The Asia Pacific region has also been in a recent stage of rapid progress in adopting new laws and regulations on technology risk management and data protection, with the penalties for non-compliance and cybersecurity breaches increasing altogether.
Financial institutions have been at the top of cyber criminals’ targets, with attackers mainly going for easy-to-sell bank and payment data according to Verizon’s 2014 Data Breach Investigations Report.
With the pace of threats advancing faster due to more advanced and coordinated attacks, how can financial institutions keep one-step ahead of cyber threats – both internal and external – while being agile to comply with current and upcoming changes in regulations and best practices?
CyberSecurity for Banks, Financial Services, and Insurance Asia 2014 covers the top issues in cybersecurity facing Asia's financial institutions, such as on regulatory and risk compliance, enhancing detection, ensuring resiliency and integrity of both system and data, and improving coordination and cooperation between industry, regulatory, and law enforcement stakeholders to better identify and respond to cyber threats and attacks.
BFSI: Banks, Financial Services and Insurance : USD1799
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