VIPSS Sector Days – Financial Services
February 9, 2023
You’re invited to our complimentary Financial Services Sector Day presented by the Vancouver International Privacy and Security Summit in partnership with ISACA Vancouver and PwC Canada on February 9th. Join your peers and industry experts for an interactive afternoon of thought-provoking discussion where we’ll cover some of the most relevant cyber security and privacy topics impacting the Financial Services Sector in Canada today.
Our tightly packed 3-hour agenda was carefully curated by a committee of your peers in the Financial Sector.
*Please note there is also an option to attend this sector session in person in Vancouver at Suite 1400 – 250 Howe Street. To register instead for the in person option please register through Eventbrite here.
*Please note if you already have a ticket for VIPSS you will still need to register here for sector days to secure one of the 500 complimentary seats available. After the first 500 seats are gone additional seats will be available for $49 plus GST. Please make sure you indicate on your registration form which of the sector day sessions you plan on attending.
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February 9, 2023
1:05 -1:50pm PST • Virtual
Session 1: The Symbiotic Relationship between Privacy and Security, the differences and the complementary efforts, processes and technology
1:50 - 2:35pm PST • Virtual
Session 2: Is securing personal information overrated in financial institutions?
By examining whether we are securing the right amount of personal information, we can better appreciate the importance of privacy and understand how best to protect it.
2:35 - 3:00pm PST • Virtual
3:00 - 4:00pm PST • Virtual
Session 3 - Panel: CISO Panel Discussion - Ransomware and its effect on Canadian financial institutions
Financial organizations continue to face the constant threat of a ransomware attack. The increasing rate of these attacks demonstrates that adversaries have become considerably more capable of executing attacks at scale by successfully deploying the ransomware-as-a-service model. We discuss the various factors driving financial organizations to improve their cyber defense including cyber insurance, and the role of regulators within the industry.