Session 3: Finding New Ways to get Ahead on Cyber Security and Threats

1:45 pm | 18th June 2019 | The Banking Cyber Security Forum London

Employee threat awareness, penetration testing and ethical hacking all play a part in the battle against cyber-attacks and unintentional data breaches. But how can you prepare for threats that you don’t know exist? And if hackers are using AI to attack your systems, can the same technology be trusted to defend you? This session examines the current approach to threat awareness and addresses whether an entirely new approach to data and web security is needed – and the part that AI is expected to play.

1:50 pm

Navigating Cyber Threats in the Financial Service Sector

  • What are the biggest threats to an organisation?
  • How do you go about identifying these threats  ?
  • What role can technology play?
Navigating Cyber Threats in the Financial Service Sector

Rupert Lee-Browne

Chairman and CEO, Caxton FX

2:10 pm

Convincing Lizards and Fallible Mortals: the Role of AI in Cyber Security

  • As the PSD2 fintech revolution gathers pace, the need for robust cyber security has never been higher and all eyes are on AI technology to provide the answers.  But in a hype-driven rush to embrace AI we run the risk of failing to deliver on unachievable promises and overlooking the human side of the equation
  • The potential for smart AI detection
  • Pragmatic deployment of AI
  • Balancing AI against human fallibility
Convincing Lizards and Fallible Mortals: the Role of AI in Cyber Security

David Porter

Senior Advisor, Cyber Security and Infrastructure, Bank of England

2:30 pm

Tackling Advanced Threats Against the Growing Threat of Hackers, Aggressive Competitors and Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs)

  • A definition of cyber intelligence and the role it plays in remediating threats
  • An understanding of the phases of cyber intelligence and how to embed intelligence-driven security within an organisation’s environment
  • How organisations can use predictive analytics to generate actionable intelligence
  • What are the security metrics that allow an organisation to understand if its security is working – and how to use this insight to adapt
Tackling Advanced Threats Against the Growing Threat of Hackers,  Aggressive Competitors and Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs)

Azeem Aleem

VP Consulting & Head of UK Business, NTT Security

2:50 pm

Q&A and Interactive Panel Discussion: Can AI be the Answer to Tackling Cyber Threats when it is also, increasingly the Cause?

  • What are the key steps to improving threat awareness across the organisation and can technology help?
  • How can banks use technology to learn from each malicious encounter?
  • Why should banks be deploying AI to predict new threats? Or should they?
  • Can AI be the answer to tackling cyber threats when it is also increasingly the cause?
Q&A and Interactive Panel Discussion: Can AI be the Answer to Tackling Cyber Threats when it is also, increasingly the Cause?

Azeem Aleem

VP Consulting & Head of UK Business, NTT Security

Q&A and Interactive Panel Discussion: Can AI be the Answer to Tackling Cyber Threats when it is also, increasingly the Cause?

Rupert Lee-Browne

Chairman and CEO, Caxton FX

Q&A and Interactive Panel Discussion: Can AI be the Answer to Tackling Cyber Threats when it is also, increasingly the Cause?

David Porter

Senior Advisor, Cyber Security and Infrastructure, Bank of England

Q&A and Interactive Panel Discussion: Can AI be the Answer to Tackling Cyber Threats when it is also, increasingly the Cause?

Samantha Sheen

Chair, KYC Working Group, The RegTech Council

Q&A and Interactive Panel Discussion: Can AI be the Answer to Tackling Cyber Threats when it is also, increasingly the Cause?

Dr. Jacqui Taylor

, Top Ten Global IoT Innovator and Futurist