Combating Cyber Crimes for Pakistan's Financial Sector - November 26 & 27, 2018
|Time:||9:00am - 6:30pm||Download PDF|
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The critical challenges of protecting information systems and assets – financial information, customer data, intellectual property – and the reputational and regulatory implications of failing to do so continue to raise the stakes of cybersecurity and governance in the financial sector in Pakistan today. Recent cyber breaches at major corporations highlight the increasing sophistication, stealth and persistence of cyber-attacks that organizations are facing today – from nation-states, organized crime, and hacktivists, as well as threats from within the organization (which often pose the greatest risk). State Bank of Pakistan released a comprehensive Digital Policy in 2017 and Security concerns in the Financial sector are of paramount concern with three major cyber-attacks resulting in losses of hundreds of millions of rupees in 2018 alone. Pakistan ranks 67th in the Global Cyber Security Index which can pose a major issue for the banking industry. It is, therefore, time for both technical and non-technical executives in the banking sector to increase their knowledge of digital for ultimate growth, profitability, sustainability and most importantly, security, in the future.
Javaid Iqbal is a Digital Futurist/Advisor/Educator, who for the past two decades has been helping global businesses, governments, and academic institutions across the Americas, EMEA and APAC transform and achieve objectives through the use of disruptive and innovative technologies. He is the CEO of TransformX, a global consultancy focusing on advisory and education in the Digital Innovation space and a graduate level technology professor at DePaul University (USA). Previously, Javaid served as a Customer Engagement and Success Leader at Salesforce in the USA and held leadership positions at multiple consultancies including Ernst & Young and PricewaterhouseCoopers. Some of his global banking clients have included the FleetBoston Financial, Bank of NewYork Mellon and GE Capital. Mr Iqbal holds a BS in Technology from Purdue University (USA) and an MS in Systems Strategy and Management from Northwestern University (USA).
This session will enable the participants to learn more about cybersecurity, the latest threats and trends and future challenges, for financial executives in financial enterprises in Pakistan. It will also enable them to adopt a structured approach for defining their information security requirements, governing an enterprise security framework to address these requirements and what kind of controls are available to protect their information assets. Current information security trends, threats and risks and highlight the impacts on businesses, specifically in the financial sector, will be in the spotlight. The briefing will also focus on the human side of the information security chain, addressing knowledge and behaviors.
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- Inclusive of Course material, IBA Workshop Certificate, Lunch, Refreshments & Business networking