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Robert Hannigan: Big Cyber Risks Today

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The biggest cyber risk in recent times has been the emergence of a commodity market in hacking, says Robert Hannigan, Former Director of GCHQ. Don’t miss his fascinating keynote on the evolving cyber landscape.

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Robert Hannigan

Former Director of GCHQ

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Robert Hannigan is a leading authority on cyber security, cyber conflict and the application of technology in national security. He is an international speaker and contributing author on cyber security topics. Currently, Robert serves as Chairman of BlueVoyant International, a global cybersecurity services firm. He is a Senior Adviser to McKinsey & Co and advises a number of international companies on cyber security. Prior to moving into the private sector, Robert served as Director of GCHQ, the UK’s largest intelligence and security agency. Robert has a long history of involvement in cyber security and technology, having drawn up the UK’s first Cyber Security Strategy and outlined the government’s ambition of making the UK ‘the safest place to live and do business online’. He set up the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre as part of GCHQ and launched the active cyber defense program for the UK in 2016. He was responsible with military colleagues for the UK’s national offensive cyber programme.

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InnovationChinaCyber SecurityTechnologyGeopoliticsCrisis Management
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