Fast-Moving Financial Fraud: How Well-Protected is Your Financial Institution?
With Global financial markets at a historical turning point, we’re meeting to address how banks and financial organisations in Germany can stay ahead of state-sponsored cyber gangs, brooding black swan attacks and crypto-jacking fraud.
Whilst ‘traditional’ online banking fraud remains a consistent threat, more advanced social engineering presents the need for banks and critical infrastructure to gain deeper visibility into risk.
This executive discussion will provide insights into the warnings issued by BaFin to address how German banks can prepare and protect against DDoS attacks and socially engineered fraud.
We’ll pose some interactive questions to the group to determine how banks can optimise their risk mitigation strategies and protect against fast-moving fraud.
Discussion topics include:
Which strategies are effective against state-sponsored and gang-type black swan attacks?
How can a traditional, cautious bank future-proof against fast-moving fraudsters?
Socially engineered threat trends targeting German banks
Is server-side or client-side threat detection more effective against attacks?
Join ISMG’s financial services security correspondent, Christian Pyrros, for a moderated discussion that will feature insight from Iain Swaine, Director EMEA, Global Advisory at event sponsor, BioCatch and a handful of executives from banks in the region.
Advance registration is kindly required as spaces are limited.