60 IT Execs To Meet, Talk Financial Services Cyber Security

It’s no secret the IQPC Exchange format brings value and business to vendors and end users alike, and next week’s Financial Services Cyber Security Exchange in London will further prove how the format has become so successful.

Held at the Luton Hoo Resort & Spa in Bedfordshire on Jan. 31 and Feb. 1, speakers from 16 Financial Services industry organizations will take the stage for keynotes, panels, and think tanks to discuss the threats, challenges, and successes when facing cyber security in the most widely attacked vertical.

“As the most targeted sector by cyber crime, it is imperative that the financial services industry continuously stays ahead of the game,” said Jemma Boom, event director. “The [Exchange] will bring together 60 senior information security executives and decision makers from across Europe. This popular invitation-only meeting is open to C-Suite level, Directors, Heads of, and VPs who are responsible for driving Information Security strategies forward in their organizations to stay ahead of advancing threats and promote security awareness across the company.”

The event will kick-off with a keynote from Dr. Jamie Shea, Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges at NATO.

The next 36 hours of information sessions will include how to actively diagnose and catch a cyber attack in just minutes, as opposed to the 146 day average hackers go undetected inside a company’s system; a look at the company’s security posture before, during, and after an attack; a live hacking presentation; and how to remain compliant in a heavily regulated industry.

Security in the mobile landscape is the focal point of the Enterprise Mobility Exchange: Security West event to be held April 24 and 25 in Phoenix, Arizona, where 40 CIOs, CISOs, Directors, VPs, and Heads of IT will gather for an information sharing strategy session, featuring a two-day agenda packed with speakers, roundtables, and networking opportunities.

To learn more about the Exchange format and how it works, visit the Security West Coast site here.

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