to cyber security.
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