FMLS:23 Speaker Spotlight – Optimised Cybersecurity Planning and Budget Formulation

by Jeff Patterson
  • Could the next Black Swan event be driven by a cyberthreat?
FMLS:23
Join our Telegram channel

A growing complexity of threats has in turn necessitated a stronger emphasis on cybersecurity. This trend has not been relegated to a single industry but looms as one of the biggest challenges facing the entire financial services sphere heading into 2024. Join leading experts who will be taking a deep dive into the subject at the upcoming Finance Magnates London Summit (FMLS).

The biggest event of the year has become an annual tradition for over a decade and will take place in London on November 20-22 at Old Billingsgate. With just a few short weeks to go, the anticipation and hype is at a fever pitch. The biggest talent across four industry verticals will be gathering under one roof for the landmark summit, covering the online trading, fintech, payments, and blockchain & digital assets space.

Attendees can also expect to see the leading brands, experts, a record attendance numbering in the thousands. This includes the opportunity to network and engage with upwards of 150+ distinguished speakers and 120+ exhibitors.

FMLS:23 is one event you cannot afford to miss. Have you reserved your seat? Prospective attendees can access the following link to register today or join the conversation surrounding the summit.

Is Cybersecurity the Biggest Threat Facing the Financial Services Space?

The financial services industry has historically been marred by Black Swan events. Could the next one be driven by a cyberthreat? Indeed, cybersecurity measures continue to grow by leaps and bounds, but is it enough?

Join leading experts for the marquee panel discussion, ‘Optimised Cybersecurity Planning and Budget Formulation’, as they discuss the best methods for crafting a proactive and cost-effective cybersecurity strategy. This includes the following speakers:

  • (Moderator) Stav Pischits, Founder, Cynance || Co-Founder, CCL
  • Daniel Liber, Chief Security Officer, Playtech
  • Gal Elbaz, Co-Founder & CTO, Oligo Security
  • Tzvika Shneider, Co-Founder & CEO, Pynt
  • Zico Mendes, Director, InfoSec & IT || Acting CISO, Tractable || Member & Investor, CCL

The panel will also explore the best techniques for harmonising an organisation's security requirements with a meticulously planned budget. In addition, attendees can hear from industry frontrunners about risk evaluation, threat modelling, and economical measures.

These will no doubt be instrumental in protecting digital assets during financial downturns. Are you interested in elevating your organisation's cybersecurity posture? Join this practical session to learn how and stay one step ahead of the cyber threats in 2024.

Last Few Days to Nominate Your Brand for London Summit Awards 2023

Are you interested in nominating your favourite brand for the biggest awards of the year? Every year, FMLS concludes with its prestigious London Summit Awards ceremony that acknowledges the best performing brands of the calendar year. These titles are truly unique, as these honours are awarded and determined solely by industry peers and a multi-tiered nomination and voting process that is fully transparent.

This year, FMLS:23 be recognizing a more diverse group of companies, categories, and top performing brands than ever before. This includes a total of twenty-four award categories that are set to recognise this year’s best brands across the online trading, fintech, payments, and digital assets space.

The nomination and voting process is free of charge, never paid. Companies are free to nominate any third-party brand but also themselves as self-nominations are freely permitted. Registering for FMLS:23 solely for the purpose of voting (and not for attending) is also strictly prohibited and can lead to exclusion of the nominated firm and nullification of attendee status.

It is easier than ever to nominate your brand for the London Summit Awards 2023. Nominations end on November 5, so the time to make your voice heard is now. The full terms and conditions of the awards process can be read by the following link.

A growing complexity of threats has in turn necessitated a stronger emphasis on cybersecurity. This trend has not been relegated to a single industry but looms as one of the biggest challenges facing the entire financial services sphere heading into 2024. Join leading experts who will be taking a deep dive into the subject at the upcoming Finance Magnates London Summit (FMLS).

The biggest event of the year has become an annual tradition for over a decade and will take place in London on November 20-22 at Old Billingsgate. With just a few short weeks to go, the anticipation and hype is at a fever pitch. The biggest talent across four industry verticals will be gathering under one roof for the landmark summit, covering the online trading, fintech, payments, and blockchain & digital assets space.

Attendees can also expect to see the leading brands, experts, a record attendance numbering in the thousands. This includes the opportunity to network and engage with upwards of 150+ distinguished speakers and 120+ exhibitors.

FMLS:23 is one event you cannot afford to miss. Have you reserved your seat? Prospective attendees can access the following link to register today or join the conversation surrounding the summit.

Is Cybersecurity the Biggest Threat Facing the Financial Services Space?

The financial services industry has historically been marred by Black Swan events. Could the next one be driven by a cyberthreat? Indeed, cybersecurity measures continue to grow by leaps and bounds, but is it enough?

Join leading experts for the marquee panel discussion, ‘Optimised Cybersecurity Planning and Budget Formulation’, as they discuss the best methods for crafting a proactive and cost-effective cybersecurity strategy. This includes the following speakers:

  • (Moderator) Stav Pischits, Founder, Cynance || Co-Founder, CCL
  • Daniel Liber, Chief Security Officer, Playtech
  • Gal Elbaz, Co-Founder & CTO, Oligo Security
  • Tzvika Shneider, Co-Founder & CEO, Pynt
  • Zico Mendes, Director, InfoSec & IT || Acting CISO, Tractable || Member & Investor, CCL

The panel will also explore the best techniques for harmonising an organisation's security requirements with a meticulously planned budget. In addition, attendees can hear from industry frontrunners about risk evaluation, threat modelling, and economical measures.

These will no doubt be instrumental in protecting digital assets during financial downturns. Are you interested in elevating your organisation's cybersecurity posture? Join this practical session to learn how and stay one step ahead of the cyber threats in 2024.

Last Few Days to Nominate Your Brand for London Summit Awards 2023

Are you interested in nominating your favourite brand for the biggest awards of the year? Every year, FMLS concludes with its prestigious London Summit Awards ceremony that acknowledges the best performing brands of the calendar year. These titles are truly unique, as these honours are awarded and determined solely by industry peers and a multi-tiered nomination and voting process that is fully transparent.

This year, FMLS:23 be recognizing a more diverse group of companies, categories, and top performing brands than ever before. This includes a total of twenty-four award categories that are set to recognise this year’s best brands across the online trading, fintech, payments, and digital assets space.

The nomination and voting process is free of charge, never paid. Companies are free to nominate any third-party brand but also themselves as self-nominations are freely permitted. Registering for FMLS:23 solely for the purpose of voting (and not for attending) is also strictly prohibited and can lead to exclusion of the nominated firm and nullification of attendee status.

It is easier than ever to nominate your brand for the London Summit Awards 2023. Nominations end on November 5, so the time to make your voice heard is now. The full terms and conditions of the awards process can be read by the following link.

!"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{|} !"#$%&'()*+,-./0123456789:;<=>?@ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ[\]^_`abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz{|}