After a very successful event last week in Washington, D.C., our extended team of experts in information security, privacy, consumer behavior, and digital strategy is locking down the final details for Privacy & Security Europe 2018 Forum, which takes place in London on October 9–10!

We’re coming together next week to go beyond the fears that so often hold us back in our respective disciplines. Each of us — whether we hail from security, privacy, or digital strategy and marketing — has a piece of the puzzle, and we must work together to solve the truly difficult problems. From deploying personal digital twins (of consumers rather than of jet engines) to harnessing algorithms to customer objectives to turning data breach notification obligations into opportunities to delivering on your security and privacy promises as the UK leaves the EU (and thanks to the ever-changing status of Brexit negotiations, Paul McKay will likely be updating his presentation right until his session start time), we’re putting it all on the table at this event.

And I’m thrilled that we’ve added even more fantastic leaders to the agenda since the team’s last blog post about the Forum. Here’s who else is joining our lineup: Arnaud Brenac, global head of CIB and wholesale for cybersecurity & IT risk, BNP Paribas; Kelly McKillen, information security manager, AIB; Guy Podjarny, CEO, Snyk; and Andrew Rose, chief security officer, Vocalink.

I look forward to meeting many of you there! And don’t worry: If you’d like to join us but haven’t registered yet, we’ll be delighted to make room for you — register here!