According to Security Brief, 92% of financial services firms increased cybersecurity investment in 2020, and 65% of large financial services firms have suffered a cyber-attack in the last 12 months in Australia.
New Zealand’s central bank estimates costs resulting from cyber-attacks could exceed NZ$2.3 billion a year to the country’s financial sector.
With heavy pressure to protect our countries and businesses from growing sophisticated threats, cybersecurity leaders must be well-equipped to predict, prevent and respond to criminal attacks.
Building on the success of the previous editions, CISO Financial Services Online, A/NZ offers you the tools you need to keep up with technology innovation and best-in-class industry practices. The virtual forum is taking place on 16 & 17 March 2021.
DAY ONE: CYBER STRATEGY
How prepared you are for 2021’s challenges? What are the technologies that can support your cyber resilience strategy? Day One is focused on exploring practices to predict and prevent attacks by mitigating and controlling risks. Join us on a conversation on how to improve your cyber-resilience by incorporating it to the broader risk management strategy, and how technologies can be adopted to reduce your company’s exposure to cyberattacks.
DAY TWO: ACTION PLAN
Data leaks, breaches or attacks are no longer a question of if, but a matter of when. Not having the right systems, tools and skills to be able to report and respond to incidents quickly could lead to disastrous impacts. Yet, most companies are unaware of how secure they are until their data or systems are compromised. Day Two focuses on reviewing your cybersecurity practices and processes to reduce and minimise the risks of financial, operational and reputational losses as a result of cyber-attacks.
Professionals in the following areas:
One week of digital disruption would indirectly cost the Australian economy:
Between 2019-2020 the ACSC received
1. ACSC Annual Cyber Threat Report 2019-20
2. Austcyber Digital Trust Report 2020
Over two days, we will broadcast our expert panels, interviews and webinar sessions directly to your desk. Benefit from insightful sessions, delivered by outstanding cybersecurity leaders, covering the most pertinent strategic issues. This allows you to fit the agenda around your busy schedule.
Ask Your Questions
Our webinars are not just presentations. Get involved and submit your questions in the live Q&A during the sessions.
Our online events use the latest browser-based technology, so you won’t need to download anything to join, you just need access to the internet!
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