Cyber risks facing the banking sector webinar
In today’s world, the banking sector operates on exclusively digital platforms. This naturally puts the sector at high risk from any form of cyber-attack or IT system failure. In addition, a number of firms do not operate on a single, common IT platform, increasing the overall risk of a cyber event causing debilitating effects to both the IT infrastructure and the company’s finances. This webinar sets out to provide insight around the risks faced and how businesses in this space can become more resilient to such risks.
In this webinar, experts from MHA, Baker Tilly and a leading financial services professional, Alex Shapland discussed the cyber risks that are facing the banking sector today.
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Alex Shapland currently acts as a Non-Executive Director for two major banks. Over the past ten years’ he has worked across the banking sector in various senior positions, including a Partner role at PwC where he focussed on risk and regulation work.
Rakesh Shaunak, Group Chairman
Rakesh Shaunak is our group chairman leads Baker Tilly’s global financial sector group, as part of the 10th largest accountancy network in the world. We have access to financial services advisors from more than 146 countries, allowing us to deliver in-depth industry knowledge and expertise where you need it.
Ben Hobby, Partner, Baker Tilly
For more than a decade, Ben Hobby has handled losses and investigations of various scopes and sizes for insurers, lawyers and corporates across the globe. His expertise focuses on physical and non-physical damage business interruption, loss of profits, fraud & fidelity, cyber and reinsurance investigations. Ben is a member of the cyber claims committee at the International Underwriting Association, which addresses issues relating to the handling of cyber claims in the London insurance market.
Bernard Regan, Head of Forensic Technology, Baker Tilly
Bernard Regan specialises in the application and management of computer forensics processes, including cyber security and digital forensics. He has in-depth experience in data analytics and e-discovery, and has worked with a number of IT systems particularly in server and e-mail environments. His focus includes conducting investigations, implementation of document and data e-discovery systems, data analyses and data visualisation.
In the cyber arena, Bernard provides clients with cyber risk consultancy, cyber claims review and digital forensic investigations.
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