Cyber-Resilience: a modernised approach to third-party cyber-risk management
Organisations today have hugely interconnected supply chains that are inevitably open to cyber disasters either directly or indirectly through vulnerable vendors. The recent pandemic has shown businesses all over the world how much they rely on a smooth supply chain and the real effect any disruption can have.
Yet, many businesses are unsure about where to start when managing cyber risks across their entire supply chain including those posed by third parties that invariably outweigh the resources available.
- Is it possible to effectively and efficiently manage cyber risk throughout the entire supply chain ecosystem?
- What are the best techniques to assess cyber risks for organisations with a very large number of suppliers?
- How can businesses improve their cyber-security resilience by modernising their approach to cyber risk management in the supply chain?
CISO at ING
CISO at Egypt Land Bank
CISO at Borgun
CISO, Head & Senior Director of Cybersecurity at Public Investment Fund
Head of Application Engineering at Nordea
Head of Cyber Security at Banco Santander
Director of Cyber Security at UBS
Manager of Client Solutions Strategy at BBVA
Manager of IT Service at UBS
Executive of Data Integration at Nedbank
Information Security Specialist at Swedbank
BBVA at NLB Bank & Singidunum University
2:20 pm: Login of the guests
2:30 pm: Welcome by The Ortus Club and short address from BlueVoyant
2:45 pm: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
4:00 pm: Discussion brought to a close and guests are encouraged to continue networking
Chairman | Bluevoyant International
Robert holds a deep background in cybersecurity & conflict, currently serving as the Chairman of BlueVoyant International. With over 20 years of public service, he held the position as Prime Minister, Tony Blair’s, Security Adviser & Principal Adviser in the Northern Ireland Peace Process. He was awarded the US Intelligence Distinguished Public Service Medal and was honoured for his services to the UK National Security by Queen Elizabeth.
Robert was previously the director of UK’s largest intelligence & security agency, the GCHQ. At his time there, he forefronted the UK’s National Cybersecurity Centre and pioneered the Active Cyber Defense program.