Get Real on Cyber Risk
How Perception is NOT Reality
About the Event
The perception prevails that the physical remoteness of Guernsey in some way immunises firms operating on the island from attention and attacks by cyber criminals. Juxtaposed with this is the fact that we're constantly told about the huge threat that cyber poses to our businesses – with regulators, customers and shareholders increasingly expecting management to respond to this risk.
We need to get real and realise that these criminals don’t have any boundaries or scruples and that awareness is crucial to get ahead of this risk
|08:00am||Coffee, Breakfast Snacks & Registration|
|08:30am||Welcome & Opening Remarks|
|08:45am||Presentations & Panel Discussion
Questions from the audience
Discussion topics include:
- Emerging trends in cyber attacks and a response to these trends
- What issues around cyber risk arise regularly on Guernsey and what practical steps can businesses take to address these issues and mitigate the risk
- How to obtain the right type of information on cyber risk to give management the tools they need to make informed decisions
- How to build a strong framework to assess and introduce cutting edge technologies that will give you a competitive advantage without opening the door to cyber attacks
Oliver de la Fosse is a senior manager with PwC Channel Islands and a multi-disciplinary member of the firm’s advisory team....
Richard is a Partner in the Dispute Resolution & Regulatory team at Appleby, specialising in corporate and commercial litigation and regulatory...
Joe Sefton Jenkins is Chief Technology Officer at Microgen Financial Systems. In this global position he has overall responsibility for the...
Anthony Young is a Founding Director at Bridewell Consulting one of the UK’s leading independent Cyber Security Companies certified by the...
Robin Newbould is the Managing Director of BullionRock, a business he established at the start of 2012 which offers clients precious...