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
• Protecting your data, brand and reputation
• The power of shared intelligence and automation to reduce risk
• Consolidate, simplify and integrate your security solutions
• 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?
• An introduction to DORA - how it extends the requirements of EBAG, and the implications for Global FSIs and their suppliers
• How to plan your approach, lessons shared from Broadcom's internal experience
• Key capabilities and tools you should consider, and how to integrate this effort with other initiatives (NIS "2", GDPR etc)
• How ransomware attacks have evolved
• Tactics, tools, and common practices used in modern attacks
• How you can improve your security strategy and minimise your risk of comprise
• 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
• Email continues to be the top threat vector for attacks on businesses
• Learn how a cloud-based, identity-centric approach effectively protects your organisation from email threats
• Prevent phishing attacks, simplify strong DMARC enforcement, and safeguard your brand from email abuse
• Understand the biggest digital risks Financial Services face
• Discover the one place these digital challenges convert
• Learn our three tips to map and manage your attack surface
• The three primary insider threat profiles and how to manage them
• Why traditional approaches to identifying and stopping insider threats fall short
• Practical strategies you can leverage to protect what really matters
• 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?
• 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.
• 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
• How AI-driven cybersecurity offers organisations a strong defence against both legacy and emerging threats
• Learn how a prevent-first approach also protects shifting work environments while combatting financial fraud
• Gain a better understanding of how to sustain operational resilience within your organisation
• 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
• Paving a path to 5G technology with digital identity
• Data protection and cyber security challenges of a hyper connected future
• Four cornerstones of secure and trusted digital cities
• 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
• 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 has the ransomware threat developed so fast?
• Future trends and developments
• Mitigations and keeping your company safe
• 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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Broadcom’s Symantec Enterprise Division, the global leader in cyber security, helps organizations and governments secure identities and information wherever they live. Symantec's Integrated Cyber Defense approach simplifies cyber security with comprehensive solutions to secure critical business assets across on-premises and cloud infrastructures. Symantec Endpoint Security, Network Information Security, and Identity Security solutions are uniquely integrated and infused with rich threat intelligence from the Symantec Global Intelligence Network as well as advanced AI and machine learning engines to protect data where it resides, to connect trusted users with trusted applications, and to detect and respond to the most advanced, targeted attack.
Proofpoint is a leading cybersecurity company that protects organizations’ greatest assets and biggest risks: their people. With an integrated suite of cloud-based solutions, we help companies around the world stop targeted threats, safeguard their data, and make their users more resilient against cyber attacks. Leading organizations of all sizes, including more than half of the Fortune 1000, rely on us for people-centric security and compliance solutions that mitigate their most critical risks across email, the cloud, social media, and the web.
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Our market-leading solutions help developers to secure code as fast as they write it; development and DevSecOps teams to automate testing within development pipelines without compromising velocity; and security teams to proactively manage risk and focus remediation efforts on what matters most.
With Synopsys, organizations can transform the way they build and deliver software, aligning people, processes, and technology to intelligently address software risks across their portfolio and at all stages of the application lifecycle
BlackBerry provides intelligent security software and services to enterprises and
governments around the world. The company secures more than 500M endpoints
including 175M cars on the road. Through independent research, Frost & Sullivan determined that BlackBerry is well positioned to secure all IoT endpoints, and upwards of 96% of all cyberthreats in the current landscape.
BlackBerry is leading the way with a single platform for securing, managing and optimizing how intelligent endpoints are deployed in the enterprise, enabling our customers to stay ahead of the technology curve that will reshape every industry.
BlackBerry leverages AI and machine learning to deliver innovative solutions in the areas of cybersecurity, safety and data privacy solutions and is a leader in the areas of endpoint security management, encryption, and embedded systems. BlackBerry’s vision is clear—to secure a connected future you can trust.
Fortinet makes possible a digital world that we can always trust through its mission to protect people, devices, applications and data everywhere. This is why the world’s largest enterprises, service providers, and government organizations choose Fortinet to securely accelerate their digital journey. The Fortinet Security Fabric platform delivers broad, integrated, and automated protections across the entire digital attack surface, securing critical devices, data, applications, and connections from the data center to the cloud to the home office. Ranking #1 in the most security appliances shipped worldwide, more than 510,000 customers trust Fortinet to protect their businesses. And the Fortinet NSE Training Institute, an initiative of Fortinet’s Training Advancement Agenda (TAA), provides one of the largest and broadest training programs in the industry to make cyber training and new career opportunities available to everyone. Learn more at https://www.fortinet.com, the Fortinet Blog, or FortiGuard Labs.
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Cybersprint’s Attack Surface platform allows you to manage threats such as supply chain risk, phishing, brand abuse, data theft and more. Our zero-touch SaaS platform is operational in minutes and can be complemented with off-the-shelf or bespoke services for your security programme.
Digital Shadows makes threat intelligence accessible to all organizations by distilling your external exposure down to actionable, validated information your teams can immediately act on reducing your organizational risk. Our flagship solution, SearchLight, scans the most sources across the surface, deep, and dark web for your organizations’ exposed assets or signals that threat actors are targeting your company, delivering validated, risk-scored alerts that your team. Spare your limited resources from doing manually digging and validating of external threat intelligence, get started with Digital Shadows today. Learn more at www.digitalshadows.com.
RevBits portfolio of Cyber Security software solutions have been logically developed ‘by design’ to address identified gaps and vulnerabilities associated with incumbent vendor solutions. A product suite created intuitively from the trenches to provide Next Gen practical, lighter solutions with an extensive range of patented capabilities to improve an organisations cyber maturity.
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Good Cyber Security practise embraces people, process, culture and technology with solid Governance and information management the bedrock of any organisation. We engage with leading partners whose core expertise compliments our own in helping improve an organisations cyber security posture. RevBits is an active contributor to local trade organisations in support of this.
Tessian’s mission is to secure the human layer. Using machine learning technology, Tessian automatically stops data breaches and security threats caused by human error - like data exfiltration, accidental data loss, business email compromise and phishing attacks - with minimal disruption to employees' workflow. As a result, employees are empowered to do their best work, without security getting in their way. Founded in 2013, Tessian is backed by renowned investors like Sequoia, Accel, March Capital, and Balderton and has offices in San Francisco, Boston and London.