ISACA London Chapter’s Annual Conference 2021 coincides with a major landmark for the Chapter - its 40th Anniversary. The Conference is open to over 4,000 of its members in the London area as well as ISACA chapter members from more than 200 chapters around the globe. The ISACA Chapter 2020 Conference hosted over 400 attendees from over 40 countries. ISACA London Conference 2021 will bring together experts and practitioners in the areas of audit, security, cybersecurity, compliance, risk, privacy, control and IT, from a wide range of industries, including finance, banking, tech services, government, insurance, medical and more.
This year the conference will include a keynote speech by a leading authority in cyber and national security, as well as industry experts and thought leaders sharing their practical experiences. The event will focus on risk-based adoption, audit and governance of disruptive technologies (covering but not limited to cloud / AI / IoT / AR / VR / robotics), and provide innovative approaches to deal with cyber security, audit and risk.
There will also be a distinguished panel on SheLeadsTech (part of One In Tech), which is an ISACA global initiative to increase the participation and impact of women in technology leadership and workforce roles.
Former Director of GCHQ and Chairman of BlueVoyant
ISACA London Chapter
European Commission (DG CNECT)
University of Greenwich
University of Greenwich
Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency
BITTER Solutions Ltd
Past Chair of the Board at ISACA
National Police Chiefs’ Council
Detective Chief Superintendent Andrew Gould is the National Cybercrime Programme Lead for National Police Chiefs’ Council responsible for developing the police response to cybercrime at the national, regional and local level. This includes overseeing the operational activity of Regional and Force Cybercrime Units and supporting the response to major national cyber incidents working with the National Crime Agency and National Cyber Security Centre. Andrew is also responsible for the development of an effective police capability on the Dark Web and in cryptocurrencies. He is also a Global Cybercrime Expert for Interpol. Prior to this he ran the Met Police’s Cybercrime Unit having previously led counter terrorism investigations in the UK and abroad.