Session 1: Outlining the Cyber Security Landscape for the Banking Sector

9:10 am | 18th June 2019 | The Banking Cyber Security Forum London

Tackling weaknesses in a bank’s digital security structure means implementing a cohesive strategy that considers removable media, the internet, email, fixed network connections and cyber awareness across the internal and external value chain. With Open Banking ushering in a new era for financial services, the pressure has never been greater to optimise  information/ data for competitive whilst never losing sight of compliance obligations and customer needs.

The opening session benchmarks the banking sector today, highlighting ideas for improving strategy and end-to-end processes across your business and hearing some pointers as to where to look for solutions to the shared challenges banks face in a rapidly changing sector.

9:10 am

The Cyber Security Landscape for the Banking Sector – Data Governance as a Critical Success Factor

  • The role of data and information governance
  • Interplay between the data CxO roles
  • Embedding data governance into the cyber life-cycle
The Cyber Security Landscape for the Banking Sector – Data Governance as a  Critical Success Factor

Hany Choueiri

Chief Data Officer, Aldermore Bank

9:30 am

Understanding the Threats to the Banking Sector

  • What threats are especially pertinent to banks?
  • Some real life examples of such threats in the wild
  • How have these evolved over time?
  • What can banks do to mitigate such threats?
Understanding the Threats to the Banking Sector

Nour Fateen

Senior Threat Intelligence Consultant, Recorded Future

9:50 am

Welcome to the Empathy Economy

  • The societal changes that the IoT brings, showcasing the challenges and opportunities
  • Setting the landscape in the context of Brexit
  • Outline the new approach to cyber security
  • Three practical takeaways for banks to consider implementing immediately
Welcome to the Empathy Economy

Dr. Jacqui Taylor

, Top Ten Global IoT Innovator and Futurist

10:10 am

Q&A and Interactive Panel Discussion:

  • What is the biggest threat to the security of banks in 2019?
  • What does a strong data infrastructure look like? And what should banks be aiming for by 2025 and beyond?
  • How can leaders avoid ‘ivory tower’ implementations that neglect stakeholders’ needs?
  • How can banks utilise compliance experience to stay ahead of new entrants? Or how could collaboration with newer entrants benefit everyone?
Q&A and Interactive Panel Discussion:

Mohsin Choudhury

UK Information Security Lead, Bank of Ireland

Q&A and Interactive Panel Discussion:

Hany Choueiri

Chief Data Officer, Aldermore Bank

Q&A and Interactive Panel Discussion:

Nour Fateen

Senior Threat Intelligence Consultant, Recorded Future

Q&A and Interactive Panel Discussion:

Dr. Jacqui Taylor

, Top Ten Global IoT Innovator and Futurist

Q&A and Interactive Panel Discussion:

Samantha Sheen

Chair, KYC Working Group, The RegTech Council