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FSC Presents: Cybersecurity & its Impact on Financial Services
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This seminar will cover local case studies and address the following issues on cybersecurity: - What does cybersecurity mean to you & what are your stakeholders expecting? - Understanding your data and who has access to it. - What is being done in practice to give your management & stakeholders’ confidence that you have addressed potential cybersecurity concerns? - How do you make sure all of your staff is aware of potential issues and outside attacks

13/04/2015
When: Monday, April 13th, 2015
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Where: CanCham Boardroom
1301 Kinwick Center
32 Hollywood Road
Central
Hong Kong
Contact: Recky Lai


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Presented by Financial Services Committee


Cybersecurity and its Impact on Financial Services
What You Need to Know to Avoid Being Next

 

Date:


Monday, April 13th, 2015


Time:


12:30 PM - 2:00 PM


Venue:





CanChamHK Boardroom
1301 Kinwick Centre
32 Hollywood St.
Central, Hong Kong


Price:



Members $200/ Non-Members $300
(Lunch included)




 

About the Event:

 

In this luncheon event organized by the Financial Services Committee, cybersecurity leading experts Mark Wightman and Vincent Chan from EY will provide a practical overview of how cybersecurity is impacting the financial services industry and what your firm and you can do to minimize the risk of an attack. The speakers will present recent cyber attack case studies on financial services firms and will provide practical solutions on how to avoid being next as well as what can be learned from some of the though and market leaders in the field.

The speakers will cover local case studies and address the following issues on cybersecurity:

  • What does cybersecurity mean to you & what are your stakeholders expecting?
  • Understanding your data and who has access to it.
  • What is being done in practice to give your management & stakeholders’ confidence that you have addressed potential cybersecurity concerns?
  • How do you make sure all of your staff is aware of potential issues and outside attacks

 

 

About the Speakers:

 

Mark Wightman
Partner, Asia-Pacific Wealth & Asset Management Advisory, EY,


Mark joined EY’s Asia-Pacific Wealth & Asset Management practice in 2014 from SunGard where he had spent 17 years in various roles including running the regional Asset Management business & global alternatives strategy. Mark has over 20 years experience in the Wealth & Asset Management industry with the majority of his time focused on Asia Pacific markets. He has worked across the breadth of the buyside including detailed projects on strategy, operating model, products, alternatives, derivatives & risk. Clients helped by Mark include asset managers, asset servicing firms, wealth managers, hedge funds, PE funds, SWFs and family offices.He also has worked in all the major financial centres in the world and has lived in Singapore for the last decade. Mark has a BA & MA from Oxford University.

Mark has extensive knowledge of the wealth & asset management industry from a trading, risk and operational perspective. He has conducted in-house training for global financial services companies, is a guest lecturer at regional universities and business schools and is a subject matter expert for the PRMIA Investment Risk Group and Hubbis wealth management platform. He is also a regular speaker on market trends and industry issues and consulted on business strategy, market entry and peer benchmarking. He has taken the lead in regional client education around cloud & cybersecurity and what they mean in practice for asset management firms.

Although Mark’s background is working in technology firms, his focus has always been on helping clients leverage systems to improve operational efficiency and allow them to grow in a cost effective manner whilst demonstrating institutional credibility. He has led engagements on market entry strategy, operational efficiency, risk management, client review & experience, systems selection and implementation,cybersecurity, and target operating model design and implementation.

 

 

Vincent Chan
Partner, Financial Services Advisory , EY

Partner, Advisory Services, EYVincent is the Partner in charge of EY's Advisory Services in Hong Kong and Macau, where he leads a team of professionals in advising a variety of clients on enterprise governance, technology & business risks, project management, enhancing business performance, and information security & data privacy.

Vincent has over twenty years' experience in the IT, audit and security, serving clients from different sectors. He has always been an early adopter and advocate of a number of international standards and leading practices. In 2014, he helped a cloud service provider in obtaining the world’s first “STAR Attestation” cloud security certification from Cloud Security Alliance. In the late 1990's, he did the first WebTrust certification in Hong Kong and pioneered BS7799 (now ISO 2700x) for various local and multinational organizations in the early stage of the rollout of these international standards. In more recent years, Vincent's focus has been on assisting organizations in managing risks in the adoption of disruptive technologies.

Vincent is currently the Convenor of the Working Group on Cloud Security and Privacy of the Hong Kong SAR Government OGCIO. He was also the President of Information System Audit and Control Association (ISACA) China Hong Kong Chapter for four terms from 2005 to 2009, and he is involved in a number of industry roles including – Executive Vice-President of the Hong Kong IT Joint Council (HKITJC), Convenor of the Hong Kong Institute of CPA's IT Interests Group, member of The Chinese University of Hong Kong’s Advisory Committee for Department of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management (SEEM), member of CityU's Information Systems Department Advisory Committee (ISDAC). Vincent is a Certified Practicing Accountant (CPA Australia), Member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Practicing Accountant (HKICPA), a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), as well as Certified in Governance of Enterprise Information Technology (CGEIT).

 

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