The EBF Cybersecurity Conference is the leading annual event in Brussels on cybersecurity in the financial sector. Field experts from banks, policymakers, supervisors and the ICT security industry come together to discuss the rapidly evolving cyber trends and challenges with a specific focus on banking.
The 3rd edition of the EBF Conference, on the first day of the European Cybersecurity Month, aspires to maintain the European view of previous editions – especially at the beginning of the new legislative cycle, with new faces and strategies in all major EU institutions. However, this year we also seek to highlight the importance of linking European initiatives with global efforts – namely across the Atlantic – as alleviating fragmentation remains a pivotal challenge both within Europe and beyond.
Cyber risks are by nature borderless, cross-sectoral, cross-cultural. Similarly, financial institutions offer their services across borders, they are interlinked between them and with other providers and sectors, and they are cross-cultural both in their employees and their customers. A holistic approach of cybersecurity and resilience is fundamental in tackling cyber attacks and in the 3rd EBF Cybersecurity Conference we aim to explore challenges, exchange best practices and discuss solutions.
Kindly note that the EBF Cybersecurity Conference will precede European Banking Summit, that will take place on 2 – 3 October at the same venue.
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