The New Statesman’s 4th annual Cyber Security in Financial Services conference is back to take place on the 23 - 24 November 2021.
Whilst we eagerly await a return to live events and networking, the health and wellbeing of all involved must remain our priority, so considering the ongoing developments and concerns around the pandemic, the conference will return in 2021 as a hybrid event.
The pressure is on the financial sector supporting business in the ‘return to normal’ or the ‘new normal’ as well as handling this transition themselves. Banks must remain competitive amid digital transformation and the recent explosion in cyber-crime, not only whilst upholding the strongest information security systems but also while adapting to the impact of the pandemic and Brexit. Additionally, the complications of tight data regulations continue to evolve, as well as the sector opening to challengers. The New Statesman Cyber Security in Financial Services programme will address these challenges, opportunities and more that the sector faces whilst maintaining its cyber resilience.
The conference presents the opportunity to showcase your organisation and engage with influential decision-makers. Attendees can share ideas, innovations, initiatives and take part in virtual chats and private 1-2-1 conversations. There will also be the opportunity to engage with presentations on the main stage, and in Q&As with the speakers and sponsors.
Thought leaders and senior figures will present throughout the day to examine current regulations, key trends, and developments.
This is a CPD certified event, allowing you to earn up to 12 CPD points. CPD is the holistic commitment of professionals towards enhancement of personal skills and proficiency throughout their careers.
Delegates will attend from financial institutions including:
Delegate titles include:
• How the financial crime landscape is evolving with new techniques and technologies
• What regulators are doing to enforce stricter controls
• Looking to the future and adapting to a hybrid workforce and multi-cloud environments
• How can cyber defences be fortified amidst ongoing digital transformation?
• What are your top tips for extending security perimeters to address the challenges of homeworking?
• Which methods of monitoring should be used within the network to keep abreast of big data security?
• Evaluating the use of artificial intelligence in threat defence
• Discussing advances in AI security tools and the impact on organisation and consumer
• Unpacking the challenges of integration with existing digital infrastructure
• Looking to the future of banking as cloud computing within the industry grows
• How is cloud-first security control fit for purpose today?
• Bolstering the cloud with AI and ML defence at scale
• What are the most pressing fraud risks to the sector?
• How can we guard against sophisticated social engineering or phishing techniques such as deep fake?
• What are the benefits and challenges of layered approaches such as multifactor authentication to defend against attacks?
• Combatting the risks of innovative, seamless payment technologies
• Understanding how financial services are exposed to cryptocurrencies
• Building a risk-based approach to securely identify and nullify threats
• 2022 will not see a return to the ways that we worked in 2019. “Hybrid” now defines the workplace, which is a fundamental change. • Enabling hybrid working requires we forget the old ideas of “where” users and applications are to focus on “who” they are. • The acceleration of digital + staff demands for flexibility + explosion of cyber attacks = enormous security challenges. • Securing the hybrid workplace requires authentication, authorization, least privilege access, and Zero Trust.
• Balancing the needs of employees with the continual pursuit of cyber risk reduction to develop a culture of cyber resilience
• Thinking strategically, prioritising highest risk areas and protecting our most valuable assets
• Clearly articulating cyber risk, supporting senior stakeholders in their oversight and decision-making
• A review of the current regulatory environment
• Ensuring that this is clear and uniform across the industry
• Looking to the future of the new direction of national cyber strategy
• Lessons learnt and best practice from other industries
• Maintaining agility to keep up with rapidly changing customer expectations
• Keeping abreast of advances in tech and evolving regulations
• What is the impact of the continued growth of IoT and other intuitive technologies on the security of the financial sector?
• Is there an overreliance on technology in the industry?
• How can the industry overcome past mistakes when it comes to smart tech?
• Is centralising fraud and risk operations a solution, and what part can technology play?
• Outlining the trends in attacks today and who in the sector is being targeted
• Building intelligence on threat-based groups and their methods
• Safeguarding sensitive data within a complex threat environment
• Considering the weak spots when it comes to automation such as RPA
• Where are we with blockchain and the impact on cyber security?
• Understanding the quantum threat of decryption to sensitive data
• How financial services are providing frictionless experiences to customers and staff
• Where are potential weaknesses and how can they be identified and addressed?
• Looking to the future of identity in financial services
• How can improvements to diversity and talent management in cyber strengthen defences?
• Which steps need to be taken to embed best practice into everyday workflows?
• What future threats are in store?
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