An exclusive online discussion for senior security, risk, resilience and operations executives across EMEA region.
Managing operational & data risks in a real-time world
As financial organisations continue to take their operations online, the effective administration and protection of virtual assets is now more critical and challenging than ever. The interconnectedness of cyber and physical threats means that a converged security approach is essential.
As seen recently at Morgan Stanley and Citibank, a lack of rigor in data management can result in heavy fines. Concurrently, cybercriminals are amplifying their activity following the outbreak of COVID-19; the recent cyberattacks on global organisations such as Tesla demonstrated how this can expose physical security systems.
These incidents make it abundantly clear that a data-driven strategy is necessary to adapt to the evolving risk landscape, and a previously untapped resource could spell the difference: publically available data. Curating and analysing it, in real-time, could redefine the way corporate risk is addressed for years to come.
- With trillions of bytes of open-source data created every day, does your organisation have an effective curation strategy to find the information that matters?
- How confident are you that you receive the right insights into evolving threats, physical and virtual, with enough time to deliver robust crisis management
- How are your operational security challenges being addressed by your digital transformation strategy?
CEO of Risk Consulting & Cyber Solutions at Aon
CRO of Property & Casualty lines at Swiss Re
CRO at Allianz
Deputy CSOO at Unicare
VP at Northern Trust
Head of Risk at Swedbank
Head of International Security at FirstRand Banking
Head of RCSA Implementation & Controls Testing at Lloyds Banking
Head of Operational Risk Insurance at AXA XL
Manager of Operations at HSBC
Consultant of Risk Management at Aon
4:00 pm: Welcome by The Ortus Club
4:10 pm: Short address from Dataminr
4:15 pm: Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
5:00 pm: End of session