Evolving Financial Services Cyber Security: An APAC Panel Discussion

Ransomware is just one issue. The top players affected by recent supply chain attacks just happen to be in the Financial Services industry. This has made cyber risk averse organizations turn to tools and solutions purpose built for the industry. It's also focused energy on standards, frameworks and expected legislation and regulation. Register now to unpack lessons learned on these issues and more.

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This FREE webinar was recorded on:
19 May, 2021
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM SGT

The Financial Services industry is fertile ground for cyber threats and incidents due to reasons beyond the money. A successful ransomware attack that nets a significant sum of money for a cyber criminal is nice, but the bigger gain is understanding how systems have been breached. The IP of where future value will be is more valuable than simply securing current currency.

But ransomware is just one issue. The top players affected by recent supply chain attacks just happen to be in the Financial Services industry. This has made cyber risk averse organizations turn to tools and solutions purpose built for the industry. It's also focused energy on standards, frameworks and expected legislation and regulation.

This of course is all happening as organizations manipulate the cyber infrastructure to service Identity As The Perimeter. Register now for Evolving Financial Services Cyber Security: An APAC Panel Discussion to unpack lessons learned on these issues and more:

  • Unpacking the evolution of global cyber security supply chain incidents
  • Realizing cyber security tools internally and externally purpose built for Financial Services
  • Diving in on e-KYC, biometric and adaptive authN for FSIs
  • Reinforcing secure frameworks, standards and infrastructure
  • Advancing a secure Financial Services enterprise with a globally dynamic distributed workforce

Speakers

Magesh Dhanasekaran
Manager, Security Architecture and Design
UniSuper

# Responsible for Information Security road map and strategy execution

# Responsible for Security Architecture & Design # Responsible for Application Security & Penetration Testing

# Responsible for DevSecOps

# Lead and manage a team of Security Architects & Designers, Application Security and Penetration testing consultants

Jayanta Debnath
Head of Identity and Access Management - Cybersecurity
Standard Chartered Bank

Head of Identity and Access Management for Cybersecurity. Member of SACA(Security Architecture and Capability Authority) Member of Security Enterprise Architecture. Member of Cloud Security Alliance.

Jonathan Andresen
Senior Director, Products & Solutions Marketing
Bitglass

Jonathan Andresen is Senior Director, Products & Solutions Marketing at Bitglass. Mr. Andresen joined Bitglass in April 2020 and has been working in the enterprise IT and telecommunications sector since 1996, relocating to Asia in 2003. Prior to joining Bitglass, Mr. Andresen held various product, marketing, and strategy management positions in Asia-Pacific at McAfee, MobileIron, Blue Coat Systems (now Symantec) and Nortel Networks. Mr. Andresen’s career includes earlier positions with Teleglobe, MetroPhotonics and Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs. Mr. Andresen holds a Master's Degree in International Management from Canada’s Carleton University and an undergraduate degree from Queen’s University.

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