Microsoft's chief security advisor joins Cybersecurity Festival 2024

Sarah Armstrong-Smith will talk AI in security

Tom Allen
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Microsoft's chief security advisor joins Cybersecurity Festival 2024

Mark your calendars for the 2nd May at One Moorgate Place, London.

In a world marked by rapid digital transformation, our response to cyber threats must evolve in tandem.

No-one knows this better than the newest speaker to join this year's Cybersecurity Festival: Sarah Armstrong-Smith, chief security advisor at Microsoft, who will lead a session on the threats of artificial intelligence.

With over 20 years of experience in disaster recovery, cybersecurity, and information protection, Sarah has been at the forefront of navigating major incidents and driving positive change in the industry. Her passion for pushing boundaries and challenging the status quo has led her to excel in areas like crisis management and resilience.

Specialising in disaster recovery, crisis management and female representation in STEM, Sarah brings a unique perspective to cybersecurity discussions, focusing on the human aspects and the importance of resilience in the face of adversity. Her deep understanding of the cyber attacker mindset makes her a compelling speaker, offering valuable insights into the evolving cybersecurity landscape.

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At Microsoft, Sarah works closely with strategic customers and partners across Europe, helping them evolve their digital strategy to mitigate risks and drive positive transformation. Focusing on digital transformation and cloud adoption, she offers valuable advice on cybersecurity strategies, ensuring stronger defences against attackers.

The Cybersecurity Festival 2024 is a rare opportunity to gain valuable insights from Sarah as she shares her expertise and experiences with modern cyber threats. Her session promises to inspire and educate attendees about the future of cybersecurity in the digital age.

This isn't just another conference; it's an unparalleled opportunity to connect with industry leaders and practitioners across sectors. Engage in interactive keynotes, panels and networking sessions designed to foster collaboration and knowledge-sharing.

Register for the Cybersecurity Festival now, and take your organisation's security posture to the next level.

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