Please find a summary video below of the 11th Annual Payments UK Cyber Security & Fraud Seminar which took place on Tuesday 27 and Wednesday 28 October.
This event has a tradition of thought leadership and challenging debate that seeks to offer genuine professional development value to cyber security and fraud professionals in the banking and payments sector.
This year’s theme is the convergence between fraud and cyber security and cyber resilience. A day of thought provoking presentations and debates will culminate in an evening networking opportunity.
Payments UK, following the industry centric focus of their predecessor organisations, APACS and the Payments Council, has over 10 years of experience delivering high quality events focused on security challenges of banking & payments. Last year’s event received overwhelming positive feedback from over 200 delegates.
A Two Day Event
In addition to the traditional day of specialist presentations and panels for the cyber security and fraud community Payments UK will host a second day with morning and afternoon briefing sessions on Wednesday 28 October. This event is intended for non-specialist banking and payments professionals with a requirement or interest to gain insight and understanding of cyber and fraud threats.
Who Should Attend?
Tuesday 27 October: Full day briefing + networking drinks
Audience: Cyber Security & Fraud professionals
Audience Specialism: MD, Director, Senior VP, VP, CSO, CISO, Senior Manager, Manager, Global Head, Head Analyst, specialist, advisor, consultant, managing consultant, principal consultant
Wednesday 28 October: Morning briefing
Target Audience: Junior and middle management in banking and payments who are not cyber security or fraud professionals
Audience Specialism: Including but not limited to: Operations, Audit, Compliance, Risk Management, Risk Analytics, Corporate Comms, Media relations
Wednesday 28 October: Afternoon briefing
Target Audience: CEO, Executive, Senior Executive and Board, non-executive directors, independent non-executive directors who are not cyber security or fraud professionals
Audience Specialism: All managerial and leadership functions to which cyber threat could impact operations in anyway. (Director, MD, Senior VP, VP, Global Head, Head)