Tuesday 18th June

18:30 – 21:30 CEST

“Without strong foundational security capabilities and controls within their cybersecurity programs, organizations will be exposed to risks brought on by their technology investments.”

– Mckinsey, 2024

The digital age demands a reimagined approach to cybersecurity. An approach 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 security infrastructure that is not just reactive but predictive and adaptive.


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


– Is it possible to measure risk, and will you be able to strike a balance between resilience and agility?

– 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?


Senior decision makers and other top-executives with a focus on technology, transformation and information security, working within some of the largest organisations in Denmark. This discussion will be valuable to you if you’re looking to better understand how to leverage technology to drive growth and resilience in 2024 and beyond.


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, Splunk.



A special thank you to Splunk for their continued support of the Change Makers Club. Splunk was founded in 2003 to solve problems in complex digital infrastructures. From the beginning, we’ve helped organisations explore the vast depths of their data like spelunkers in a cave (hence, “Splunk”). Splunk has evolved a lot in the last 20 years as digital has taken centre stage and the types and number of disruptions have simultaneously escalated. With over 1,100 patents and a culture of innovation, we’ve stayed one step ahead of our customers’ needs. Today, many of the world’s largest and most complex organisations, such as Tesco, Specsavers, Gatwick Airport, McLaren, Vodafone and Bank of England, rely on Splunk to keep their mission-critical systems secure and reliable.


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.


Antonio Forzieri

EMEA Cyber Security Specialization & Advisory, Splunk


Antonio, at Splunk, is responsible for the EMEA Cyber Security offerings. Previously, he led Symantec’s Global Cyber Security Practice, aiding clients in diverse initiatives like Cyber Defense Centers and Cyber Simulation Programs. His expertise spans Compliance, Endpoint Security, Data loss prevention, Ethical Hacking and more. Antonio holds a degree in Telecommunication Engineering from Politecnico di Milano and lectures on “Internet: Mobility and Security” there. He’s also a Director at f3rm1 foundation, focusing on advancing cyber security awareness and public services.

Ulf Nissen

Country Manager Denmark, Splunk


Ulf currently serves as the Country Manager / Regional Sales Director for Denmark, where he expertly leads and orchestrates high-performing teams aimed at Enterprise, Public, and Commercial customers. With a robust career spanning over 20 years, Ulf has consistently demonstrated impressive performance and consecutive growth in the IT business arena. His broad experience covers collaboration with global enterprises, channel organizations, commercial businesses, and the public sector across various technological domains.




You will find Lille Norrlyst in the center of Copenhagen in a bright and lovely room on Badstuestræde, just 150 meters from their Michelin-recommended sister restaurant Norrlyst.


The menu offers a variety of locally sourced, seasonal dishes, with a big emphasis on providing a sustainable dining experience.

The Team

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James Harris


William Russel

Club Director

George Whittington

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.


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George Whittington

Club Director, Change Makers Club


Tel: +44 (0) 7582256272


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