Time: 17 November, 14:00-16:30 (registration from 13:45)
Venue: Unipension, Smakkedalen 8, 2820 Gentofte (right next to Gentofte station)
Registration: Please register by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15 November
Mary Jo White, chair of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), has described cybersecurity as the biggest risk facing the financial system. As such, the issue has also quickly gained attention from investors looking to assess risks and protect their assets. This event will present the key cyber risks and provide an opportunity to share knowledge on how to mitigate these threats.
Identifying and averting cyber risks
Oliver Fairbank, Associate Analyst, Control Risks
Control Risks Cyber Security Services advise companies on risk management, security programme delivery and crisis response. Oliver Fairbank will give us an introduction to what to look for and the key issues to consider when assessing cybercrime threats.
Cooperating for security
Poul Otto Schousboe, Chief Information Security Officer, Danske Bank
Sometimes opening up can be the key to keeping information confidential. Poul Otto Schousboe will present how Danske Bank mitigates cyber risks by collaborating with other financial institutions.
Protecting customer information
Thomas Grane, IT Director, Matas
Club Matas has 1.6 million members and is the largest loyality programme in Denmark. In this presentation, Thomas Grane will give an introduction to how Matas protects customer data and mitigates cybercrime threats.
The presentations will be moderated by Dominic Burke, Hermes EOS and member of the UN PRI Cyber Security Advisory Committee, who will draw on his experience engaging with companies on this issue in guiding our discussion.
The event will follow the Chatham House Rules.