Tackling weaknesses in a bank’s digital security structure means implementing a cohesive strategy – one that embraces removable media, the internet, mobility, email, fixed network connections and improved cyber awareness across the value chain. With the Payments Services Directive (PSD2) ushering in a new era for financial services, the pressure has never been greater for banks to optimise information for competitive advantage whilst never losing sight of compliance obligations and customer needs.
Networking, refreshments, and 1-2-1 meetings.
The centrepiece of the day brings delegates together to discuss key challenges. Each table features a ‘pain point’ shared by fellow banking executives. So grab the chance to have your say on data, information or web security challenges, share insights with others, and learn from their experience when it comes to building robust strategy.
Break for a buffet lunch, networking amongst peers and 1-2-1 meetings.
With growing pressure on banks to share data more widely (to increase the variety of services that are available to customers), what’s the best strategy for doing so, while mitigating the risk of breaches or attacks? Does adding new automated services mean expanding the threat surface? Learn why using technology to ensure regulatory compliance offers a chance to reduce that risk, as banks manage, disseminate, and store a range of different data types.
Employee-led 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.
End of The RegTech for Cyber Security Forum in London