The cyber threat landscape has shifted dramatically in the past 12 months. With the global cost of crime expected to reach a phenomenal $10.5 trillion annually by 2025 we are on course to witness the greatest transfer of economic wealth in history.

The global pandemic has undoubtedly been instrumental in this shift placing even more pressure on business leaders, CTOs, CIOs, CISOs, and risk and compliance managers to rapidly devise robust strategies and adapt their organisation’s fraud and cyber security controls to new working environment and new threats. In addition and beyond maintaining good practice, businesses also need to be prepared to answer questions from financial regulators.

With new and sophisticated methods such as synthetic identity fraud and deep fake on the rise, it is really the “survival of the fittest” according to Experian who predicts that “businesses with lackluster fraud prevention tools and insufficient online security technology will suffer large financial losses in 2021 and beyond.”. But with the threat landscape and crime patterns changing at a phenomenal pace, just how on earth does one keep up and on top of their game? Well, having a comprehensive cyber security and fraud management protocols are a good start, but working with external sources and platforms such as the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), the newly launched UK Cyber Security Council, the official governing body on training and standards, and indeed the UK Cyber Security Association and CyberCon London 2021 could provide businesses with the additional support and development required to keep abreast.

The forthcoming CyberCon London 2021 is set to provide delegates with a comprehensive understanding of the latest threat channels and build an adequate skillset, from detection and prevention through to dealing with an attack, to create adequate cyber security strategies for their organisation.

Delivered in a “jargon free” style through a set of top-level keynotes, insightful case studies and presentations, interactive panel discussions and live Q&A sessions focusing on the most pressing matters in cyber security today, the experts will address areas such as:

  • Cyber crime in 2021: what’s new and what’s different
  • Online presence and how to build a resilient and secure business
  • How to handle initial suspicions of financial crime within your business
  • The importance of managing the human risk of financial fraud and how to do it
  • Passwordless authentication – can organizations eliminate passwords for their employees or customers today? What are the technologies available in this space and what are the state of the art, opportunities, and inhibitors.

Tickets are £80pp (excl. VAT) and can be purchased via CyberCon London 2021 Registration

To see the full list of speakers, please go to CyberCon London 2021 speakers

To see the full agenda, please go to CyberCon London 2021 agenda

For further information about CyberCon London 2021 please contact:

Minerva PR
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