Future of Security, New Zealand 2022

23 June 2022

Cordis Auckland

Going into 2022, cyber-attacks remain the most difficult threat and risk in the financial services industry despite significant advances by the sector to boost cyber defence, vigilance and resilience. Cybercriminals are still one step ahead of the game, increasing the precision, sophistication and intensity of their malicious attacks along with the take-up of digital products and services providing ample opportunity for cybercrime.

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Complimentary for FSI Executives

Going into 2022, cyber-attacks remain the most difficult threat and risk in the financial services industry despite significant advances by the sector to boost cyber defence, vigilance and resilience. Cybercriminals are still one step ahead of the game, increasing the precision, sophistication and intensity of their malicious attacks along with the take-up of digital products and services providing ample opportunity for cybercrime.

Join us on Thursday, 23 June as we kickstart FST’s 2022 Security Series for The Future of Security, New Zealand.

As our dedicated security forums, these full-day conferences will explore the most pressing issues of cybersecurity, resilience and diligence in the financial services industry. We’ll help you navigate the key post-pandemic trends coming up in 2022, including digital transformation accelerating cyber-attacks, data security concerns with the next phase of Open Banking, and partnering with key stakeholders and financial regulators to shape security practices.

Featured topics:

  • Endpoint security
  • Open Banking and data security
  • Digital identity and access management
  • Threat intelligence and management
  • Breach detection and prevention
  • Mobility and device security
  • Cloud security
  • Data protection and information governance
  • Cybersecurity and resilience
  • DevSecOps
  • SOC innovations

Future of Financial Services, New Zealand

Exclusive for this year, the 2022 Future of  Security New Zealand 1/2 day event will run alongside our 2022 Future of Financial Services, New Zealand Conference as our dedicated security stream. Future of Financial Services New Zealand will include:

  • Digital transformation
  • Payments Revolution
  • Customer Experience (CX)
  • Cloud Transformation
  • Robotic Process Automation (RPA)
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML)
  • Data analytics
Event Information
23 June 2022 11:10 am - 7:36 pm
Event Highlights
Future of Security, New Zealand 2022
Breakdown
15 Speakers
Speakers
David Higgins
Kiwibank
Sharon Abbott
ANZ New Zealand
Phil Ross
Air New Zealand
Jay Spreitzer
Wells Fargo (HK)
Eli Hirschauge
Tower Insurance
Marc Armitage
Bank of New Zealand
Highlights
CISO & Head of Technology Operational Risk & Compliance
Kiwibank
Head of Data Governance
ANZ New Zealand
Chief Information Security Officer
Air New Zealand
Former SVP, APAC Regional Information Security Lead
Wells Fargo (HK)
Co-Chief Digital and Data Officer (acting) & Head of Strategy and Core
Tower Insurance
Head of Crisis Management, Enterprise Protection
Bank of New Zealand
Business Editor-at-Large
NZ Herald
Head of Architecture and Security
Fidelity Life
Chief Executive Officer
Chillisoft
Principal Security Strategist
Fortinet
Director of Enterprise Security (APJ)
Darktrace
Cyber Advisor - Office of the CSO
Palo Alto Networks
Team Lead, Solutions Engineering
Saviynt
Regional Director
Netskope
Former player
All Blacks

Cloud adoption, a hybrid workforce and growing adoption of SASE architectures has seen one of the most rapid shifts in networking and security over recent decades. To keep pace with dynamic business requirements, and with apps, data and users now anywhere and everywhere, organisations have also dramatically increased the attack surface that they need to protect. First-generation ZTNA solutions have only solved some of these security challenges - we now need to evolve to ZTNA 2.0. In this session, our Zero Trust Expert and cyber advisor - Riccardo Galbiati will share with you

  • How your attack surface has shifted and why Zero Trust has a bigger role to play
  • Zero Trust misconceptions and why ZTNA does not go far enough to protect you
  • SASE done right and why ZTNA 2.0 is so critical to your business success
  • Going beyond compliance to ensure highest standards of data privacy and protection
  • The impacts of remote working on cyber security – setbacks and comebacks
  • The cyber security arms race – how can financial services organisations keep ahead of threat actors?
  • How will the security threat-scape evolve over the next decade?

In the face of skyrocketing cyber risk, detecting and responding to attacks is no longer enough. Organizations must take proactive steps to prevent threats before they happen, and to recover if compromised. In this session, Darktrace unveil an ambitious new approach to security, with core engines powering AI technologies to prevent, detect, respond, and ultimately heal from attacks. Together, these engines combine to strengthen organizations’ security posture in a virtuous AI feedback ‘loop,’ which provides powerful end-to-end, bespoke, and self-learning solutions unique to each organisation.

We’ve solved "remote work" right? But have we solved “remote work securely"?   Do we still have a view of the Risks posed of your User's behavior and Governance over the SaaS applications they are using?  Learn how you can adopt a real-time assessment model of the risk posed by the broad adoption of SaaS Services, and safely enable your users without impacting their productivity.

  • Shift your passive Governance of SaaS usage to a real-time model with enforceable controls
  • Reduce your attack-surface by putting place guard-rails for users that do not impede their productivity, whilst delivering real-time User-Awareness Training
  • Consider approaches that protect your confidential and sensitive data and reduce the burden on your Incident Response teams by contextualising User Behaviour and making Content-Aware DLP the "last mile"

 

  • Snapshot of the threat landscape over the past year
  • How has infrastructure changed?
  • Defence in depth – threat reduction strategies to reducing exposure

 

  • Cyber warfare is now part of the arsenal used in wartime. Disruption of financial services, critical infrastructure and government services is now part of the overall plan
  • State funded hacking groups are at war with each other. Near unlimited resources are being poured into new forms of attacks and malware
  • History shows that these tools will find itself on the dark web available for sale which will be targeted towards NZ companies. What can the finance industry we do about it?
  • Tracing NZ’s progress with Open Data initiatives to date – what’s next?
  • Getting APIs, data privacy and consent right – gearing up for Open Banking success
  • Why success today hinges on leveraging data for the right opportunities, the right way

Threats are becoming more sophisticated, making detecting and responding increasingly more difficult in today’s complex environments. Could a mesh approach to security be the way to address people, process, and technology in your digital transformation strategy?

Learn how you can prepare for the future while maintaining control over your attack surface by:

  • Reducing operation complexity, while ensuring compliance
  • Closing security gaps and blind spots more effectively and affordably
  • Enabling a more agile response to security, and digital expansion       

We are currently in the middle of an explosion of digital information. Today, people expect access to applications and data, from anywhere, at any time, and on any device. But with so much information to monitor, how will you ensure a high level of security for your company?

In this session, Vijay Chaudhari, Saviynt’s Team Lead, Solutions Engineering, talks about protecting your people, data, and infrastructure in today’s rapidly accelerating digital landscape through Zero Trust. 

Come to learn more about:

  • The benefits of automation and machine learning – and how they can keep access secure
  • The importance of continuous identity monitoring in risk detection
  • The tenets of Zero Trust and the importance of establishing the right mindset
  • Zero Trust adoption tips and how Saviynt can kickstart your journey
For event logistics and operations:
Amy McAdams
Event Manager
T: +61 2 8484 0908
To participate as a speaker:
Ben Turner
General Manager, Disruption
T: +61 416 947 953
For sponsorship enquiries:
Mark Quinn
Sales Director
T: +61 2 8484 0955