Cyber Risk Management London

Improve your ability to manage key cyber risk considerations including governance, integration with IT, data analysis, cyber resilience and incident management.

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Cyber Risk Management

November 18-19, London

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This course is designed for anyone who is working in or interacts with cyber risk in financial services.

The in-depth training sessions will cover a variety of need-to-know topics including the place of cyber risk in your overall risk strategy and how to integrate it with IT, cyber resilience and incident management.

Held under Chatham House rule, this training provides an interactive and collaborative learning environment where attendees can network and share best practice approaches to cyber risk management.

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What will you learn? 
  • How cyber risk fits into risk management and how to develop risk appetite limits for security risk
  • Best practice approaches to integrating risk and IT
  • How to obtain, manage and utilise risk analytics and data
  • The various options available for modelling cyber risk
  • About the relationship between cyber risk and human behaviour and how to influence the culture of cyber risk
  • Incident management and business continuity planning from an insurance perspective
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Who should attend?

Relevant departments may include but are not limited to: 

  • Operational risk 

  • Cyber risk

  • Critical infrastructure

  • Information security 

  • Risk quantification

  • Fraud prevention

  • Financial crime

  • Technology risk

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Jelena Zelenovic Matone

Senior unit head op. risk & CISO

REG & EIB Group Risk Department

Jelena has 15 years of professional experience in information security, governance, audit, risk mitigation, and implementation of best practices for large multilateral private and public sectors with global presence. Her active contributions to public and private sectors in policies, best practices, internal IT security controls, awareness programs, risk analysis and metrics have been recognized for her TA (technical assistance) on numerous occasions by IMF, EBRD, UN, etc. Quoted in the ESM history book of her Institution as one of the technology pioneers  of the ESM, she currently holds a Senior Head of Operational Risk and Cybersecurity Risk position for European Investment Bank

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Maarten van Wieren Ph.D

Managing director, cyber risk

Aon Netherlands

Maarten has been working in risk management for over 10 years, trained in financial risk management for a multinational life insurer as well as for the big-four. Over the last four years, he worked with the World Economic Forum to internationally develop the field cyber risk quantification and cyber risk management. At Aon Netherlands, he leads the Cyber Solutions Group and is responsible for serving Aon clients with state of the art solutions ranging from cyber risk management implementation to cyber insurance underwriting. Maarten holds a PhD in theoretical physics and is specialized in complex systems.

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Flavius Plesu

Former head of information security, Bank of Ireland

Founder, OutThink

•   Former Head of Information Security, Bank of Ireland
•   Founder, OutThink
•   Security Behaviour Practitioner, Research Institute in Science of Cyber Security (RISCS)

As Head of Information Security of Bank of Ireland, Flavius was responsible for all aspects of information security risk and compliance as well as managing the information security improvement programme. Having successfully built security culture and behavioural change programmes from the ground up Flavius brings an often opinionated and forward thinking view of assessing and managing human risk, but is able to do so with humour and pragmatism (mostly). An international public speaker Flavius contributes to a number of industry forums and events, openly sharing knowledge and best practice. 

Flavius is also the Founder of OutThink and Research Institute in Science of Cyber Security (RISCS) Practitioner. The primary objective of the Institute is to develop novel, innovative social-science and socio-cultural techniques for cyber security.
 

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Steffen Minkmar

Head, IT security unit

European Investment Bank

Steffen is the Head of the IT Security Unit of the European Investment Bank (EIB), the biggest multilateral financial institution in the world and one of the largest providers of climate finance.
He has more than 17 years’ experience in the areas of IT security, risk management and IT governance. He started his career in IT audit and security consultancy with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Germany and later in Hong Kong. Following this, he entered the fascinating world of multilateral development banks, where he assumed different roles such as the head of information security at the Asian Development Bank in Manila (Philippines) and IT compliance supervisor at the World Bank in Washington, DC.
After ten years working abroad, Steffen returned to Europe to work for his current employer, the European Investment Bank (EIB).
His unique exposure to all three lines of defence,  allows Steffen to look at cyber security and resilience from different perspectives. He is also the EIB representative to the Steering Board of the Computer Emergency Response Team for the EU Institutions, bodies and agencies (CERT-EU) and represents the Bank in IT Security related sub-committees of the EU institutions.

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Piyoosh Palan

Founder

Cyber Risk Management

Piyoosh Palan has 20+ years experience in security he is a founder of Cyber Risk Management a company that specialises in providing cyber & privacy consulting and governance, risk, compliance and transformation delivery services to organisations that include: HSBC, UBS, Deutsche Bank, RBS, Lloyds Bank, BP and Unilever.  

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Adri Purkayastha

Head of technology and cyber risk analytics

BNP Paribas

Adri Purkayastha is currently Head of Technology and Cyber Risk Analytics at BNP Paribas Group. He is responsible for strategy, development and roll-out of analytic solutions to support group’s ICT Risk Management Platform in areas such as Cyber, Digital, Technology and Fraud.

In Deloitte Risk Advisory, Adri led strategy development, R&D of AI and analytics solutions and partnerships in areas such as Credit Risk, Market Abuse, Cyber Risk. As product owner of the firm’s Anomaly Detection platform, he led engineering, data science, strategic R&D, sales and partnership with sector leads globally.

In Digital transformation, he led efforts in AI & analytics, data engineering for cloud native, multi-million-pound digital banking and lending proposition entirely developed in Google Cloud. Earlier, he worked as a Forensic Data Analytics consultant for FIDS, EY. Before EY, he worked in Digital Analytics Consulting for Pitney Bowes and in IoT analytics for Display Data. 

In the past, he founded companies in Consumer Internet, EdTech, renewable energy and Nanotechnology space.

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