Highlighting the opportunities of using technology in the fight against cybercrime in the banking environment, will be the main aim of the Cyber Security in Banking Conference.
The conference will take place at the Indaba Hotel in Johannesburg on 23 & 24 August 2017, and will feature industry leaders who will be presenting a wide variety of topics and case studies that will highlight the latest trends and development in cyber security.
This year’s event with a revamped programme offers a comprehensive and multi-facetted agenda relevant to all banking and financial services professionals in the cyber security industry. The relevance of this event is highlighted through the Cybercrimes and Cybersecurity Bill which is in the process of being enacted.
A look at some members of the speaker panel:
- Kris Budnik, Cyber Africa leader, PwC
- Godfrey Kutumela, Flex Pre-Sales and Product Development, Curve Group
- Guy Venter, Regional Manager, Daon SA
- Tunde Ogunkoya, Consulting Partner, DeltaGRiC Consulting
- Candice Sutherland, Business Development Underwriter, iTOO Special Risks
- Steve Jump, Head: Corporate Information Security Governance, Telkom
- Craig Rosewarne, Managing Director, Wolfpack Information Risk
- Bernard Ford, Chief Executive Officer, One Channel
- Phillip Nicklos, Principal System Architect, Authlogics
- Shikesh Lalbahadur, Senior Product Manager – Ninzi-Connect Software
- Prem Mungul, Director Ninzi-Connect Software
- Jacques Louw, Head: Cyber Defence Practice, MWR Infosecurity
- Matt Marx, Co-Founder, Zenoic
Professionals working in the following sections will benefit from attending this conference:
*information security *fraud prevention *anti- money laundering* economic rime * data management governance, risk & compliance*cybercrime*cyber security *cyber risk and insurance*IT audits* IT infrastructure & operational IT* network security* information systems * ICT risk* mobile banking and payments *digital channels*business analysis* data privacy * IT security*channel strategy and implementation* IT architectures* digital security & risk* fraud*
Registration Fee: R8 800 + VAT = R10 032.00 p.p
12% Group registration (3 or more): R7 744.00 + VAT = R8 828.16 p.p
20% Group registration (5 or more): R7 040.00 + VAT = R8 025.06 p.p
Registration cost does not include transport and accommodation
Alternatively contact TCI on +27 (0) 11 803 1553