Cybersecurity: The C-Suite’s Responsibility

Food for Thought
Cybersecurity: The C-Suite’s responsibility

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Join HotTopics and BT for this exclusive Food for Thought advisory board lunch, where leading C-suite executives congregate to discuss the nuances of making cybersecurity a C-suite priority.

From building security culture and accountability through to fixing the cybersecurity skills gap and embedding security in business operations and innovation, this Food for Thought advisory board brings business, IT and security executives together to learn, problem-solve and work together to secure today – and tomorrow's – business landscape.


This Food for Thought advisory board is part of the Secure Tomorrow campaign, a peer-to-peer community from HotTopics and BT.


Cybersecurity: The C-Suite’s Responsibility

📍 Location: Churchill War Rooms
🗓 Date: 26th September 2024
🕛 Time:12.00 - 3.00 PM BST
👥 The Hosts: Peter Stojanovic, Editor | Doug Drinkwater, Director of Strategy



  • 12.00 - 2.00 PM Food for Thought
  • 2.00 - 3.00 PM Optional VIP Tour

Food for Thought lunches are exclusive gatherings, tailored for a select group of leaders, providing a unique space to discuss topics vital to the C-suite.

The insights shared during this event will be turned into a HotTopics Whitepaper to share these valuable perspectives with a global audience of 18,000 C-suite executives, equipping them with your essential industry insights. The lunch is recorded under Chatham House rules to ensure good quality, candid conversation.


Secure your seat at the table

Secure your seat and join peers in enjoying expert debate in a superb atmosphere and lunch experience. Places are limited.



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