Prof. Laurent Frésard
Watch video: https://youtu.be/rSGtHb5yoR4
See slides: https://bit.ly/3uQA8L7
Cyber crime, one of the most important risks we currently face, still is fast-growing in the market and the applied technologies to hack are getting more advanced and creative. This yearly series of events aims to assure that any institutions is getting a solid overview on latest developments and ideas how to better handle this risk type. For 2021 we will give you again an overview on Cybercrime business models and how professional such institutions operate, followed with current and future threats and an outlook on possible game changer.
The National Cyber Security Event is an annual event series featured by SIX, Swiss Risk Association (SRA) and Swiss Finance Institute (SFI). It is our aim to inform the public about Cyber Risk and Cyber Security developments and trends every year. We kicked of in 2020 with the 1st National Cyber Security Event.
18:00 Welcome (Jochen Dürr, SIX)
18:10 CyberCrime as a bizCase (Tom Schmidt, EY)
18:20 Overview of current threats (Alexander Hagenah, SIX)
18:30 Academia (Prof. Laurent Frésard, SFI & USI)
18:40 Future Threats: Quantum Computing (Stefan Schorsch, McKinsey)
18:50 Deep Fake (Greg Tarr, Inferex)
19:00 Panel / Q&A (all, moderated by Sandro Schmid, LPA & SRA)
Tom Schmidt: Partner at EY, EMEIA Financial Services Consulting, EMEIA FSO Cybersecurity Competency Leader & Switzerland FSO Cybersecurity Leader
Alexander Hagenah: Head Cyber Controls at SIX Group
Prof. Laurent Frésard: SFI Senior Chair and Professor of Finance at Universita della Svizzera italiana (USI)
Stefan Schorsch: Associate Partner at McKinsey and Company
Greg Tarr: CEO at Inferex
Introduction by Jochen Dürr, Chief Risk Officer at SIX and Member of the SFI Foundation Board, Q&A moderation by Sandro Schmid, Swiss Risk Association and partner at LPA.
- 2nd Cyber Risk Event
5. October 2021
18:00 - 19:30
Venue: SIX Convention Point