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2022 CyberCrime for Financial Services Directors Forum

The essential event for financial services directors needing to understand the risks for cybercrime to their businesses.

Description

Join your industry peers at the 2022 CyberCrime for Financial Services Director's Forum in March, delivered live online via MS Teams. Hear from a range of world leading experts on a range of highly topical subjects, including:

  • The current cyber threat landscape - are we prepared? 
  • Combatting cybercrime from the top down: the importance of digital literacy in the boardroom
  • Hiding in plain sight: Defending against the insider threat
  • Assessing the cyber threat from Russia to Financial Services businesses
  • Legislating against cybercrime: a review of the current legislative landscape and possible future developments

 

Key information

Date  

29 March

   
CPD  

9am-12pm

 
CPD  

Live Online

 
CPD  

3 hours

 
CPD  

£165

 

 

Highlights

  • Virtually delivered using award-winning platform MS Teams
  • Features leading industry-expert speakers from local Government agencies & industry
  • CPD certificates awarded for attendance 
  • Hear the latest industry developments

 

Agenda

Time

 

Topic

08:45-09:00   Registration & networking
     
09:00-09:10   Welcome from the Forum Chair
Andrew Horbury, Director at the School of International Financial Services
     
09:10-09:40   Combatting cybercrime from the top down: Why Cyber Security starts in the boardroom
Matthew Parker, Chief Information Security Officer at Mourant
     
09:40-10:10   A review of case studies in cybercrime
Sandip Patel QC, Managing Partner at Aliant Law
     
10:10-10:40   Panel discussion: The current cyber threat landscape - are we prepared?
Andrew Horbury, Chris Beechey, Stephanie Peat, Mike Jones, Matt Palmer & Alan Chambers
     
10:40-10:50   Refreshment break
     
10:50-11:20   Assessing the cyber threat from Russia to Financial Services businesses
Mark Tibbs, Cyber Intelligence Director at Mishcon De Reya Cyber
     
11:20-11:50   Back to basics: The importance of ensuring cyber security awareness throughout your organisation
Arthur Mainja, Chair of the Channel Islands Information Security Forum (CIISF)
     
11:50-12:00   Chairman's summary & closing remarks
Andrew Horbury, Director at the School of International Financial Services
     

Speakers

Andrew Horbury FICA (Chair)

Director & Expert-traininer at the Schools of International Financial Services

Andrew Horbury 

Andrew Horbury FICA is a Director at the School of International Financial Services. Andrew provides training and education on his areas of subject matter expertise including anti-money laundering, financial crime prevention, risk management, financial technology, blockchain and cryptocurrency.

Andrew joined SIFS from another professional education provider where he sat as their Global Head of Blockchain & Cryptocurrency and a Senior Lecturer in Anti-Money Laundering & Financial Crime Prevention for a number of years.

Andrew is frequently engaged as an advisor and consultant by a range of financial services businesses across a number of jurisdictions.

Andrew is a Fellow of the International Compliance Association, having completed the Professional Postgraduate Diploma in Financial Crime Compliance. Andrew previously studied law at the University of London and International Financial Services at the University of Buckingham.


Sandip Patel QC FCIArb

Managing Partner, United Kingdom Practice at Alliant

Helen Hatton 

Sandip Patel QC FCIArb specialist in corporate, banking and financial service law. He advises clients across a range of industries and geographies, providing proactive and commercial legal advice on a broad range of corporate transactions including restructuring and insolvency, public and private fundraisings, this includes providing ongoing operation, regulatory and compliance services to investment funds and the project management of VCT public transactions requiring compliance with the Listing Rules and Prospectus Rules.

He appears in domestic and international commercial disputes concerning fraud, finance, goods and services, energy and natural resources and construction. He appears in international arbitrations conducted under the rules of various institutions (ICSID, ICC, HKIAC, LCIA) and ad hoc proceedings under the UNCITRAL Rules within civil law and common-law jurisdictions. He appeared recently in a reported international arbitration case on the enforcement in England of a New York Convention award ([2018] EWHC 2713 (Comm)).

As head of Scarmans’ Data Protection Team and Chief Adviser to OSP Cyber Academy, he advises organisations on data laws, privacy, protection, and cyber security. He is Chairperson of the Cybercrime Practitioners’ Association. 

In the “Leading silks” list, The Legal 500 United Kingdom guide to outstanding silks nationwide said this about him, “He has a pleasing and reassuring courtroom manner”, “a very good all-round advocate, who is quick on his feet in court”. Described as “a truly exceptional lawyer with a phenomenal eye for detail.


Matt Palmer

Director at Jersey' Cyber Emergency Response Team (CERT)

Helen Hatton 

Matt Palmer has more than 20 years' experience in cyber and information security risk. He worked in London and New York as a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) then Senior Director, Risk and Software as a Service (SaaS), at global insurance broker Willis Towers Watson, and has lived in Jersey for a decade.

In 2021, Matt was appointed as director for the newly established Jersey Cyber Emergency Response Team (CERT), responsible for promoting and improving the cyber resilience across the Island’s critical national infrastructure, business communities and citizens to reduce the risk and impact of major cyber incidents in Jersey.

Jersey’s CERT forms part of an international cyber emergency response network and represents the interests of Jersey internationally, helping to maintain and strengthen the Island’s international reputation as a safe place to live and to do business online.

The CERT can also provide expert assistance in the case of a cyber security incident. The CERT is an independent voice for cyber security and designed to operate at arm’s length from Government.


Stephanie Peat

Director of Digital and Telecoms Policy at the Government of Jersey

Helen Hatton 

Former Strategy Manager for Ofcom and Head of Strategy for Freesat, Stephanie Peat came to the States of Jersey role in 2013 with a varied digital skill set. In her current position, she has set the digital vision and, in October 2017, delivered Jersey’s first Island-wide Cyber Security Strategy.


Arthur Mainja

Chairman of the Channel Islands Information Security Forum (CIISF) & Senior Manager at KPMG Crown Dependencies

Helen Hatton 

Arthur is a senior level technology and risk professional with over 19 years’ experience in providing advisory, assurance and audit services in risk management and technology to a wide range of industries.

Arthur has been with KPMG since 2006 and leads digital advisory, information systems security and controls engagements. His key responsibilities include leading the IT Audit function and advising on digital, cyber security, information security and controls reviews, including ISO 27001, and service organisation assurance reporting.

Arthur is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Information Security, a Certified Chief Information Security Officer, a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Security Auditor (CISA) and a Fellow of the Association of Chartered and Certified Accountants (FCCA).

Arthur is also the Chairman of the Channel Islands Information Security Forum (CIISF) and regularly speaks in cyber security and risk management.


Mike Jones

Managing Director, Mourant Consulting at Mourant

Mike Jones 

Mike is Managing Director of Mourant Consulting, a governance, risk and compliance consultancy business.

Prior to establishing Mourant Consulting, Mourant was Director of Policy & Risk at the Jersey Financial Services Commission (JFSC).

He has 20+ years regulatory experience at the Jersey & Australian Financial Services regulators.


Matthew Parker

Chief Information Security Officer at Mourant

Matthew Parker 

Matthew is an experienced leader with over 20 years' Information Security and Cyber Security experience. Coming from a consulting background he has led the Security team at Mourant for nearly 6 years and has overseen their certification against ISO 27001, the internationally recognised standard for Information Security Management, as well as meeting various Cyber regulatory requirements.


Mark Tibbs

Cyber Intelligence Director at Mishcon De Reya Cyber

Mark Tibbs 

Mark is the Director of the Cyber Intelligence team at MDR Cyber. The team provide cyber intelligence and investigations services, helping organisations and individuals to understand threats and mitigate losses.

Mark worked in the field of cyber investigations and intelligence for nearly a decade before joining Mishcon, working within British law enforcement and a cyber threat intelligence start-up. He has experience of leading teams in the production of high-quality intelligence services for international government and corporate customers.

With a passionate interest in cybercrime and intelligence, Mark holds an undergraduate degree in Psychology and a Master's degree in Forensic Computing and Cybercrime investigation from University College Dublin.


Chief Inspector Chris Beechey

States of Jersey Police

Chris Beechey 

After graduating from Swansea University with a degree in Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Chief Inspector Chris Beechey pursued a career in the Oil Industry, working in Papua New Guinea, Burma, West Africa, Europe, Southern United States and Alaska before joining Avon and Somerset Police in 1995.

Three years later, he transferred to the States of Jersey Police where for the last 24 years he has worked across the full breadth of policing holding such positions of responsibility as Detective Inspector & Detective Chief Inspector CID and Public Protection and the Director of Intelligence.

Chris is currently responsible for Community Policing and a number of support functions such as firearms training and response, emergency and event planning and linked to today’s event, operational delivery of the Force’s Cyber-Crime prevention strategy. He is also Chair of the Islands multiagency Fraud Prevention Forum.


Alan Chambers

G-CISO at the Office of Cyber-Security & Information Assurance, Isle of Man

Alan Chambers 

Biography to follow.


Sponsors

Central Associates  

Central Associates 

Central Associates is a London-based investigation business covering a diverse range of worldwide assignments. We have an outstanding team of investigation and intelligence experts who can provide a bespoke solution to our clients’ concerns.

www.centralassociates.com

 

Become a sponsor  

Become one of our sponsors! 

To find out more about sponsoring this event, please contact events@sifs.co.uk

 

Educational partners

CIISF  

The Channel Islands Information Security Forum (CIISF)

Public interest in cybersecurity has never been higher. However, not everyone knows how to respond. The CIISF public awareness programme reaches the public, educators, policymakers, business and community leaders, and professionals.

CIISF members qualify for a 20% discount when registering to attend this event.

www.cissf.org

 

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