Event set to highlight increasing threats posed by cyber crime

Business, Technology | Wed 18 May | Author – Business & Finance

Aimed at the financial sector, a breakfast briefing taking place on May 26th at the The Gibson Hotel in Dublin will offer practical examples on how to improve cyber risk oversight within an organisation.

Cyber Risk International marries cyber security with risk management to deliver effective cyber risk management.

“The best people to protect your organisation from cyber risks are your people. They understand and care for your business better than anyone,” said Dwyer.

Armed with 25 years’ experience in dealing with cyber risk from a military, law enforcement and enterprise perspective, Dwyer will inform the audience on what the cyber risk landscape is comprised of today and what they can do to protect their organisations in developing a cyber risk oversight strategy.

Paul C Dwyer will explain the requirements and guidance issued by the Central Bank of Ireland in relation to cyber security.

This intimate event will only be attended by a select small number of financial services executives with responsibility for cyber risk within their organisations.

During the session, Paul C Dwyer will outline key components, including understanding your cyber inherent risk score and how that relates to the appropriate maturity level of your controls.

Attendees will learn how to develop a cyber strategy and will discover exactly what is required and how to obtain the ‘evidence’ that your cyber security programme is appropriate for your institution.

The plenary session will conclude with a Q&A session.

Places are limited and strictly limited to senior executives in the financial service industry.

For information or to apply for tickets, click here.