BankSec 2021

The agenda for BankSec 2021 features speakers from leading banks, law enforcement agencies and industry experts from around the globe. If you would like to submit a speaker proposal, please contact Jeni Bloomfield.


Cybersecurity trends 2021 – what is changing, and what can business do about it?
Nationwide (UK)

XFS4IoT launches with built-in E2E security

Securing the branch: the latest developments in access control
Major European bank

Preparing for attacks

Building and maintaining an in-house red team
Danske Bank (Denmark)

Improving cyber resilience in the supplier ecosystem: approach of ING
ING (Netherlands)

AI and big data in financial institutions
PBZ (Croatia)

Countering threats at the ATM

Law enforcement response to ATM crime during a pandemic
West Midlands Police (UK)

ATM and digital transactions fraud prevention – challenges and best practices
Axis Bank (India)

Security challenges (or opportunities) of upgrading ATMs to Windows 10: maintaining availability with a secure and zero-touch approach
TecBan (Brazil)

Security and customer experience

Digital retail banking security in developing markets: a symbiosis of regulations and user adoption
Guaranty Trust Bank (Nigeria) 

Rejecting the balance: how to end the conflict between security and speed of delivery
Starling Bank (UK)

How to make security limitations loved by customers
Swedbank (Lithuania)

The cybercrime landscape

Cybersecurity trends in retail banking
Rakbank (UAE)

Are your clients ready for ClassiScam?
Ukrainian Interbank Payment Systems Members Association ЕМА (Ukraine)

Cybersecurity and our emotional intelligence

Reducing risk through innovation

The role of encryption in security
CIBC (Hong Kong) 

Enhancing security through biometrics and mobile authentication
Sohar International (Oman)

The dangers of feature creep in contactless EMV and the need for formal verification
University of Birmingham (UK)