More online transactions create bigger incentives for cybercriminals. A recent PwC survey has found that cybercrime accounts for a much greater proportion of economic crime in the FS sector than in other industries. While cyber attacks are getting more sophisticated, companies have to come up with a holistic strategy to tackle the problem and mitigate the risk involved. Cyber-Risk and Data Breach will help you stay up to date on the best ways to combat cyber-crime.

Attending this conference will allow you to:
– Learn about new threats and technologies in Cybercrime
– Benchmark your own security model
– Learn the best practices for risk assessment
– Receive an overview of new legislation and its impacts

Our speakers include:
– Susan Koski, CISO, Synovus
– Mark Graff, CISO, NASDAQ OMX
– Anthony Johnson, CISO GE Capital Treasury
– Tod Mitchinson, CISO, ICAP
– Valerie Abend, Managing Director, BNY Mellon
– Patrick McGuinness, Managing Director Global IT & Compliance, GE Capital
– Jessica Dabney, SVP, Risk and Regulatory Change, Bank of America
– Lynn Goldstein, SVP, Privacy General Counsel & Chief Privacy Officer, JP Morgan Chase
– Perry Menezes, Vice President Information & Technology Risk Governance, Deutsche Bank
– Jason Shohet, Vice President Global Compliance & Risk Management, Citi
– Matt Speare, Administrative Vice President and Corporate Information Security Officer, M&T Bank Corporation
– Mark Faber, Vice President Corporate Counsel, Prudential
– Nur-ul-Haq, Attorney, Federal Trade Commission
– Larry Clinton, CEO & President, Internet Security Alliance
– Stephen King, Information Security Officer, United People’s Bank
– Gina Carletti, Director – Technological Crime & Forensics, Scotiabank

For more information click here, call (+1) 212-885-2672 or contact taryn.soltysiak@iqpc.com