**POSTPONED**Cyber Risk Management: Creating a Sound Cybersecurity Organisation

Innovation

20
Oct 2020

20 October 2020

8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Securities Commission Malaysia

MYR 950 *Fee is not inclusive of 6% SST

KINDLY TAKE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED FOLLOWING THE RECENT OUTBREAK OF COVID-19. 

STAY TUNED FOR DETAILS OF NEW DATE AND VENUE.

Cyber risk is a pressing issue that organisations can no longer afford to ignore and cyber-attack incidents can no longer be seen as just an ‘IT issue’. In an increasingly inter-connected digital world, even the smallest incidents can have a big impact. Cyber threat management revolves around making sure that organisations and their assets are secure, while at the same time staying vigilant of the threats; and ready to respond and/or recover from attacks to remain resilient. Growing innovation in turn, has led to numerous incidents of reported cyber-attacks on businesses forcing organisations to re-evaluate their cyber security strategies and preventive measures.

As the cyberspace keeps evolving, it is important and beneficial for organisations to conform and adhere to the recommended standards, regulations and requirements; as technology slowly take over cybersecurity functions which become an essential part of life itself. Creating a sound cybersecurity planning and management programme around threats intelligence and business risks will definitely support business resilience.

This programme will discuss the evolving risks, security standards and cyber regulations impacting the organisations. Today’s complex and distributed IT landscape and third-party involvement means organisations must take a structured approach to understanding the road ahead.

Programme Objective
The programme is designed to provide understanding on the increasingly sophisticated and advanced cyber threats while promoting greater security through effective security measures.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this programme, participants will be able to:

  • identify cyber risk vulnerabilities and threats within business organisations
  • describe the tools and techniques supported by Artificial Intelligence (AI) in defending cyber attacks
  • explain common and emerging sophisticated breaches in cyber security hacks management
  • discuss how knowledge and motivation in adopting new technologies could strengthen the security, control and compliance in business organisations

Competencies

Core – Risk Management (Level 3)
Foundational (Regulatory) – Capital Market Institutions (Level 3)
Functional (Technical Skills) – Digital Technology Application (Level 3)

Target Audience

Individual 

Dealer’s representatives, trading representatives, compliance officers, risk management officers, fund managers, analysts, employees of public and non-public listed companies and professionals that may be exposed to cyber risks incidents.

Institutions 

Public Listed Companies (PLCs), Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), legal firms, accounting firms, fund management companies, stockbroking firms, investment banks, risk management companies, solution providers, insurance companies, telecommunication companies, airline and companies that may be exposed to cyber risks.

8.30 am Registration
9.00 am Cyber Risk and Governance

  • Identifying, analysing, evaluating and addressing cyber risks in business organisations
  • Assessing cyber risk vulnerabilities and threats in the system
  • Is cyber risk an inherent risk or vector for other risks?
  • Establishing a leading cyber risk management capability
  • How do you develop risk appetite limits for cyber security risks?
10.30 am Coffee Break
10.45 am Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Cyber Security 

  • Benefits and risks of using AI to automate certain cybersecurity functions
    o Threat detection
    o Response plans and solutions
  • Analysis of an incident
    o The future of incident analysis in cyber security is AI
    o Case Studies: Attacker’s Use of AI Today
    o AI-powered attacks
    o Fight against theft using AI
12.30 pm Lunch Break
2.00 pm You’ve been Breached – What’s Next?

  • Current cyber risk landscape
  • Common threats that organisations face (locally and internationally)
  • Best practices in managing cyber-attacks/hacks
  • Lessons learned from effective incident response management
3.30 pm Coffee Break
3.45 pm Technology in Compliance

  • Adoption of new technologies to facilitate the delivery of regulatory requirements
  • The knowledge and ability to defend and ensure networks, data and systems are protected and remain resilient
  • Key components:
    o Survivability
    o Disruption tolerance
  • Cyber resilience approach
  • Industry update on cyber resilience:
    o Case studies: Most cyber-resilient APAC nations – Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore
  • Regulatory outlook and compliance for cyber resilience
4.30 pm Q&A session
5.00 pm End of Programme

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