CyberRisks in Financial Services – from theory to solutions
9 October 2014
09:00 — 09:30
Registration & Welcome Coffee
09:30 — 10:00
10:00 — 12:00
Part ICyber Risks: Operational and systemic risks
The risks that we face and expose: from identity theft to cyber financial criminality until computer espionage and state attacks.
Existing legal framework – Solutions to improve, the need of sectorial regulations and financial CERT.
The necessity to implement the best standards and practices
BNR (Romanian National Bank) and ASF (Financial Services Authority) initiatives of domain regulatory in the context of new national legislation
From auditing to supervision on continuous basis, starting from risks
To define financial and IT infrastructure of national importance
Reduce legal and reputational risks
The role of education and training
12:00 — 12:30
12:30 — 14:00
Part IICyber risks management solutions?
How do we protect the financial services consumers from attacks on the financial institutions?
The IT vendors’ products and services designed to protect financial services beneficiary.
New cyber technologies, stability or risk factors? How do we approach the cloud computing, social media, informational anarchy?
Big data – where is our visual identity and who has access?
Legal exposure to using the Internet, financial services e-commerce, dematerialized payments and international payment and settlement systems, virtual currencies, aggravating factors in the absence of professional solutions.