A week or so ago, before I hopped on a plane to Spain, I went along to the FT Cyber Security Summit in London.
It was an interesting day, filled with a lot of different perspectives, including – unusually for a security conference – someone who went against the grain and spoke about the problematic nature of blanket spying techniques used by government agencies in the UK and US.
Jaya Baloo, I salute you. Especially for giving that speech just before the Director General for Government and Industry Cyber Security at GCHQ took the the stage.
The Cyber Security Summits are held twice a year – once in the UK and once in the USA. For an in-depth review and to find out more, take a look at my recap on Forensic Focus.