Tim Nedyalkov brings over 17 years of multi-industry experience in IT and Cybersecurity across Europe, the USA, Australia, and the Middle East. He is a Cyber Security Manager at SNC-Lavalin’s Infrastructure business sector in the Middle East. He works with clients in transportation to ensure their environments are resilient against cyber threats.
Tim holds a master’s degree in Information Technology Management from the University of Sydney and a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science/Applied Informatics. He is a Doctorate candidate in Information Assurance & Cybersecurity. His professional certifications include C|CISO, CISSP, CCSP, CEH, CISA, CISM, CRISC, CGEIT, CDPSE, ISO 27001 LA, CompTIA Security+, ITIL, and Agile PM.
Tim is a public speaker and regularly invited to speak at industry-leading conferences, panels, and workshops on Cybersecurity. The events that he has spoken in 2020 include:
• Data Protection & Network Security: A Risk-Adaptive Approach, KSA Virtual Roundtable 2020
• Dealing with Top Level Threats and Unforeseeable Events Panel, CS4CA Europe Summit 2020
• Cyber Security as a Trusted Business Partner, The International Cybersecurity & Digital Services Protection Conference 2020
• Identifying, Attracting, Developing & Retaining Cyber Security Talent, CS4CA Summit 2020
• Navigating a Region not yet Unified by a Cyber Policy – MENA Panel, CS4CA Summit 2020
• Cyber Security in the Transportation Industry, The Railway Forum 2020
• Railway Safety & Security panel, The Railway Forum 2020
In 2019 Tim was nominated for the Cyber Security Professional of the Year Award by the Australian Information Security Association for outstanding leadership, integrity, mentoring, and coaching in the industry.
MON 16 Nov 2020
11:30 AM, GST
Business First Cyber Security
The Business First Cyber Security strategy incorporates the insights and lessons learned from working with large international organizations. It helps develop deep, meaningful, and trusted relationships with different parts of the business and changes the perception of cyber security.