Security as a Business Enabler & The Next Competitive Differentiator
Asia’s financial institutions are in a tight spot. Aside from facing disruption from FinTechs, they now have to contend with rising competition from technology companies such as Alibaba, Apple, Grab who are looking to break into the financial services space as alternative financial intermediaries.How can financial institutions rise above competition and maintain their lead in this digital economy? And how does CISOs fit into this equation?
The digitisation of the economy, whilst promising tremendous business opportunities, has raised serious security concerns and cyber threats. The key to winning over consumers will largely depend on financial institutions' ability to provide and build trust - and this is where CISOs can make a difference. .
The CISOs of today will need to ensure cyber resilience against complex and sophisticated cyber attacks, be a champion on data governance, ensure regulatory compliance and actively balance risk and business enablemenet.
Global Head of Cyber Threat Intelligence, CISO APAC
APAC Region Information Security Lead & VP of Cyber Threat Management
Wells Fargo and Company
Chief Information Security Officer, U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission | Adjunct Professor, American Military University | CISSP Licensed Instructor, (ISC)² ,
Chief Information Security Officer
KTB – Krung Thai Bank
Regional Head of Global Security & Head of App Sec
"Big Tech Firms like Amazon are Eager to Eat the Banking Industry’s Lunch"Quartz
"Global Ransomware Attack Causes Chaos"BBC News
"MAS Seeks to Strengthen Financial Sector Cybersecurity through Collaboration with FS-ISAC and ABS"OpenGovAsia
2018 Topics Include:
- Winning the Future of Financial Services with Security & Trust
- Cybersecurity Posture & Vulnerability Assessment in a Dynamic Risk Landscape
- Advancing Organisational Resilience with Cyber Innovation & Threat Intelligence Exchanges
- Combating Next-Generation Adversaries & Hidden Threats in the Dark Web
- Mitigating Insider Threats & Privilege Access Management
- Exploring Intelligent Cyber Defense with Machine Learning & Automation
- Effective Data Governance, Vendor Risk Management & Cyber Incidence Response Framework
- IoT & Digital Currencies: Emerging Cyber Threats & Counter Strategies
Why Attend & What’s Unique?
Participation is strictly limited to senior executives from leading financial institutions to facilitate true peer level networking
In-depth review of Asia’s cyber threat landscape, the latest cyber developments, effective risk mitigation strategies and what’s on the horizon
Chatham house rules applies guaranteeing a conducive environment for sharing and learning
The Ultimate CISO Toolkit
The complete and all encompassing guide to managing cyber risk in Asia covering topics on regulations, the latest cyber tools such as machine learning, behavioral analytics, access management, endpoint security, automated cybersecurity, vendor risk management, operationalising cyber incident response and more!
Maximise your time out of the office by selecting the conference sessions, MasterClass, roundtables and one-to-one business meetings that match your current business needs
What Our Past Attendees Had to Say
"The exchange format is a fantastic way for the right people (vendor, CISOs, CIOs, Heads of Risk etc) to interact in an environment that really facilities open sharing, interaction, networking, and working on shared challenges."Martin Eber, Head of Business Information Risk, Global Banking & Markets, Asia Pacific, HSBC
"Useful to know what's happening and what’s new in the cyber security space. I found it valuable to hear what my counterparts are doing to address new online threats, and what are some of the solutions that worked for them. It's important to get together with my peers to discuss issues and get fresh ideas, and this was the perfect forum to do so. Overall, a good event. Keep up the good work!"Mark Lim, Global Head of IT - Travel Insurance, Chubb Asia Pacific
"I really benefited from this event. There were a variety of topics and it met my expectations. The panel discussions were very good and there was enough time for Q&A."Voranuch Dejakaisaya, CCIOO, Bank of Ayudhya