Security in the age of a digital banking revolution

For decades, finance has been at the front of digital security, understanding that protection of personal and sensitive information was a critical component of maintaining customer trust. But as those same customers change how they choose to manage their finances, and as traditional financial services organizations evolve their own process to accommodate changing demand and compete against crypto alternative, new threats test defenses. From account takeovers to ransomware, to API vulnerabilities that emerge with the rapid transition to the cloud, financial institutions are being forced to examine their own tried and true security measures to stay ahead of adversaries. 

Join us on December 14-15 for a two-day free event that will dissect the emerging cyber threats facing the financial services market, bringing together decision makers and thought leaders from across the segments of the market to decide what's working, and what might need to evolve with the state of threat

Featured speakers include:

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Bauyr Akhmedov
Group Lead for Identity and Access Management
International Monetary Fund (IMF)
Meg Anderson
Meg Anderson
Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer
Principal Financial Group
Ronald Banks
Ronald Banks
CISO
Texas Capital Bank
Grant Bourzikas
Grant Bourzikas
Chief Information Security Officer
Silicon Valley Bank
Helen Brooks
Helen Brooks
VP Secure Innovation and Resiliency
Navy Federal Credit Union
Betty Elliott
Betty Elliott
Chief Information Security Officer
Freddie Mac
Christine Herman
Christine Herman
Chief Technology & Security Officer
Finance of America
Tom Kartanowicz
Tom Kartanowicz
Regional CISO
Commerzbank North America
Assaf Keren
Assaf Keren
VP, Enterprise Cyber Security
PayPal
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Bryan Vorndran
Assistant Director, Cyber Division
FBI
Erica Wilson
Erica Wilson
Vice President, Global Security and Privacy Risk Management
RGA Reinsurance Company

Session topics include:

Countering phishing schemes that enable account takeover

Managing data in a global, multi-cloud environment
 

Compliance with stricter breach response guidelines
 

Cooperative efforts for fraud detection

 

The heightened threat of ransomware
 

The threat of mobile malware targeting banking apps