Cybercrime increasing due to lack of network security – Denial-of-service hackers, financial fraudsters, organised criminal gangs and unfriendly attacks

South Africa is one of the world’s top cybercrime hot-spots. The cyber onslaught continues from all directions –wherever the attacks come from, they are increasing in numbers and becoming more difficult to defend against. Recently, WannaCry, the ransomware campaign wreaked havoc globally and locked up more than 200 000 computers in more than 150 countries.

Trade Conferences International (TCI) brings you Cyber Security in Banking Conference 2017. Taking place on 23 & 24 August at Indaba Hotel, Johannesburg – the conference will discuss the significance of cyber threats facing the banking and financial industry. We have put together an exclusive speaker panel featuring thought-leadership who will update attendees on cybercrime and cyber security bill, innovation and technology: investing in cyber security, latest cyber trends and the future of cyber security.

Some of the speakers who will be partnering with us include Godfrey Kutumela-Curve Group, Kris Budnik-PwC South Africa, Guy Venter-Daon SA, Phillip Nicklos-Authlogics, Candice Sutherland-Itoo Risk, Craig Rosewarne-Wolfpack Information Risk and more.

Organised by TCI, a leading banking and financial conferencing company, this must-attend event will provide a thorough assessment of the dangers in cyberspace and how the industry can invest in better defences for a more secure future. Previous attendees of our previous installments had this to say:

“Practical & latest threats were discussed.” – Willie Strydom , FNB Cyber Security in Banking Conference  2015.

“It was well organized and the speakers were experts in their field” – Moosa Bala: Nedbank, Banking Big Data and Analytics Conference 2015

Save the date (23 & 24 August 2017) and take advantage to be updated on the latest in cybersecurity concerns in the African banking market. Request an early bird registration form and receive a discounted fee of R2000.00 p.p

For more information, contact the project manager: Karabo Mnguni

For speaker opportunities, contact the project manager: Karabo Mnguni:

For exhibition and sponsorship opportunities tailored for you, contact Marketing, Communications & Operations Coordinator, Jason Joseph:

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