On-demand webinar

Building an enduring cyber risk management programme to see you through a crisis


ON-DEMAND WEBINAR | 60 minutes

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In our two recent webinars, we addressed the importance of a risk-based approach to cybersecurity; and meeting the expectations of the board’s cyber risk governance obligations. But what does this all mean in practice, particularly at a time when the threat landscape is shifting so rapidly?

In this 60-minute panel discussion, we’ll bring together some of the best minds in cyber risk to explore the importance of an effective and resilient risk architecture and how a cyber risk function must move fast with the business at a time like this. We will hear from Graham Wright CBESVP Security and Cyber, and Maurizio G. CarusoSenior Director, Security Strategy, Governance and Risk Management at Inmarsat Global LtdJeff BrookerCyber Risk Adviser to Industry and former Global Group CISO at Aviva; and Andrew WilsonPrincipal Consultant at CRMG.

Our panel will discuss how best in class cyber risk teams are more critical than ever as a genuine enabler to safe business operations, and a means to secure growth.

In this webinar you'll learn:

  • How to build a dynamic risk management framework which considers how threats and threat levels are constantly evolvingand the benefits this brings to your response capability.
  • Why managing and monitoring risk responses with respect to core business objectives is essential to a holistic crisis response.
  • How to develop a crisis response that breaks down silos and ensures everyone is thinking about and (most importantly) acting on risk with a unified purpose.
  • How risk professionals can use data and automation to prioritise their activities and provide mission-critical insight to their boards and executives in real time.


Tom Faraday

Senior Product Manager at Galvanize

Tom Faraday, Senior Product Manager at Galvanize has spent the last 10 years working with organisations of various sizes and across multiple industries supporting them with the definition, implementation and continued success of their GRC programs. He has a particular interest in Risk Management and Information Security and is currently responsible for ensuring the continued success of multiple Galvanize GRC products. 
Tom will be moderating the panel discussion.

Maurizio G. Caruso

Senior Director, Security Strategy, Governance and Risk Management at Inmarsat Global Ltd

Educated in Italy (MSc in Electrical Engineering, summa cum Laude) and in the UK (Masters in Business Administration), Maurizio Caruso has worked for over 30 years in the satellite communications industry.
In his career, Maurizio has held senior management positions in Engineering, Operations, Sales & Marketing and Cyber Security at multinational corporations and global satellite service providers.
Maurizio is presently Senior Director of Security Strategy, Governance and Risk Management at Inmarsat Global Ltd, the world leader in global mobile satellite communications.

Andrew Wilson

Principal Consultant at CRMG

Andrew Wilson is an information technology professional who has specialised in cyber security for over twenty years. Andrew has extensive experience in working with organisations to develop and implement practical cyber security solutions that help address the complex challenges of cyber risk management.
In his career, Andrew has held senior cyber security positions in ICL / Fujitsu, the Information Security Forum (ISF), PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), and Dyson.
Andrew has a Masters degree in Risk Management and is a SABSA Chartered Security Architect. He holds the CISSP-ISSAP, CRISC, and ISO/IEC 27001:2013 Lead Implementer certifications.

Graham Wright CBE

Senior Vice President Security and Cyber at Inmarsat Global Ltd

Graham is responsible for leading Inmarsat’s Security and Cyber Strategies, Policies and Operations. The key responsibilities of Graham and his Team are to provide risk & intelligence based protection of the company and its services; and to provide expertise to design security into Inmarsat’s capabilities which enable the business to capitalise on future opportunities.
Graham leads a team which is comprised of 4 key functional areas: Security Risk, Policy & Strategy; Security Architecture; Security Engineering; and Cyber Security Operations.
Graham joined Inmarsat in July 2017 and brings a breadth experience from previous commercial roles as CISO & Global Head of Digital Risk at National Grid, and previously the UK lead for Northrop Grumman’s UK Cyber and Intelligence Business.
He has previously served as the Deputy Director of the Office of Cyber Security in the Cabinet Office responsible for the planning and resourcing of the National Cyber Security Strategy and prior to that 30 years in the Royal Air Force which culminated in a role leading the MOD’s Cyber Development; working in close partnership with security agencies and international partners. He has served as the Special Advisor on Cyber Security for the House of Commons Defence Committee, chaired the Cyber Advisory Group for the Olympic Games; and more recently he chaired the UK pan-sector Emergency Executive Committee for Cyber Security in the Energy Sector. He served as a Non-Executive Director on the Board of LCH ltd (the London Clearing House) within the London Stock Exchange Group and remains an advisor to the Oxford University Cyber Doctoral Training Centre and member of the expert panel on the International Cyber Capacity Centre at Oxford University.

Jeff Brooker

Cyber Risk Adviser to Industry and former Global Group CISO at Aviva

Specialising in Cyber, Information and Security Risk Management with strong personal and professional integrity and honesty. Over twenty years of experience leading, shaping and delivering business and behaviour change within a multinational airline, a big 4 professional services firm, one of the largest UK government departments and major financial institutions. A recognised thought leader and speaker, believing in the need for strategic planning and collaborative focused delivery.
Most recently Jeff was the Global Group CISO for Aviva having joined in January 2018 from Lloyds Banking Group where he had been the Director of Group Security and Fraud for 6 years.
Jeff began his career in security in 2001 as the Group CISO at British Airways having previously held director level roles in both IT and the business. He has also led security functions at HMRC and PwC UK.
Managing a risk profile in order to offer Board assurance and customer confidence has been the key to success in all his high profile roles, ensuring a cohesive interlock across a range of overlapping people, process and technology disciplines.
Jeff began his career in mechanical engineering before moving into IT and security.
Outside of work Jeff is proud to be part of the security community that helps raise money for charity and increases professionalism through the CIISP. He enjoys his family life with his wife and 4 sons in Maidenhead, where he continues to play cricket and take part in other local sporting activities.