In this Briefing Baroness Neville-Jones will examine the threat picture, corporate and other responses to it, and what more could or should be done.
16.30 hrs Registration and refreshments
17.00 hrs Briefing and discussion
18.00 hrs Reception
19.00 hrs Close
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Rt Hon Baroness Neville-Jones DCMG
Baroness Neville-Jones is a Conservative peer in the UK House of Lords. She chairs a panel advising the Bank of England on cyber security, is a member of the Lords Science and Technology Committee and of the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. She is a member of Lancaster University Council.
She was Mr Cameron’s National Security Adviser in Opposition (advising him to set up a British National Security Council), becoming Minister for Security and Counter Terrorism in the Home Office and a member of the NSC in the Coalition government from 2010-2011. She was then the Prime Minister’s Special Representative to business for cyber security until 2014.
Between 1996 to 2006 she was Managing Director in NatWest Markets, Chairman of QinetiQ Group plc (defence technology), the International Governor of the BBC and was a member of the Councils of City and Oxford Universities.
She was a member of the UK Diplomatic Service from 1963 to 1996, serving in the European Commission, Washington and Bonn among other places. She was also Head of the Defence and Overseas Secretariat, Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet and Chairman of the Joint Intelligence Committee and, and Political Director, led the UK delegation to the Dayton negotiations on Bosnia.