Future of Security, New Zealand 2022

23 June 2022
  • Cordis Auckland
Event Details

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
  • Days
  • Start Date
    23 June 2022 11:10 am
  • Venue
    • Cordis Auckland

Complimentary for FSI Executives

SVP, APAC Regional Information Security Lead
Well Fargo (HK)
Assistant Commissioner – Policy & Operations
Privacy Commission NZ
Head of Data Governance
ANZ New Zealand
Head of Strategy and Core & Deputy Chief Digital and Data Officer
Tower Insurance
Head of Security, Risk and Performance
AIA New Zealand
Head of Architecture and Security
Fidelity Life
Head of Digital & Information Technology
Perpetual Guardian
Head of External Relations & Development, School of Engineering, Computer & Mathematical Sciences
Auckland University of Technology (AUT)
Chief Executive Officer
Principal Security Strategist
  • Snapshot of the threat landscape over the past year
  • How has infrastructure changed?
  • Defence in depth – threat reduction strategies to reducing exposure


  • 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?

Fast-moving cyber-attacks can strike at any time, and security teams are often unable to react quickly enough. Join Tony Jarvis to learn how Autonomous Response takes targeted action to stop in-progress attacks, without disrupting your business. Includes real-world threat finds, case studies and attack scenarios.  

  • New Zealand’s Privacy Act 2020 and its implication towards customer data protection
  • Compliance and competition – considerations for Financial Services navigating an open data environment
  • Fostering a strong foundation of trust with customers
  • Strategies to influence behaviour and building a cyber-safe culture
  • Getting tangible value from your cyber awareness initiatives while avoiding the common mistakes that lead to failures
  • Tailoring security awareness programs to address cyber risks accounting for threat sources and business priorities
  • 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?
  • Achieving security resilience in an age of cyber attacks
  • Testing the responsiveness and preparedness of your cybersecurity strategies
  • Future-proofing security strategies for business recovery and continuity

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       
  • The Privacy Act 2020 – lifting data governance standards to go beyond compliance
  • The link between data asset management, privacy policies and information security – driving efficiencies in your organisation
  • How will the open data economy continue to change the dynamics between privacy, security and trust?
Contact Us
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

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