the Cybersecurity theatre

We will delve into the intersection of financial crime and cybersecurity, exploring the latest trends, challenges, and strategies to safeguard financial institutions and individuals from cyber threats in the ever-evolving digital landscape.

Exploring the hottest topics in Cybersecurity

We will feature expert-led sessions that cover a wide range of topics, including threat intelligence, data protection, ethical hacking, and risk management. Attendees will gain valuable insights and practical knowledge to safeguard their organizations from cyber threats and enhance their overall security posture.

These attacks have surged in recent years and we will focus on preventive measures, incident response strategies, and the importance of regular data backups to mitigate the impact of ransomware attacks.

Zero-day vulnerabilities are previously unknown software flaws that cybercriminals exploit before developers can provide a fix. Mitigating these threats demands a rapid response and a proactive approach to software security.

Social engineering is an increasingly common threat vector used in almost all security incidents. Social engineering attacks, like phishing, are often combined with other threats, such as malware, code injection, and network attacks.

Protecting user data and ensuring compliance with privacy regulations (e.g., GDPR, CCPA) is vital for organizations. Data breaches and mishandling of personal information can lead to severe legal and reputational consequences.


Main Stage theatre
AML theatre
Fraud theatre