Cyber Security in the “When-Not-If” Era

Jean-Christophe Gaillard

• A senior executive and a team builder motivated by analysing and resolving Security Strategy, Organisation and Governance challenges, and delivering real long-term solutions • A track-record at driving fundamental change in the Security field across global organisations, looking beyond the technical horizon into strategy, governance, culture, and the real dynamics of transformation • Over 25 years of experience developed in several global financial institutions in the UK and continental Europe, gaining exposure to all layers of management up to board level • French national permanently established in the UK since 1993; fluent in English, Spanish & French Specialties: Security Strategy, Organisation and Governance ; Security Roadmaps, Target Operating Models and Governance Frameworks ; Business Protection ; Corporate Security ; Information Security ; Cyber Security ; Operational Risk Management

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  1. I agree that Boards have become more sensitive to cyber resilience in the last two years. The mega-hacks of Equifax and BA seem to be alerting senior management to the need for better planning. What I have not seen is an honest appraisal of resource requirements to raise security standards so frustrations persist for cyber practitioners.

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