Originally broadcast on: Thursday 13th May 2021, 10:00 (BST)

Measuring your organisation’s cyber resilience

In this episode of teissTalk we discussed:

  • What are the benefits and challenges of measuring your changing cyber resilience over time?
  • How do you identify and priorities areas for improvement, before your resilience is broken?
  • Overcoming communication challenges around the need to measure and respond to your cyber resilience weaknesses

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Geoff White

Investigative journalist Geoff White has covered technology for BBC News, Channel 4 News, Audible, Forbes online and many others.

An experienced public speaker, he has given keynote talks at some of the UK’s largest tech events, in addition to hosting conferences and chairing panels at venues ranging from London’s Chatham House think-tank to the Latitude music festival.


Sandra Bell

Founder & CEO
The Business Resilience Company

An inspirational leader with over 30 years’ experience of helping organisations develop the skill, will and grit to succeed regardless of what happens. As an internationally recognised expert on crisis leadership and organisational resilience Sandra blends her real-world experience of managing crisis, emergency and disaster recovery activities with business acumen to help organisations build resilience through the effective understanding and management of risk. The ability of a business to succeed regardless of the circumstances relies on a complex interplay of factors – many of which are embedded within the culture of the organisation.​ Sandra’s work includes: helping leadership teams evolve the skills and behaviours needed to ensure that their organisations can emerge from a crisis stronger than when they went in to working with operational teams to develop operational resilience, risk awareness and operational agility.​

Martyn Booth

Chief Information Security Officer
Euromoney Institutional Investor

Martyn is an experienced information security leader, working at board level to define information security strategy and then manage teams to implement that strategy. Martyn works with clients in a flexible and proactive way to meet stringent security requirements and adaptive needs, enabling businesses to work in a flexible way by reactively designing security processes and technical controls that support the business rather than inhibit it.

Specialties: Risk, Compliance, Governance, Awareness, Security Architecture, application archietcture, CLAS, .NET, Java, Online Piracy, Digital Economy Act, Firewalls, Security, Networks, Windows, ISO 27001, PCI DSS, policy

Ben Lindgreen

Head of Cyber Resilience

Ben is a skilled and knowledgeable cybersecurity professional with over twenty years technical and managerial information security experience gained in both big 4 consultancy and in-house roles. He has excellent communication skills and a pragmatic, business focused approach.

As a qualified and experienced security professional, he maintains an extensive network of relationships with peers across several sectors as well as academia, law enforcement and Government agencies.

He is a regular speaker and thought leader on cyber security matters.

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