Armour Expo 2019
Following the success of our inaugural event in 2017, we're delighted to announce that Armour Expo will be returning in 2019.
Armour Expo 2017 Speakers
Armour Expo 2017 was packed with innovative, insightful and thought-provoking content from speakers and guests joining us from Canada, Bermuda, UK, USA, Jamaica, Hungary and Cayman.
While we touched on Blockchain & Cryptocurrencies, Privacy & Dark Secrets, Internet of Things (IoT), Cyber Threats and more, the survey results highlighted the ‘best’ presentations as; Arthur Keleti’s clip featuring Edward Snowden, Ken Bodnar’s Formula 1 Innovation talk, Dawn-Marie’s presentation on mounting pressure around GDPR, and Duncan C. Card’s cyber security from a legal perspective.
Principal Consultant at Blockchain Associates
Changing the F1 World One Byte at a Time
Managing Partner at eDelta Consulting Inc.
New Kid on the Blockchain: Technology, Applications & Risks
J. Peter Bruzzese
Afternoon Keynote Address: For the Sake of a Horseshoe, The Kingdom is Lost
Duncan C. Card
Managing Principal at Bennett Jones
Mind the Gap: Corporate Governance & Cyber Security
Executive Director at Optiv Inc.
GDPR: An Exercise in Data Accountability
Morning Keynote Address: The Imperfect Secret
Deputy Ombudsman at ICO
Two Sides of the Same Coin: Data Protection and Cyber Security
Senior Director at Optiv Inc.
Managing the Risk of Sensitive Unstructured Data
Dr. Richard W. Rahn
Senior Fellow at Cato Institute
Closing Address: The Future of Money
Instructor at eDelta Consulting Inc.
Top 20 Cyber Security Threats and Trends of 2017-18
Partner at Maples and Calder
Internet Coin Offerings: Cryptocurrencies, Payment Technology, Blockchain and FinTech Innovation
Be a speaker at Armour Expo 2019!
Armour Expo invites speakers to submit proposals for topics that may be incorporated in our 2019 agenda. We encourage you to use this “General Call for Speakers” to provide suggestions for conference sessions when a specific conference Call for Speaker is not available.
For submissions to be considered, they should include:
– Presentations that support Blockchain, IoT, Corporate Governance, Ransomware, Malware, Spoof Phishing/Phishing, Botnet, GDPR, Data Protection, Cryptocurrencies, FinTech, Cloud, and other industry topics
– Real-world scenarios, examples of tools and working papers.
– Clearly identified and measurable learning objectives.
– Value added content (e.g., white papers, relevant articles, tools guides and sample audit programs).