Originally broadcast on: Thursday 11th February 2021, 10:00 (GMT)

How can InfoSec leaders improve diversity and inclusion for their organisations?

In this episode of teissTalk we discussed:

  • How to maintain inclusivity with a significant proportion of employees working remotely, flexibly or part-time?
  • Building, maintaining and enhancing teams and groups in a remote-working environment
  • Identifying discrimination within InfoSec as a potential cause of talent loss

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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.


Naina Bhattacharya

Chief Information Security Officer

Naina is the Chief Information Security Officer at Danone where she is responsible for delivering the cybersecurity vision and roadmap for the company working alongside her colleagues from IT, Operations (including factories), R&I, Finance, Strategy and HR, among others. She believes that being a business partner and making cybersecurity relevant for the business is one of the most important facets of her job.

She is a strong advocate for diversity and inclusion, co-leading on the topic for the 1000+ information technology team at Danone. She has previously co-founded a Women in Cyber initiative at a global Big 4 firm and headed up cybersecurity diversity and inclusion for EMEA at another. Most recently she has won a Financial Times and 30% club essay competition for a fully funded place at Henley Business School’s MBA programme.

Holly Foxcroft

NeuroDiversity Consultant

Holly was voted one of the 50 most influential woman in cyber in 2019, and one of the top 25 for 2020.


Holly works closely with business, governing bodies, education and charities to help guide, consult and promote best practice around neurodiversity, champion the strengths of a neurodiverse mindset and how to develop skill sets.  She has also become a member of the stakeholder intelligence group for the police to assist and guide on cyber-crime.


She currently researches the social science of cyber security and teaches a blend of technical and technical cyber security subjects at Chichester College.

Eliza-May Austin


Eliza is the CEO of th4ts3cur1ty.company, an intelligence lead adversary emulation purple teaming specialist organisation.

Eliza founded the Ladies of London Hacking Society (LLHS) a social enterprise committed to teaching and sharing technical knowledge among women in the infosec community.

She is passionate about improving the security of CNI, and works to make infosec more accessible by actively addressing class based discrimination, nurodiversity challenges and gender bias.

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