the 6th Annual Financial Services Cyber Security Forum
25th May 2021.
The COVID-10 pandemic has been an unsettling time for the global banking and financial sector, and the enormous disruption that followed has allowed cybercriminals to exploit financial institutions more than usual. National lockdowns catalysed the process of digitalisation across all financial services, as digital became the only way for businesses to function. While bringing efficiencies, it also exposed the FS industry to an unprecedented level of vulnerability.
The 6th Annual Financial Services Cyber Security Forum, which will take place virtually on 25 May, has been created to address the key issues that have been identified as being of most concern to organisations during this period of increased cybercrime activity. During this highly focused one-day event you will receive practical advice on how to prevent malicious cyber activity, how to build a strong and lasting cyber-defence plan, and how to deal with the incidents if they have already happened.
Who should attend
The virtual event will be of particular interest to CISOs; security, data privacy, data security and GDPR professionals; senior managers within IT and operations; and cyber security, cyber resilience, third party and supply chain risk managers in all financial institutions. It will also be of interest to the advisory community and cyber security solutions and training providers.
Register by following the link below