Kevin Fielder

Kevin is an innovative and dynamic security professional, with a passion for driving change by successfully engaging with all levels of the business. He is passionate about the benefits of cognitive diversity as a key ingredient of successful organisations.

He believes that security should be made a key differentiator to drive sales and customer retention, not just a cost centre.

Kevin has been a board advisor to multiple start-ups and industry groups, such as The Cybermaniacs, LT Harper, ClubCISO, and an advisory council member to ISC2 UK. He has previously been the CISO for FNZ Group and JustEat. He’s currently the CISO at NatWest Boxed, a joint venture between NatWest and Vodeno, building the UK’s premier provider of banking-as-a-service, and Mettle, a small business bank account by NatWest.

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What’s New In The Cato CTRL SASE Threat Report?
Cato’s Cyber Threat Research Lab (Cato CTRL) recently unveiled its first SASE threat report, issuing a comprehensive and exhausting insight into issues and insights with enterprise and network threats.  Based on Cato’s ability to analyse networks extensively and granularly, the report pinpoints threats by combining strategic, tactical, and operational standpoints via the MITRE ATT&CK framework....
Platform-Wide AI and Enterprise Security: The Recall Issue
Whenever an AI product due for rollout is delayed suddenly, many questions begin circulating in the media. The official reasoning why will open the floodgates of many people online spouting their ideas of what the problem has been. Microsoft has recently revealed the delay of their controversial artificial intelligence (AI) powered Recall feature for Copilot+PCs....
Enterprise Security
Incognito Mode Won’t Protect Your Enterprise Security
Many enterprises have set a precedent that online browsing within IT departments or other company-based computers should be performed under incognito windows, such as those offered by Google Chrome browsers and other providers. While online search and work activity may feel secure with your identity and preferences set to a private mode, according to research...