Cyber Security for Financial Services Exchange
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Cyber security breaches are a preferred method for committing large scale financial crime with sophisticated attacks perpetrated remotely instead of by entering a physical bank vault. Financial services organizations have historically invested in strengthening their cyber security postures with diverse security controls. Yet the productivity of security teams is hampered by an abundance of alerts and compliance mandates.
Cyber security encompasses a team approach of humans and technology designed to prevent attacks, harm or unauthorized access into financial services systems. Embedding security awareness into corporate culture is critical for successfully preventing or minimizing breaches. Managing regulatory complexity depends on the right team and solid communications.
Join this interactive three-day forum in Charlotte, NC, where impactful and practical information will provide insights to heads of cyber security. The program includes embedding security culture into the corporate DNA, interpreting and implementing regulatory changes and navigating the evolving security of emerging technologies.
Unlike other events, the Cyber Security for Financial Services Exchange will offer cyber security leaders the opportunity to hear and discuss successful strategies in a true peer-to-peer networking forum while highlighting the latest technologies, strategies and processes to ensure security.