The Security Round Table brings top level information security experts together for structured, informal discussions over various topics. The meetings are based on establishing a level of trust and confidentiality under the Chatham House Rules. The participants gather a picture of current practice and developments through presentations, conversations and discussion. The format of the conversations are open and collegial, where opinions, positions and arguments related to current thees are exchanged. The participants can bring what they have learned back to their organisations in order to improve and strengthen their own work on their organisation’s information security.
The Security Top Meeting is a closed group where participation is based on invitation only. If you would like to participate, please contact us. By building trust between the participants, we achieve an open dialogue around challenges, concerns and approaches. The Security Top Meeting is therefore a rather small group of leaders an experts. People with relevant commercial interests for the group are sometimes invited to special meetings by the members of the group. The participants are free to use information from the meetings as a basis for decisions in their own organisations. The conversations, however, are confidential.