To ensure future relevance in light of aggressive competition from new FinTech and other non-traditional players, many large banking and financial service institutions were already undertaking digital transformation efforts to maintain their competitive advantage as global digital platforms.
The abrupt shift to work-from-home arrangements caused by the pandemic caused some organisations to accelerate their digital transformation priorities, with many investing in solutions to secure and enable their newly remote workforce. The ripple effects of these changes will continue to be felt by security teams in 2021 and beyond as they work to reduce the size of their expanded attack surface.
Now, against a backdrop of increased threats and an all-but inevitable global recession, financial institutions are having to refocus their security strategies, budgets and priorities. Is it possible to break from the short-term decisions made during the pandemic and develop long-term, future-proofed strategies?
Join us to discuss:
- How to meet the needs of today’s agile digital business yet maintain business security
- How to thrive in a more connected, and more regulated world
- How can CISO’s reduce costs and drive increased automation of critical security processes
- How to manage fragmented security programs to stop attacks from slipping through the cracks
- How to migrate multiple security systems from disparate vendors into a manageable solution with reduced complexity.
- How to decrease the complexity, size and diversity of your attack surface
|Thursday 18th June|
|16:00||Welcome & Introductions
|16:10||Interactive Discussion: "Can security be future proofed? How accelerated digitization in 2020 has changed the risk to large financial institutions"
Aftab Afzal, Regional Director UK & Netherlands, Skybox Security
Mike Heredia, Vice President, Global System Integrator Channels, Skybox Security
Caroline Paddle, Regional Director, UK, Skybox Security
|17:15||Q&A Session & Wrap-up|