The NIS Directive issued by government to essential infrastructure providers has raised a myriad of questions about reporting and compliance.

At this flagship event, we'll walk you through the key points of the directive and share our thoughts on strategies to assist.

Our keynote speaker is John Noble, ex-director of GCHQ's NCSC who will be talking about the guidelines which were written by his team. We'll also be joined by speakers from industry. 

If you'd like more information about what the NIS Directive means for you and your organisation, this is a perfect forum to learn more in a small gathering of like-minded companies. Expect lots of opportunity for Q&A and discussion around the practical aspects of implementing the guidelines. 

The event is free to attend but places are limited, so please sign up early. 

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At the end of February 2018 John Noble retired from being a Director at the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC). The NCSC was launched in October 2016 to protect the UK’s critical services from cyber-attacks, manage cyber incidents and improve the underlying security of the UK internet.

John is now a non-executive director at NHS Digital where he chairs the Information Assurance and Cyber Security Committee. He is also a senior adviser to McKinsey.

John is an experienced senior leader with a strong track record for operational delivery and strategic business change. During his 40 years of Government service he has built collaborative, diverse and high performing teams and has excelled at creating effective partnerships.

From 2012-16 John was posted to the British Embassy in Washington where he led on engagement across a range of issues including cyber and joint-technology development.

John was selected to join the NCSC’s Board in July 2016. In his role as the Director of Incident Management, he has established and led the response to nearly 800 significant cyber incidents. This work has given him unrivalled experience in dealing with and understanding the causes of cyber incidents.





James Willmott as Business Systems Lead, EDF, brings a wealth of experience and insight. He has been working in the power industry since 2000 heavily focused on PC and networking security to protect critical generation assets from cyber-attack and is helping EDF with its NIS compliance work.
James started his career writing bespoke applications for IBM compatible computers in Pascal and database development languages. He then spent 10 years at the University of Hull developing & managing (then new) PC LAN environment and installed the first campus wide Novell NetWare 4 system within UK academia and introduced Microsoft Windows 3.1 as a campus wide service.


John Fenoughty is a highly regarded security consultant with an international reputation for his work securing OT, particularly ICS, DCS, and SCADA environments.
John has been working in IT security for more than 25 years.
His expertise in troubleshooting and finding solutions in challenging environments is unparalleled.

John heads up Lithify's OT practice and will be talking about pragmatic ways to acheive compliance with NIS-D. 


Peter Hughes serves as the technical director for the EMEA strategic clients division at Skybox® Security and has more than twenty years’ experience in IT and network security. During this time, he has helped a
diverse range of clients across many industry sectors to design and implement a wide range of security solutions and technologies.
Prior to Skybox, he held senior consulting and systems engineering roles with Imperva and NTT. Hughes holds a degree in Telecommunications Engineering and Masters’ degree in Data Communications Engineering.


Shlomi Feldman is Check Point’s leading SCADA solutions expert worldwide, based at HQ in Tel Aviv.
Before joining Check Point, Shlomi spent more than 20 years working in the industrial automation field, covering several positions in companies in Western Europe and Israel, obtaining specific experience with SCADA
and HMI system in the fields of power generation, water supply, and Building Automation systems.

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