Attend to learn how to:
- Clearly define the roles and responsibilities of key personnel & the Board
- Effectively communicate and report to the Board
- Create CPS 234 ready information security frameworks and policies
- Implement robust information asset classification
- Conduct third party assessments
- Test and monitor control effectiveness
- Audit the design and operating effectiveness of information security controls
- Embed CPS 234 into incident response plans and streamline notification procedures
- Demonstrate compliance to the regulator
- Board and Executive
- Chief Information Security Officers
- Chief Security Officers
- Chief Risk Officers
- Chief Internal Auditors
- Cyber Security
- IT security/ Information Security
- Controls & Assurance
- Internal Audit
- Risk & Compliance
Attend to learn:
- Clearly defining roles and responsibilities of key personnel & the Board
- Operationalising asset classification
- Conducting third party assessment and monitoring
- Maintain compliance with standard CPS 234
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA)
Andre Kreicers is Head of APRA’s IT Risk team, comprised of IT risk specialists responsible for assessing the management of IT risk (including cyber security) by APRA-regulated entities. In this capacity, Andre led APRA’s work in consulting on, designing and implementing CPS 234, APRA’s new information security prudential standard. Prior to joining APRA in 2003, Andre had 18 years of financial services experience, and was responsible for delivering and supporting IT solutions for superannuation, investment management and client servicing.
As the former Head of GPI at BNP Paribas CIB Australia and New Zealand, he led the
Security, Operational Risk and Governance teams of the Bank. His career in Financial
Institutions spans over 15 years and two continents, delivering excellence and driving risk
management in Information Technology.
Jean-Baptiste holds a Masters in Computer Science from the University of Belfort-
Montbeliard in France.
Greg has over 30 years in the technology industry in a career that has spanned the globe and encompassed working as a Supplier and a Customer. A financial services specialist he has implemented core system replacements in Asia, the UK, and the United States and has worked on 13 different Financial Services M&A activities.
From an early career in Australian Financial services Greg joined IBM and spent a number of years travelling the world as a Financial Services specialist with his highlight being the lead architect in the growth of a fledgling Minnesota based First Bank systems into the 5th largest bank in the United States, US Bancorp. Since 2000 Greg has worked largely within Australia filling General management and CIO roles at St George Bank, ING Australia, ANZ Bank, and now most recently at RACQ. Greg has a Masters of Management, an MBA, and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He is married to Ruth and has three sons; Kane, Luke, and Finn.
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