In a recent Financial Services research report, almost 60% of respondents said that they are not confident in their ability to recover fully from a cyber attack.
Regulators across the globe are grouping to define far more exacting standards and policies for cyber recoverability – such as the new Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA) in the EU, UK Operational Resilience SoP, and US issued Sound Practices. These (not necessarily synchronized) efforts significantly increase the burden put on large, international organizations, which begs the question: “who is it good for?”
Join this new panel to learn what these regulations mean for your company, its implications on cyber resiliency strategies, and practical guidance to adhere to the regulation.
Topics of discussion include:
- Cyber resilience regulations and implications for the financial sector
- How to establish KPIs, collect evidence and implement measurement of ICT resilience and recoverability
- Ways to automate the process of proving audit compliance
- Santosh Pandit, Head of Cybersecurity at Bank of England
- Itay Mesholam, Field CTO – Resiliency & Cybersecurity at Dell
- Dick Wilkinson, Former Chief of Cyber Development at US Department of Defense and former CISO at New Mexico Supreme Court
- Doron Pinhas, Co-Author of the NIST Special Publication; ‘Security Guidelines for Storage’ and CTO at Continuity