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Developed for members, by members, our 2024 FinCyber Today UK convenes our UK and European community members for a day of interactive workshops, demonstrations, discussions, and expert panels with some networking thrown in. The goal for the event is for every attendee to leave with key takeaways that they can immediately apply to protecting their firms and customers.

Learn from your fellow practitioners through sessions dedicated to specific issues, such as third party risk management, AI, and resilience, as well as industry verticals such as insurance and securities.

Meet our Global Intelligence and Member Services teams who can help you maximise the value of FS-ISAC's offerings to gain a critical edge over threat actors.

Attendance is open and free for FS-ISAC members.

We will be hosting an in-person, insider threat tabletop exercise on Monday, 23 September. This exercise is hosted in conjunction with 2024 FinCyber Today UK but registration is separate. Find out more about the exercise here.

Stay tuned for more information! 

Call for Presentations

2024 FinCyber Today UK

The theme for 2024 FinCyber Today UK is Community. Engagement. Resilience. 
The call for presentations is now open and closes 5 June. 

Members: Submit Your Presentation (via Intel X)

Sponsors: Submit Your Presentation

Non-Speaking Sponsorship

FinCyber Today UK is a one-day event with content developed to bring learning and networking together in problem-solving, solution-building sessions with a high focus on innovation.

The theme of the day is Community. Engagement. Resilience. It defines what members will take home with them. This is a dedicated day for our greater United Kingdom community, which is our second largest in the world. The day brings together an estimated 250-300 cyber and security executives, spending the day sharing, learning, and bringing our mutual challenges to the table for sector-level resilience.

Consider including stories and best practices from the work you do to protect the sector today and build long-term resilience. Our industry is interested in all aspects of cybersecurity that will make their businesses safe and more resilient: recent discussions have included AI, supplier risk, and fraud.

View CFP overview here.