agenda

BankSec 2020

BankSec 2020 featured over 30 speakers from leading banks, government and law enforcement agencies, and industry experts. Please return to this page in due course to see the speaker agenda for BankSec 2021.

Day 1

Meeting tomorrow’s security challenges

Strategic aspects of the cyber threat – is industry doing enough?
Andy Giles, Head of Security & Resilience Centre of Excellence, Nationwide (UK)

Panel: Countering ATM and branch security threats post-pandemic
Duane Campbell, Head of ATMs, Tesco Bank (UK), Spencer Marshall, European Sales Director, HID Global (UK) and Paul Nicholls, Business Development Manager, Oberthur Cash Protection (UK)

Leveraging data and technology in ATM operations
Christiya Law, VP Planning & Performance, DBS (Singapore)

Keeping ATMs and cash secure

Combatting “hook n chain” ATM attacks in the United States
Michael Graham, Head of Hardware Strategy and Administration, Wells Fargo (USA), and Jack Mannion, Executive Director, Banking Hardware and Security NCR (UK)

Fireside chat: ATM security and the effects of the pandemic
Terence Bourke, International Head of Operational Risk, Cardtronics (UK) and David Milner, Business Development Director, Spinnaker (UK)

Ensuring the effectiveness of ink staining on polymer banknotes
Professor Long Lin, University of Leeds (UK) and Holger Husse, Regional Business Director, SICPA (Switzerland)

 

Day 2

Security in the times of COVID and beyond

‘A Christmas Carol’: Cybercriminals of past, present and future
Sarah Armstrong-Smith, Chief Security Advisor, Microsoft Cybersecurity Solutions Group (UK)

No TPM = No security
Ian Robertson, SVP, NCC Group (Canada) and Aravinda Korala, Founder & CEO, KAL (UK)

Banking security in the digital era
Simon Cook, Associate Director, QCIC (UK) and Evgenia Ostrovskaya, Business Development Director, Genetec (Austria)

Cybersecure banking

Software & hardware integrity in the ATM channel: a cybersecurity operations model
Hugo Carrillo, ATM Analyst, 5B (Guatemala) and Juan Ramón Aramendía, Product Manager, Auriga (Spain)

Developing cybersecurity excellence in a COVID digital race
David Edwards, Head of Information Security, Coventry Building Society (UK)

Cybercrime: the current threat and police response
Chief Supt. Andrew Gould, National Cybercrime Programme Lead, National Police Chiefs’ Council (UK)

 

Specialist banking security presentations

Protecting cash throughout the cycle

Optimising ATM and CIT security through intelligent solutions
Marcel Bosland, Business Development Director, Feerica (Netherlands)

“Phygital” access for enhanced ATM and CIT security
Kürşat Kurt, Founder & CEO, BVK Technology (Turkey)

Situational awareness – CIT security challenges in a COVID world
Dr Mark Lowers, President & CEO, Lowers Risk Group (USA)

Cybersecurity to safeguard core bank infrastructure

Defending ATMs against cyber attacks
Pedro Celis de la Hoz, Head of Cybersecurity Products, GMV (Spain)

Cyber security in the Swiss ATM network
Joerg Engelhardt, Senior Business Development Manager, SIX (Switzerland)

ATM cash-out and account testing attacks and how to prevent them
Jeremy King, Regional Head of Europe. PCI Security Standards Council (UK)

Follow the Money – understanding money laundering techniques used to siphon funds after a large-scale cyberattack
Simon Viney, Cyber Security Financial Services Sector Lead, BAE Systems (UK)

Detecting and preventing financial crime across channels

Leveraging AI as an additional defence against financial crimes
Josh Bosiños, AVP for Data Science, UnionBank (Philippines)

SIM-swapping and other current CNP fraud trends
Olesya Danylchenko, Deputy Director, EMA Interbank Association (Ukraine)

Successes in beating ATM physical and logical attacks
Capt. Zsófia Darázs-Horváth, Chief Investigator, National Bureau of Investigation (Hungary)

Our relationship with technology and understanding human vulnerabilities
Paul Maskall, Manager, Fraud & Cyber Crime Prevention, UK Finance and DCPCU (UK)

Understanding and preparing for attacks –best practices worldwide

The strengthening case for collaboration
Steven Wilson, CEO, Cyber Defence Alliance (UK)

Cyber Essentials and supply chain security
Dr Emma Philpott MBE, CEO, IASME (UK)

Panel: Global ATM security landscape – a research-based view
RBR (UK)