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Marketing and Social Media Executive The 5th Annual Financial Services Cyber Security Forum

Shortly prior to the date of the 5th Annual Financial Services Cyber Security Summit (13th September 2018), it is expected that the Bank of England, PRA and FCA will publish the paper setting out the supervisory authorities’ objectives for operational resilience; the potential for additional policy making; the potential for revising existing policy; and the supervisory authorities’ views on clarifying the responsibilities of firms and FMIs’ boards and senior management. These standards, which are the PRA’s top priority, will set out the regulator’s expectations for the operational resilience that it expects of financial institutions and how it will make sure that they are delivered.

While Lyndon Nelson, Deputy CEO & Executive Director, Regulatory Operations and Supervisory Risk Specialists, Prudential Regulation Authority will be shedding light on the content of this paper and setting the regulatory expectations for operational resilience in his early morning keynote speech, the FCA’s and HM Treasury’s approach to operational resilience this year and next will be discussed in the morning keynote panel, followed by a Q&A with the C-Level audience drawn from UK and European financial institutions.

Who should attend
Government officials, regulators, academia and senior management of all financial institutions, including chief executives, chief information security officers, chief information officers, chief digital officers, chief risk officers, heads of cyber security, heads of cyber defence, heads of compliance, heads of business continuity, heads of cyber threat intelligence, heads of operational risk, heads of legal, as well as the advisory community across the sector.