Tabletop exercises are a crucial component for enhancing threat and vulnerability management plans in fintech. Paige Johnson, Executive Director and Head of Americas Firmwide Simulation Utility at JP Morgan Bank, discusses the origin and development of these exercises.
How exercise scenarios are chosen (7:46)
Have exercises turned into reality (10:20)
The range of tabletop exercises in use today (12:42)
The best ways to engage senior leadership in exercises (17:57)
How to start an exercise program (20:27)
The differences between internal and external exercises (33:45)
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Paige Johnson is an ED and the Americas Head of Resiliency Simulations in Cybersecurity & Technology Controls at JPMorgan Chase. Paige is the Americas Head of Resiliency Simulations for the Firmwide Simulation...Read More
Utility (FSU) leading a team of Exercise Planners. The FSU is responsible for leading complex, high risk scenario driven examinations of the Firms most critical business and technology services to ensure the Firm is prepared to mitigate risk effectively in the event of a real-world incident or crisis. Paige and her team also lead industry-wide exercises that guide the sector in the exploration of systemic risks and the testing and strengthening of cross sector resiliency capabilities. Paige is also Co-Chair of the Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council (FSSCC) Exercise Committee. In this role, Paige provides industry leadership on the development and execution of industry-wide exercises, drives actions identified during industry engagements to closure to ensure continued and increased resiliency in the industry, and sponsors the growth and maturity of exercise programs across the sector. Leadership of the Exercise Committee allows Paige to facilitate the partnership between peer firms and government established industry groups to exercise the industry’s response and resiliency capabilities in the event of a systemic crisis. Paige joined JPMorgan Chase in 2013 coming from PNC Bank and has a background in anti-money laundering and compliance. Paige is a member of the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists, has her CompTia Security + Certification, and has a Bachelor’s degree in Business with a concentration in Marketing from Miami University.
Elizabeth is a storyteller at the intersection of technology and money. Layer in geopolitics and the criminal underworld and you get today's issues in cybersecurity for the global financial system. Crypto. Web...Read More
3.0. Quantum. AI. Ransomware. Privacy. Regulation. Zero-days. Supply chain attacks. Developing new and diverse talent. How to protect the future of money. These are the topics Elizabeth asks top executives and experts in the field about on FinCyber Today.