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Agenda

8.00 – 9.00 AM Registration and Breakfast
9.00 – 9.15 AM Welcome and Opening Remarks
Amer Deeba, Chief Commercial Officer, Qualys
9.15 – 10.00 AM 2017: The Year of Vendor Consolidation, and the Role Qualys Will Play
Philippe Courtot, Chairman and CEO, Qualys

Qualys Cloud Platform – 2016 Update and Roadmap

10.00 – 11.00 AM Qualys Cloud Platform – 2016 Update and Roadmap
Sumedh Thakar, Chief Product Officer, Qualys
11.00 – 11.30 AM Refreshments and Networking
11.30 – 12.30 PM Showcase of New Innovations
Sumedh Thakar, Chief Product Officer, Qualys
Tim White, Director of Product Management, Qualys

12.30 – 2.00 PM Lunch
2.00 – 2.30 PM Customer Case Study: Gatwick Airport
Eddie Dynes, Information Security & Compliance Manager, Gatwick Airport

Qualys Cloud Suite – 2016 Update and Roadmap

2.30 – 3.00 PM Vulnerability Management (VM), AssetView (AV), ThreatPROTECT (TP) and Continuous Monitoring (CM)
Tim White, Director of Product Management, Qualys
Jimmy Graham, Director of Product Management, AssetView and ThreatPROTECT, Qualys
3.00 – 3.30 PM Web Application Scanning (WAS) and Web Application Firewall (WAF)
Jason Kent, Vice President of Product Management, Web Application Scanning, Qualys
3.30 – 4.00 PM Refreshments and Networking
4.00 – 4.45 PM Policy Compliance (POL) and Security Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ)
Hariom Singh, Director of Product Management, Qualys

4.45 – 5.15 PM Customer Case Study: Grant Thornton
Martin C Hoskins, Associate Director, Grant Thornton UK
5.15 – 5.30 PM Closing remarks
5.30 – 8.30 PM Drinks, Canapes and Entertainment

Using Qualys to Take Control of Your Enterprise Cybersecurity Landscape

Eddie Dynes
Information Security & Compliance Manager, Gatwick Airport

Managing an enterprise environment of hundreds of servers and thousands of desktop PCs and laptops can be a real challenge. Vulnerabilities, new and old, accumulate at an alarming rate and, if left unchecked, make it really easy for cyber criminals to successfully attack your organisation.


Using real life examples, learn how to use Qualys Express (Vulnerability Management, Cloud Agent, Asset View and Web Application Scanning) to take back control and reduce the potential for breach.

Eddie Dynes

Eddie Dynes
Director, Cloud Services, API and Integration, Qualys

Eddie Dynes is Information Security and Compliance Manager at Gatwick Airport, one of the top 20 airports worldwide which handles more than 42 million passengers every year. In this role, he is responsible for Cyber security strategy and Operations at the organisation. Before joining Gatwick, he held a number of roles in IT & Cyber security management across a variety of businesses including the financial services and defence sectors. Eddie currently holds a wealth of IT security accreditations including CISM and CISSP, as well as being a member of ISC2, ISACA, & ISSA.

General Data Protection Regulation

Martin C Hoskins
Associate Director, Grant Thornton, UK

What should firms be doing?

Martin C Hoskins

Martin C Hoskins
Associate Director, Grant Thornton, UK

Martin Hoskins is an Associate Director at Grant Thornton, leading the firm’s privacy practice. He has over 27 years’ privacy experience, and offers a strategic and practical approach to data protection issues encountered by organisations in the financial services, on-line, telecommunications, utilities and not-for profit fields.


Having held senior operational privacy roles with some of Britain’s largest and well-known companies, in 2012 he was appointed to the Data Protection Advisory Panel, advising the (now) Department of Culture, Media & Sport on its approach to the EU’s Data Protection Regulation. He has given oral and written evidence before various Parliamentary Select Committees, and served as Specialist Advisor to the Joint Parliamentary Committee on the Draft Communications Data Bill, and more recently to the Joint Parliamentary Committee on the Investigatory Powers Bill.


As a frequent conference speaker, his themes include the importance of establishing good information governance structures, the role of the state in retaining and accessing the private communications of its citizens, how privacy impact assessments can be used as a useful tool to safeguard the reputation of the data controller, and the implications of the General Data Protection Regulation.