I take this opportunity to invite you to the “Banking CISO Roundtable”, presented by Checkpoint in association with PwC, to be held on 18th March 2016 at The Trident BKC, Bandra, Mumbai.
We would like to extend an exclusive invitation to you to participate as an expert panellist in the exclusive roundtable for Security Leaders from Financial Services Industry, to discuss the security threats and challenges faced by them. The issues, threats, challenges and solutions have been collated under guidance from a recent study by PwC. The subject of this discussion has been identified as- “Turnaround and transformation in cyber security: Financial services.”
We have listed the following topics under this discussion, but would welcome your inputs on these points to make this program more holistic and a great learning experience to all the participating CISOs.
Please find attached a brief background note & topics of Panel discussion for your reference and perusal. I personally look forward to seeing you at the event.
To make it convenient for you to attend, have made arrangements for pick & drop from your office or home. Kindly confirm your participation and do let us know your office address to pick you up.
Confirmed Panelist for Round Table
Nanda Dulal Kundu
Bank Of Baroda
Head – IT Security – Information Technology
K R C Murty
VP and CTO
Vice President – Head Datacenter & Information Security Officer
Vice President – Technology
National Payments Corporation of India
VP – Information Security
Motilal Oswal Securities Limited
Chief Information Security Manager
Chief Information Security Officer
Edelweiss Financial Services Limited
A C Choksi Share Brokers Private Limited
Maya R Nair
Asst Vice President – Security Operations
S Raghunatha Reddy
Senior Vice President-Information Technology, Head-Information Security
UTI AMC Ltd
A Shiju Rawther
AVP – IT Infrastructure and Security Operations,
Date: Mumbai – 18 March 2016 | 7.00 pm to 9.30 pm
Venue: The Trident BKC, Bandra, Mumbai
Location: Cullinan hall
Topics of discussion – The most significant cyber security challenges
· Security protocols/standards of third-party vendors
· Rapidly evolving, sophisticated, & complex technologies
· Cross-border data exchanges
· Increased use of mobile technologies by customers.
· Heightened information security threats from outside the country