13 - 14 August, 2019 | Mercure Resort, Hunter Valley Gardens, NSW, Pokolbin, Hunter Valley, NSW
Steven York, Chief Information Security Officer at Bank of Queensland

Steven York

Chief Information Security Officer
Bank of Queensland

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Exchange Day 2: Wednesday 14th August 2019

8:40 AM CHIEF PANEL: Third Party Risk Management: Getting An Accurate Understanding of Suppliers, Clients and Partners True Risk Mitigation Capability

With cyber breaches rapidly increasing in both number and complexity, organisations are re-assessing the security strength of existing and potential suppliers, clients and partners. In such a fast-paced environment, getting a clear understanding of your partner’s capability, and in a timely manner, is vital to the security of the organization. In this panel, hear three industry experts discuss:
• How to minimize steps in the vetting process and move partnerships from A to Z quickly
• How to maintain ownership of sensitive data and increasing visibility of third party systems
• The risk and mitigation of risk when dealing with suppliers, clients and partners
• Related parties and third-parties – the new high risk attack vector
• The importance of remembering the ‘people’ side of cyber security - strengthening the human relationship between partnerships

1:30 PM How Bank of Queensland are BOQ-ifying the NIST Framework To Accurately Measure Cyber Capabilities

The NIST framework is generally accepted as the leading best-practice framework across the Cyber Security landscape. Although designed with the purpose of arranging resources to be easily digestible by both the board and IT department, it is not a one-size-fits-all fix. Intricate details of an organisation may be missed if the NIST framework is followed too closely. In this session, hear how BOQ have:
  • Personalized the NIST framework to accurately measure the success of their cyber security capabilities
  • Improved discussion with the board as a result of improved metrics and reporting
  • Gained a deeper understanding of where their cyber gaps and strongest coverage lie