Financial Crime and Cybersecurity Webinar
Financial Crime and Cybersecurity – What You Need to Know to Prevent Cyber Threats and Attacks
DIT Portugal, Greece, Poland, Austria and Czech Republic have teamed up to showcase UK innovative cybersecurity solutions designed to support companies in the Financial Services Sector in these countries.
According to PWC: “There are two kinds of financial services firms: those that have faced a cyberattack and those that will. For one thing, that means building defences that are comprehensive and resilient. Financial Services companies must prepare for how they will respond, just as they do for other disasters. This will help them limit damage and speed recovery.”
Adding to this, COVID-19 pandemic has brought with it a significant increase in fraudulent activity as the mass move to a remote working during the pandemic has created a hotbed of cybercrime activity.
Moderator: Dan Patefield, Programme Head, Cyber and National Security, techUK
10:00 Set the scene by Dan Patefield, techUK
10:05 UK Keynote Speaker – Ian Glover, CREST President
10:20 Brief Introduction by the Panellists
Dark Intelligence Ltd – Vince Warrington, CEO
Darktrace – Mariana Pereira, Director of Email Security Products
Galaxkey Ltd – Peter Clowes, Global Sales Director
Immersive Labs – James Neilson, VP Sales EMEA
Intercede – Jamie Smith, Solutions Architect
Security Risk Management Ltd – Andrew Linn, Principal Consultant
Senseon Tech Ltd – David Atkinson, Founder & CEO
TrustElevate – Dr Rachel O’Connell, Founder & CEO
10: 50 Round Table Discussion – The role of Cybersecurity in preventing and mitigating the growing number of cyberattacks against Financial Services companies.
Why join the Webinar?
This Webinar will explore the UK’s know-how in the following areas: AI-Driven Cybersecurity Threats ; Supply chains and increasingly interconnected attack surfaces; Phishing ; Credential and identity theft; Ransomware – Cloud Jacking Data theft and data manipulation stems from new vulnerabilities and cybercriminal behaviours; and Remote Workforce Vulnerabilities.
The participating Panellists will share their expertise in their field of activity and the Roundtable will be followed by a Q&A session during which the audience will have the chance to pose specific questions.
We will be scheduling 1-2-1 meetings between the Audience and the UK specialists to allow more in-depth discussion about the UK’s innovative offer.