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Reset your plans – Cyber Security:
Business Model Transformation


Date: 25th February 2021

Time: 18:30 to 20:30

Format: Informal, discussion


Technologies that empower change. The unquestionable benefits of a digital economy must be balanced with responsibility, accountability and trust.

Here, we’ll look at how we can harness cyber security to help shape and scale corporate governance into a power for good, not a constraint on growth.

Re-imagine how you work – how to realise change through process re-engineering that addresses the critical demands we face today and will stand the test of time (transformation, not automation)

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With our technology partner, Stealthbits Technologies, we will discuss our agentless solution that offers the ability to assess from an existing system anywhere in your environment, all the data you need without making changes to infrastructure or incurring additional costs.

What you’ll learn

You’ll learn first-hand from industry experts how Stealthbits and Core to Cloud can help you find electronic protected health information (EPHI) across structured and unstructured data repositories and understand where your risks are before you perform your DSP toolkit assessment.


Matt Scotney-Jones

Matt Scotney-Jones

Head of Channel, Stealthbits Technologies

Matt Scotney-Jones has been working in channel for 10+ years, 8 of which have been focused in the cyber security space. In that time he has built his career around Channel development and strategy across EMEA. In his spare time, Matt is an aviation enthusiast, sports fan and enjoys playing golf.
Gavin Ashton

Gavin Ashton

Security Strategist, Stealthbits Technologies

Gavin Ashton is a world-recognised expert on cybersecurity measures and identity protection. He currently serves as a security strategist at Stealthbits, and is best known for his “Maersk, me & notPetya” blog, which he authored in the aftermath of being part of the restoration team that helped shipping giant Maersk recover from a vicious cyberattack in 2017.