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Management Team

CEO, Security Practitioners Ltd.
Chair, CEP


Dr Claudia Natanson is the CEO of Security Practitioners Ltd, working with many FTSE 100 and 500 companies embedding best practice security into the cultural fabric of their organisations. She is an information security specialist with over 15 years’ experience of working across all functions and at Board level for matters on risk and security.

She has held positions as chief information security officer at Diageo, where she was responsible for setting strategy, policy and information security programmes for Diageo’s 180 global markets in 85 countries. She also founded Secure Business Services while at British Telecommunications working with their global customers in the areas of risk and security. 

She is currently chair of the Corporate Executive Programme, a body that unites senior decision-makers from leading companies and public sector organisations across the world to discuss information security issues and threats. 

Dr Natanson holds a B.Sc. in Nuclear Chemistry, MSc. in Computer Science and a Ph.D. in Computers and Education. She is a CISSP, a Chartered IT Professional and Fellow of the British Computing Society. 


Tom Mullen CISSP
Telefonica UK
Head of Cyber Response

Tom Mullen is currently Head of Cyber Response for Telefonica UK (formerly O2) and has been working in the Telecommunications industry for over 28 years and 14 years of this has been within Security area.

Tom has a background in IT security and was initially recruited by into BT Security to set up the BT e-crime team 14 years ago and this was the first end to end e-crime team in Europe. The team comprised of CERT Analysts, IT Investigators and Computer Forensics specialists.

Tom then moved on to manage the BT Corporate investigations team dealing with various forms of crime such as revenue fraud, corporate fraud, theft and cyber crime.
Tom has presented in the House of Commons to the UK Government select committee on Cyber crime, G8 Cyber crime Workshop on Terrorism, CBI Plenary Panel on Cyber Security, Microsoft Bot-Net Task Force, Europol and also presented and provided advice and guidance on numerous EU and industry initiatives.

Tom has served on the FIRST (Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams) board and steering committee for 4 years and has been actively involved highlighting the increase in the cyber threat and assisting with outreach activities to help combat cybercrime in key areas such as Africa, Eastern Europe and Asia.

As well as working at a strategically level, Tom has kept up hi technical skills maintaining his CISSP and EC Council Certified Ethical Hacker status.

Ray Stanton
Executive Vice President -
BT Advise, BT Global Services

Ray Stanton is Executive Vice President accountable for BT Advise, BT Global Services’ professional services unit. He has total responsibility globally worldwide, ranging, where applicable, from consultancy, through to design, build and run; where applicable.

Ray has worked in communications, information technology and security for more than 27 years. Prior to taking on his present role, he was Executive Global Head of BT’s Business Continuity, Security and Governance Capability Unit (BCS&G) – additional accountabilities made Ray responsible for four Global Chief Security Officers (CSOs) who managed the risk and security posture in BT’s principal businesses.

An experienced and recognised practitioner, particularly in the use and implementation of standards such as ISO27001 and incident management procedures, Ray remains an advisor to the BT Security Board. During his career, Ray has run professional services organisations, worked in both government and commercial organisations and undertaken roles from business and project management to security leadership. 

Before joining BT in 2004, Ray was head of UK security services for Unisys Corporation. Earlier, he had been Head of Information Security for British Aerospace Limited, working primarily on commercial projects such Airbus. Ray also served in the UK Armed Forces for just under nine years.

Taking his time at British Aerospace as an example, Ray managed a team that provided extensive support to the company on all security matters. 

He established the company’s information security group and was responsible for the introduction of production level secure web systems, secure e-mail and company-wide intrusion monitoring and detection systems. Until taking on his present role, Ray was BT’s primary spokesperson on security. During his career, he has inked many articles on the subject and also appeared on BBC Breakfast Business News and BBC World Business Report on fraud controls and behaviour and CNBC Europe and Middle East on business continuity impacts for the financial services industry. Ray has also advised the Governors of the Bank of England on the impact of ‘Security’ to the UK Economy, presented alongside the Secretary General of NATO on Cyber Risk and alongside the First Minister for Wales on Business and Civil Resilience. As a result of these contributions, SC Magazine voted Ray the third most influential person in security in the UK In October 2010. Ray is currently involved in advising a number of industry programmes such as ‘Risk in a Hyperconnected World’ for the World Economic Forum. Ray has also been appointed to the new Advisory Board for the prestigious Information Security Forum and its ‘350’ Forbes 200 corporate & public member organisations, alongside the former Head of Cyber Security for the USA, Director of Cyber for the UK, and other globally leaders. Ray holds a BA in Business Studies and was educated in Bristol, England. He is married and has one 13 year old daughter.

Ray says…
“Organisations are under threat as much from their own people and processes as they are from external fraudsters, hackers and thieves. 
Even simple mistakes can have very damaging business consequences – wiping out valuable data, for example. 
If your processes aren’t right, you could be failing to meet legal or regulatory requirements in ways that could prove very expensive indeed. 
To manage risk effectively, you have to look at your business top to bottom, and from every angle. You need to put the right measures in place and not just pay them lip service. 
Start by setting a strategy that’s aligned to your business’s goals and objectives. From this, you can hang a framework for building sustainable, repeatable projects that flex and grow with your business. 
It’s the only way to manage whatever’s thrown at you, no matter when it’s thrown!”

Ray speaks on…
The global market for business continuity, security and governance 
The threats and challenges faced by organisations worldwide 
Incident management and investigation 
Business continuity and disaster recovery 
Future challenges and opportunities 
Security and the younger generation.

Jackee Ireland

Jackee Ireland is Director of Intel HR Information Risk Management. She leads a team that performs Information Security and regulatory compliance risk assessments (technical and business process) for major HR initiative programs. Her team also assists in IS policy creation and enforcement, and governmental regulation compliance assurance for all Intel HR business groups.

Jackee has 32 years of IT experience. Prior to joining Intel, she held technical, program and management positions at the University of Idaho, Digital Equipment and Sprint. Jackee joined Intel in 1997 as a technical manager and has held several different management and enterprise program positions in Intel’s Information Technology Group including leading a team of product managers that managed the client environment for all Intel employees. Jackee was a key initiator and led the shift from desktops to wireless notebooks at Intel. Jackee won the Intel Achievement Award (Intel’s highest honor) in 1999 for her implementation of a centralized server management strategy. Prior to joining the HR organization Jackee spent 7 years in the IT Information Security and Risk Management team providing information security risk assessments for major IT and Intel initiatives. Jackee retains CISM, CRISC and CEITG certifications.

Alan See

Alan See, with 20 years of experience in info-security solution and services, he is the co-founder and Group CEO of FIRMUS LTD, a regional Info-sec Consulting and Executive Search company; which has offices in Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia. Firmus specializes in Critical Infrastructure Protection, SCADA/ICS Security, Enterprise Security / Risk Management, Compliance, Certification and Info-sec Talent Search.  Firmus has won the Red Herring Asia Award Top 100 in 2010. 

He was the Managing Director and Regional VP of e-Cop Malaysia Greater China (including HK SAR) from 2001-2008, he brought to the organization extensive experience in the IT industry particularly within the area of Information security. In this position at e-Cop, he was responsible for charting all aspects of the company's strategic direction in Malaysia, Hong Kong and Greater China, from product development through to the support, sales and global expansion. Under his leadership, e-Cop has won the best MSSP (Managed Security Services Provider) from Frost and Sullivan for 2005 and 2008.      

Alan See holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the Campbell University, North Carolina, United States of America. Alan has delivered many presentations at seminars and conferences on the topic of IT security, a frequent contributor to several media and has been interviewed on numerous occasions by the press for his expert views and comments. 


Keith Ducatel

Keith Ducatel has over 14 years’ experience in marketing and staff communications for major global brands. He has worked directly with some of the largest names in commerce, including BP, Diageo, Royal Mail Group, Microsoft, Samsung, Toyota, UBS, Barclays and Unilever. Harnessing the latest media developments and trends, he advises clients on integrated marketing, B2B/B2C communication and corporate brand/identity, in addition to the full range of internal communications requirements B2E. Keith also offers niche expertise in meeting the communications needs of specialist brands such as Williams F1, The Crown Estate (Regent Street and The Royal Landscape) and the Duke of Edinburgh Awards.

Information Security -

For the last 7 years, he has focused on the escalating issue of engaging employees about information security. Working with organisations with national and international staff bases of 10,000 to 100,000+, he plans and implements change management communications solutions that encourage employees to respect and protect the information they work with. Keith is an active member of the Corporate Executive Programme (CEP) – the worldwide organisation that promotes collaboration and shared knowledge in the field of corporate risk. He is also an active member of the International Cyber Security Protection Alliance (ICSPA), which channels funding, expertise and assistance to domestic and international Government and law enforcement cybercrime units.


Association, Conference & Event Management Team

 Conference & Publication Services LLC, was formed in 1979 to meet the conference planning, execution and publication needs of business, government, academia and non-profits. Since 1979, CAPS has worked with a variety of clientele both domestically and internationally, creating and managing unique meetings, workshops, conferences and corporate events.


 We are an innovative team of conference and event consultants committed to our clients' success. Each of our consultants stands by the work ethic that our team is your team.


 CAPS is a true single resource for conference and event management. Our team of expert consultants provide personalized end-to-end conference and event management solutions. We focus on client objectives and then strive to go above and beyond expectations.


CAPS has been set apart from the pack with our technical ability that includes online registration, online speaker and presentation management, and our virtual headquarters setup.


Past & Current clientelle include:


  •  U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Computer Emergency Response Team Coordination Center (CERT/CC)
  • The Executive Women's Forum (Alta Associate's EWF)
  • Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams, Inc. (FIRST.Org)
  • Governor's Office, State of Illinois
  • Northwestern University, Department of Information Technology Network Services
  • Risk Assessment Corporation (RAC)
  • XBRL International, Inc.
  • XBRL US, Inc.



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