Building Resilience in Financial Services
In November 2018, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) published a cross-sector report exploring the sophistication of cyber and technology risks that firms today are faced with. As we have seen in 2018, data breaches have put many reputable brands such as British Airways and Facebook under scrutiny, causing reputational damage and financial losses.
The report also highlights that 20% of operational incidents (e.g. IT outages) reported by firms were linked to weaknesses in change management, suggesting a disparity between expectation and reality. So, as we step into the second quarter of 2019, it’s important for firms to re-assess the cyber and technology risks they are exposed to, and ensure they have the right practices in place to avoid and address these.
Join us and Eze Castle Integration as we share guidance on:
- Cyber and Technology Resiliency Best Practices
- Essential Components of Operational Resiliency, and
- Recognising High-Risk and Creating a Security CultureRisks Associated with Information Sharing and Managing Third-Parties.
- Robert Allen, Partner, Simmons & Simmons
- Dean Hill, Executive Director, Eze Castle Integration
- Gary Shaw, Associate Director, Eze Castle Integration
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