Gavin Henderson, David Cox, and Philippe Lopez, Mastercard
Mastercard has established a state-of-the-art European Cyber Resilience Centre (ECRC) in Waterloo, Belgium. Designed to promote strong collaboration between the public and private sectors, the ECRC enables Mastercard to drive better prevention and mitigation practices against international cybercrime and wider security threats.
Ron Green, Mastercard
During the pandemic we have seen an acceleration in the digital shift of our global economy. This has been particularly impactful to our Financial Services sector. This keynote will explore the increasingly important role of global collaboration and information sharing in keeping data secure and our sector resilient.
Ron Green is Chief Security Officer for Mastercard, where he leads a global team that ensures the safety and security of the company's network, as well as internal and external products and services. He is responsible for corporate security, security architecture and engineering, cryptographic key management, business continuity, disaster recovery and emergency management. Ron is a member of the company’s Management Committee.
David Aubrey-Jones, NatWest Group | Jon Leather, Lloyds Banking | Matthew Phillips, Nationwide Building Society
The SolarWinds attack should be a ‘wake-up call’ to the threats of the supply chain and is one of one of a series of damaging attacks. This panel session of supply chain security specialists will examine this growing threat and give their advice on how this can be proactively addressed efficiently and effectively.
Maurits Lucas, Intel 471 and Teresa Walsh, FS-ISAC
This session will give an overview of the origins of the CU-GIRs and the challenges it helps solve including sharing experiences on implementing the CU-GIR methodology in FS-ISAC's CTI team.
Mike Chung, ING
In today’s complicated world, particular threats are both overstated and understated. Proactive security, being prepared for certain events, is becoming dangerous to rely upon when volatility kicks in. A reactive stance performs better on managing threats efficiently, preparing for a wide range of unknown threats, and minimizing damage.
Threat Intelligence is all the rage. Everyone is "doing Cyber Threat Intelligence". Unfortunately, these programs are failing. They are failing to produce results and failing to show value. This talk goes over the pitfalls of starting a Cyber Intelligence Program as a way to explain how to create a successful program.
The Intelligence Architecture Map is based on interviews of industry experts, former intelligence practitioners, and my personal views. It represents a logical and meaningful way of how I see the different aspects of producing intelligence should be put together. The purpose of the map is to drive a high-level conversation with board stakeholders.
Sharon Barber, Lloyds Banking | Mimoent Haddouti, Rabobank
This CISO panel will be a discussion on current hot topics and trends.