World War Cyber

What can you learn today about the disruptive technologies that will secure your future?

Private Discussion

8th June, 5-8 pm BST

58-71 High Holborn-Floor 5-Carnaby Street

Once a new technology rolls over you, if you’re not part of the steamroller, you’re part of the road.

Stewart Brand

Even if AI, Cyber Cold War, and the Social Engineering aren’t impacting you today, they will soon. 

Whilst you may not be actively investing in innovative technologies today, you need to understand how they will leave your organisation open to new threats tomorrow [McKinsey, 2023]. And how personal resilience will help mitigate these threats.

Those unaware will be outwitted by newly equipped threat actors while disruptive leaders are getting ready to act. But being disruptive isn’t one action: It’s a mindset.

So, how will new technologies impact the integrity and security of your business? And what could you learn about cybersecurity and resilience from the world of the Military?


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the speakers

Jason ‘Foxy’ Fox – Former Royal Marine Commando and Special Forces Operator

Jason Fox is a former Royal Marine Commando and Special Forces Sergeant with 20 years of experience, including serving with the Special Boat Service. He’s planned and led a variety of operations, from hostage rescue to counterterrorism. Jason is also a trained combat swimmer, demolitions expert, and jungle survival expert.

Today, Jason is a sought-after speaker known for sharing his unique insights into leadership, teamwork, and resilience. Drawing on his experiences in some of the world’s most challenging environments, he inspires audiences to push beyond their limits and achieve their goals. Whether speaking to corporate executives, sports teams, or other groups, Jason’s engaging style and powerful message leave a lasting impression.

Philip Larbey – Managing Principal – EMEA at Verizon Enterprise Solutions                                           

Philip Larbey has a 40-year professional career spanning experience in Cyber Resilience and security frameworks for the management and mitigation of incidents. He has had major involvement with governments, authorities and regulators in the UK and overseas on the development of the approach toward building resilience and the subsequent strategies adopted in regulated sectors. Philip has extensive real-world experience in investigating cyber incidents and the fundamental learnings from some of the cyber attacks his team has investigated.


Pathfinder, a community of business leaders, is supported by our club partner Verizon. The aim: to learn from one another by enabling cross-industry conversations, to discuss what might be around the corner and how we must adapt. With the event series running for nearly 2 years, members are encouraged to look beyond the horizon towards radical solutions that make a sustainable difference. Through collaboration and peer insights our community support each other on the journey of personal growth and leadership.

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