Why Does Cyber Tech so Often Fail? Addressing the Cyber “Market for Lemons”


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According to research published in October 2020, 90% of buyers say that the cybersecurity market is failing because the technology isn’t as effective as it needs to be. Over a year on, this panel will discuss what has and has not changed since then, and will introduce the construct of a buyer's charter, a vital next step to address the market failings.

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Joe Hubback

Moderator

MD Global Academy and EMEA Region, Istari Global

Grace Cassy

Panelist

Co-Founder, CyLon

Ciaran Martin

Panelist

Professor of Government, University of Oxford (Founding head of UK National Cyber Security Centre, 2014-20), Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford

Greg Rattray

Panelist

Co-Founder/Partner, Next Peak

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