The RANT Supper Club – Sushi Sessions 2020

13th May 2020
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Overview

The 2020 Supper Clubs will take you on a glorious dining journey with a multitude of cuisines to feasts upon hosted in venues around the City of London.  An exclusive event for just 30 of our members, the Supper Club combines the atmosphere of our participation-lead RANT Forums and the exclusive environments of our Executive Dinners for you to enjoy the renowned relaxed networking environment, topical discussion, friendly faces and fast-paced Rants that we all hold so dear.

Entry Criteria

RANT Supper Clubs are for Senior information security professionals working within End User organisations. If you cannot make this particular event or feel that you don’t meet the entry criteria, please Join Our Community to be kept up to date with other events.

About RANT

The RANT Events provide the opportunity for disruptive debate, open discussion & networking for influential cybersecurity and information security professionals from end-user organisations. The panel talks are followed by a relaxed networking opportunity for all members to discuss and debate relevant Information Security related issues with like-minded individuals. The events are held under the Chatham House Rule and are the perfect opportunity for the InfoSec community to talk about the real issues the industry faces and freely share their own experiences and opinions throughout.

Venue

The Lucky Cat by Gordon Ramsay

Th Lucky Cat, 10 Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, London W1K 6JP

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Are you interested in sponsoring?

Contact Tom Odams, Head of Sales, on todams@rantevents.com or 020 3874 1568 to discuss your requirements and tailor your sponsorship package.

The RANT Roundtable Dinner was a very good evening. I met some interesting people and there was some lively discussion on various topics. I’d also like to mention some positive engagement that came about after last year’s Infosec Rant. Thanks to a very topical discussion at RANT on Neurodiversity, I was introduced to a group of neuro diverse students studying Information Security in Worcester, who joined me on a Pentesting project within my organisation. This project provided them with exceptional work experience and allowed us all to learn from each other. This successful project will hopefully be run again this year, and is all thanks to a conversation held at a Rant event.

Neil Cornfoot, Principal Security Engineer, Telefonica UK

Overall, this was simply the best event I have attended, possibly ever!

A RANT Conference attendee