Title: Building a Community SOC
Speaker: Tim Charrot – UK Cyber Security Forum
Location: University of Worcester, Room EE1107 (Cotswold Suite B)
Date: 22nd October 2019
Time: 18:30 for 19:00
Tim Charrot has had a varied 20-year career in the cyber security industry. He started as a security researcher for the MOD, where his role included design and delivery of the first IT Health Check training courses. After this he joined @stake Inc, delivering security testing for customers across Europe, including some of the earliest GSM / WAP service offerings. Returning to the UK, he took on a role managing QinetiQ’s managed security services support team and built a commercial incident response capability. His next change of direction was to join a US security software vendor as a senior consultant in their European division. He also successfully built and ran specialist public sector consulting teams at Serco and HP.
In 2011 Tim founded his own managed security services company, which was rapidly acquired after two years successful trading. A further acquisition found Tim at NCC Group, where he was appointed global CISO, with the awesome responsibility of keeping one of the world’s biggest pen testing teams in line! Tim is now a director at UK Cyber Security Forum and CIO at IASME, where he is focused on using his experience to mentor the next generation of security experts.
Before the event there will be a short AGM. Refreshments and networking opportunities will be available.
The agenda will be:
- Welcome and Introductions
- Apologies for absence
- Minutes of the previous AGM
- Matters arising from the minutes
- A report from the Chair on the year’s activities
- A report from the Treasurer, including a review of income and expenditure against the budget agreed with BCS HQ for the past year and an explanation of next year’s budget request.
- Election of Chair, Treasurer and committee members
- Any other business
The minutes for the 2018 AGM will be posted on the branch web site by 22nd October.
Notification of items wishing to be raised at the AGM under “Any other business” should be sent to the Chair not less than three days in advance. Admission of items not so notified at the AGM will be at the discretion of the Chair.