About this event

The third edition of the New Statesman 'Cyber Security in Financial Services' conference will take place in London on the 24th-25th November 2020. The conference has designed a two-day program which will deliver tailored discussions on digital transformation, cloud security, APIs, Open Banking, threat intelligence, online payments and app management.

Topics of discussion will include:

  • Making resilience and cyber security strategy a board-level issue
  • Cloud security, incident response and data breach prevention
  • Mobile banking applications: embedding security within the app development lifecycle
  • Machine learning for threat intelligence and data protection
  • Robotic process automation for testing and efficiency
  • Cyber hygiene, employee training and awareness
  • Open Banking and data sharing – the risks and opportunities

Who will attend?

C-level executives from financial institutions including chief operating officers, chief information officers, chief information security officers, chief risk officers, heads of compliance, heads of Information security, heads of security and data, as well as members of associations.

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2020 Agenda

2020 Agenda

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2020 sponsors

2020 Sponsors

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2020 Speakers

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Venue

Hilton London Bankside

For Sponsorship opportunities please contact:

Nadine Placzek - Nadine.Placzek@newstatesman.co.uk

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