'User Experience and Security: A Modern Way to Balance the Scale'

The modern entry point to all business applications — the browser — is also the most common entry point for malware and threat actors. In response, security teams are forced to surround it with a complex ecosystem to protect end users, applications, and data, leaving end users with a frustrating experience.

How do CISOs change this and mitigate user behaviours in the cloud without shortchanging productivity? What is needed for such initiatives to reach critical mass? How do you secure outliers such as contractors and during unexpected events such as M&A?

Join a cohort of your peers on Wednesday 22nd of May to throw some weight at these questions and tip the scales towards answers.


Bubbly Reception
Seated Welcome & Introduction
Roundtable Discussion
Dinner Served, Networking till close
Event Close

Our Speaker

Jamie Whitcombe-Jones
Jamie Whitcombe-Jones

Our Proud Partner

What if the enterprise had complete control over the browser? What would it mean for security, for productivity, for work itself? Introducing Island, the Enterprise Browser - the ideal enterprise workplace, where work flows freely while remaining fundamenta...lly secure. With the core needs of the enterprise naturally embedded in the browser itself, Island gives organisations complete control, visibility, and governance over the last mile, while delivering the same smooth Chromium-based browser experience users expect. Led by experienced leaders in enterprise security and browser technology and backed by leading venture funds -- Insight Partners, Sequoia Capital, Cyberstarts and Stripes Capital -- Island is redefining the future of work for some of the largest, most respected enterprises in the world. Welcome to work as it should be.

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