Wild Honey, London

Tuesday 30th April

18:30 – 21:30 BST

“The evolving landscape of technology presents both opportunities and threats, creating a complex tapestry of cybersecurity issues” 

 Forbes, 2023

The digital age demands a reimagined approach to the Security Operations Centre (SOC). One that is agile, intelligent, and capable of responding to an ever-changing threat landscape. The combination of advanced analytics, AI, and greater boardroom visibility promises a SOC that is not just reactive but predictive and adaptive.


What is becoming rapidly apparent, however, is that the truly modern SOC currently remains out of reach for too many. To future-proof their SOC, security leaders have to navigate a number of challenging questions:


  • What role should the SOC play in measuring and quantifying cybersecurity risk, and how does this contribute to agile security operations?
  • Will you be able to navigate the vast amounts of siloed data to get a single view of all exposures, both in cloud and on-premises?
  • Can you validate and prioritise vulnerabilities against risk in a continuously scaling digital environment?


It is estimated that by 2025, annual cybercrime costs will reach $10.5 trillion [McKinsey, 2023].  So, what strategies and technological innovations should cybersecurity leaders embrace to prepare their organisation for the challenges of today, and tomorrow?



Private Dining Room, Wild Honey

8 Pall Mall, St. James’s, London SW1Y 5NG

Wild Honey St James, located at 8 Pall Mall in London, offers a unique dining experience combining classic French techniques with Britain’s finest seasonal produce. The restaurant, led by chef Anthony Demetre and head chef Simon Woodrow, is known for its modern European cuisine. Since its launch in spring 2019, it has earned a reputation for excellence, as evidenced by the Michelin Star awarded to it in the 2024 Michelin Guide for Great Britain and Ireland.

The interior, designed by Jim Hamilton, provides an impressive backdrop for the exquisite dishes served. Wild Honey St James is open for lunch and dinner, offering a range of dining options including a café menu, an early supper menu, and a 16-seat private dining area. The restaurant is praised for its impeccable service, beautifully designed space, and perfection in food quality.


Senior decision makers and other top-executives with a focus on Information/Cyber Security, Information Technology and Infrastructure working within multiple industries. This discussion will be valuable to you if you’re looking to upgrade your cyber security function.

Attendance is capped to ensure every participant is able to contribute. The meeting is only open to invited participants or those who have been referred by a colleague or our partner, Adarma.


A special thank you to Adarma and Splunk for their continued support of the Change Makers Club. Adarma, leaders in detection and response services, specialise in designing, building and managing cybersecurity operations that deliver a measurable reduction in business risk. They are on a mission to make cyber resilience a reality for organisations around the world. Splunk helps make organisations more digitally resilient. Leading organisations use their unified security and observability platform to keep their digital systems secure and reliable. Resilience is a team effort. Together, we’ve got this.


All of our roundtables are focused, collaborative and informative. Thanks to a chaired and moderated discussion you will: gain insights and ideas from thought leaders in different industries, benchmark your own plans within a collaborative and confidential environment and network with an exclusive group of senior executives in similar size organisations to you.

The Team

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James Harris


Alex Fernandez-Buckley

Club Director

Hope Onderdonck

Club Director

Elle Brasier

Head of Operations



We’re committed to supporting our society and environment. When you attend a Change Makers Club event, we pledge to neutralise your carbon footprint. To offset your travel or energy usage we will plant a tree via One Tree Planted. Once mature, the average tree has a net absorption of 30 kg of CO2 per year, which equates to 227 miles of travel by car or 96 hours of office usage. You can see our maths here.


Learn more here: https://onetreeplanted.org/

If you have a question about attendance, please contact me:


Alex Fernandez-Buckley

Club Director, Change Makers Club


Tel: +44 (0) 7875713572

Email: alex.fernandezbuckley@changemakersclub.com

Address: 18-20 Huntsworth Mews, Marylebone NW1 6DD