CYBERCON LONDON 2021

Managing Fraud Risk & Cyber Security

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We are delighted to welcome the UK Cyber Security Association (UKCSA) as a platinum partner of CyberCon London 2021 – the ultimate gathering of top-level experts in the field of cyber security and financial fraud investigation, who will be joined by business leaders and C-level executives, including CIOs, CISOs, CTOs, IT managers and risk and compliance directors from businesses across all industries.

The event will take place online on 12 & 13 May 2021 and will offer delegates a “jargon free" learning opportunity delivered through a set of top-level keynotes, insightful case studies and presentations, interactive panel discussions and live Q&A sessions focusing on the most pressing matters in cyber security today.

Key topics that will be addressed include:

  • Cyber crime in 2021: what’s new and what’s different

  • Online presence and how to build a resilient and secure business

  • How to handle initial suspicions of financial crime within your business

  • The importance of managing the human risk of financial fraud and how to do it

  • Passwordless authentication

 

The event is designed to provide delegates with a comprehensive understanding of the latest threat channels and build an adequate skillset, from detection and prevention through to dealing with an attack, to create adequate Cyber Security strategies for their organisation.

Commenting on the partnership, Lisa Ventura, CEO & Founder of The UK Cyber Security Association said: “We are honoured to partner with CyberCon London 2021. COVID-19 has brought cyber security to the forefront of many organisations and this event will give a deep dive into key topics and themes surrounding cyber security and the pandemic which we are proud to be a part of.”

To see the full list of speakers, please go to CyberCon London 2021 speakers

To see the full agenda, please go to CyberCon London 2021 agenda

To register your place today, please go to CyberCon London 2021 Registration

Mark Azzopardi, managing director of Working Town, the organiser of CyberCon London 2021, said “We are delighted to partner with The UK Cyber Security Association – one of the key players in the field of cyber security. Covid-19 has resulted in a radical rethink of many aspects of business operation for organisations, including their security and privacy protocols. Cybersecurity and financial crime are at the heart of the debate, particularly given the exponential rise of these crimes in the past 12 months. CyberCon London 2021 will provide a vital platform for the discussion of the issues that really matter to industry leaders and the prosperity of their businesses.”

Media Enquiries:

Minerva PR
Malika Shermatova – malika@minervapr.co.uk

Media attendance is free. To register please contact Malika Shermatova