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Dr. Imad Hoballah
Chairman and CEO ICTTT & Chairman MLiSS Advisory Board, Former Chairman and CEO, TRA, Lebanon

Chairman and CEO, ICTTT.Chairman MLiSS Advisory Board Former Chairman and CEO, Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA), Lebanon.

Nicola Whiting
Titania, COO

Nicola is COO of Titania Group, a multi-award winning, industry leading, UK technology SME. She joined in 2011 and has helped drive Titania from a three person start-up to a multi-million fast growth business. Titania’s Pro configuration auditing software serves a wide range of industries in over 70 countries, defending both the UK, and western allies, cyber borders. (In her downtime she loves Kayaking).”

Malcolm Warr, OBE
SKEO Associates, Chairman

Malcolm has over 40 years’ experience in the security sector; and in all parts of business including Government, corporate management, directorship of small to medium sized enterprises and as sector lead for a major Consultancy; from commercial management to operations and from strategy to general management and C Board membership. Malcolm is Chair of SKEO Associates based in Scotland which provides advice at senior level to Governments and small and large businesses globally on Cyber issues He is also a member of the UK Federation of Small Business Home Affairs committee which is responsible for FSB policy development in the UK Security including Maritime security sector. In his pare time, he also mentors a number of small businesses in Uk and AbroadMalcolm is a well known international Conference chair; universally praised for his ability to draw out discussion amongst the delegates and foster lively debate. His portfolio covers a wide range of topics from Defence Contracting and Blue Eyes thinking through Oil and Gas support to Security.Latterly, he has written about the challenges faced by the maritime community in building robust Maritime Infrastructures and related Cyber security issues especially relating to Supply Chains and ‘Individual versus Technology’. He has a passion about improving the Reslience of individuals when faced with terrorist attack, serious fires and simliar time dependent crises.Malcolm speaks Russian and Arabic as well as his native English. He travels extensively, believing that you are never too old to learn but a lot can be learned from face to face contact and listening.He has a probing interest in people and brings level headedness, energy, dynamism, commitment, and openness to all activities.

Prof Walter Ladwig
Kings College, London, Prof of International relations, Department of War Studies.

I am a Lecturer and part of the core faculty for the new BA in International Relations. I am also a visiting fellow in Asian Security at the Royal United Services Institution. I joined the department in 2013 from Oxford where I was a lecturer in the MPhil program in IR. Previously I held predoctoral fellowships at the Miller Center for Public Affairs at the University of Virginia, the Smith Richardson Foundation, and the RAND Corporation in Washington, D.C. I have a B.A. from the University of Southern California, an M.P.A. from Princeton University, and a PhD from the University of Oxford. I am currently not taking on any new PhD students.

Steve Durbin
ISF, Information Securty Forum, Managing Director

Sanjeev Gupta
Strategic Discourse, CEO
Frank Scalzo
Verisign, Security Strategy Director