Sarah Armstrong Smith
Sarah Armstrong Smith
Chief Security Advisor

Operating at the forefront of the cybersecurity industry and having led a long and impactful career, Sarah Armstrong-Smith is the Chief Security Advisor at Microsoft. She's at the forefront of leading businesses through digital attacks and teaching organisations how to protect their data. Specialising in disaster recovery, crisis management and female representation in STEM, Sarah is a powerful addition to technology and inclusion conferences alike. She works in digital transformation and cloud adoption, two topics popular at corporate events and conferences, and offers valuable advice on cybersecurity strategies, ensuring stronger defences against attackers.

Such high-profile roles earned Sarah a place in the Most Influential Women in UK Tech and Most Influential Women in Cybersecurity. As a speaker, Sarah is passionate about empowering women in STEM industries. As the world of work embraces remote working, hire an expert like Sarah to educate your staff and protect against scams. She can supply market-leading guidance on common security threats, and prepare businesses for any future attacks. With a passion for challenging the status quo, her leading insight into technology and security is truly ground-breaking. 

Learning on the job, her work on the Millenium Bug and other major cyber incidents make Sarah an industry leader, and in 2022, she was recognised as a 'Distinguished Speaker' by Microsoft - the highest accolade provided by the Executive Briefing Center. In addition to being a Distinguished Speaker, Sarah has among the highest average evaluation scores from visiting customers among all global speakers. From PR to privacy and data protection, Sarah can discuss a wide range of topics relating to cybersecurity. 

Join us on 17th October to hear Sarah share her expertise on Cybersecurity. Dealerships, this new knowledge on an ever increasing issue is not to be missed!

My Sessions
Microsoft Keynote - Cyber Security and Crisis Management
Keynote The Future of Motor Retailing Stage
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