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Staying cyber secure in treasury and finance - Prevention, detection and mitigation.
Organised in association with the ACT.

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Event title:Staying cyber secure in treasury and finance - Prevention, detection and mitigation.
Organised in association with the ACT.
Start date:Thursday 29 June 2017
Location:London
Pricing:This is a free event.
Speaker(s):Daniel Piper, Detective Sergeant for the Economic Crime Academy from City of London Police

Panelists include:
- Claire Castelli, Group Treasury Manager from Halfords
- Nadya Hijazi, Managing Director & Global Head of GLCM e-Commerce from HSBC
- James Kelly, Group Treasurer from Pearson
Event website:http://www.libf.ac.uk/
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The lecture begins on Effective prevention, detection and mitigation to strengthen and improve your organisation's resilience to cyber threat. This will cover:
  • preventing cyber attacks through effective training, solutions and strategies
  • detecting threats early with robust processes and behaviours
  • mitigating the impact of cyber threat with improved industry communication and knowledge of emerging technologies and trends

Followed by a panel discussion on Lessons learned on building and evolving your organisation's response to cyber attacks. This will cover:
  • creating a culture of security awareness and investment buy-in for effective training and technology
  • with the rapid prevalence and evolution of cyberattacks, how to build an effective response strategy?
  • lessons learned on mitigating reputational and financial damage after a cyber intrusion
  • what can we do now to reduce vulnerability and manage cyber risk?

The Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT) sets the benchmark for international treasury excellence. As the chartered body for treasury, we lead the profession through our internationally recognised suite of treasury qualifications, by defining
standards and championing continuing professional development.

We are the authentic voice of the treasury profession representing the interests of the real economy and educating, supporting and leading the treasurers of today and tomorrow.
Speaker(s): Daniel Piper, Detective Sergeant for the Economic Crime Academy from City of London Police

Panelists include:
- Claire Castelli, Group Treasury Manager from Halfords
- Nadya Hijazi, Managing Director & Global Head of GLCM e-Commerce from HSBC
- James Kelly, Group Treasurer from Pearson

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Start date and time

Thursday 29 June 2017
6pm (for 6.30pm start) followed by
networking drinks from 7.30pm to 9pm

Venue

The London Institute of Banking & Finance
8th Floor, Peninsular House, 36 Monument
LONDON
EC3R 8LJ
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Price

This is a free event.

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