Have financial services become too comfortable with the fallback option of paying the ransom? What if the fail-safe of paying the ransom to recover data and bring systems back online is no longer an option and data is destroyed; and there is no hacker on the other end to restore access? Have we planned and practiced adequately for an alternative?
In this session we will discuss:
Chair: Aaran Leyland, Former UK Ministry of Defence, Cyber Security Manager
Paul Scott, Global CISO, Ommnicom Group
Vittorio Maier, CISO, Vanquis Bank
Jane Corr, CISO Europe, Great West Life
Khadir Fayaz, VP Chief Architect & CISO, CBRE
Gurinder Singh, Director & Head of Security - Corporate Functions, Deutsche Bank
Delegate participants include:
Ryan Smith, Global Head of Cyber Detection and Response, Aviva
Carlton Cristie, Global Head of Cybersecurity, HSBC Commercial Banking
Paul Gillen, Europe CISO, Barclays
Alexandre Horvath CISO & Data Protection Officer, Cryptix AG
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