Strengthening information security in banking, superannuation & financial services
Conference Date
Friday 3rd May 2019
Location
Novotel Sydney Central
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Day 1 - Friday 3rd May, 2019

8:30
Registration, coffee & networking
9:00
Welcome remarks from the Chair
9:10
KEYNOTE: APRA’s Information Security standard: the regulatory perspective
  • Why a new standard?
  • Approach taken and key requirements
  • Updated guidance and key takeaways
Andre Kreicers
Head of IT Risk
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA)
9:50
SPEED NETWORKING

In this fun, interactive session, you will have the opportunity to meet fellow attendees and speakers in 2 minute bursts, to exchange business cards and set up conversations for the rest of the event

10:20
Morning tea & networking
10:50
PANEL DISCUSSION: Responding to the first cross-industry information security standard – where are we up to?
  • Implementing the standard with confidence
  • How can we guarantee certainty of outcomes across all levels of maturity in the industry?
  • Addressing the lack of materiality threshold
Tommy Kiang
Senior Policy Manager
Customer Owned Banking Association
Damian Jeffree
Director of Policy
The Australian Financial Markets Association
Wilson Chiu
Head of Security
Police Bank
11:30
PANEL DISCUSSION: CPS 234 in practice: What next for information security?
  • What is different in the standard and how has it impacted the three lines of defence?
  • How much investment is enough?
  • Sharing examples of defining information security-related roles and responsibilities of the board, senior management, governing bodies and individuals
  • How do we embed information security functions into systems and processes to give the board confidence
  • How can we effectively communicate the risk to the board – translating the technical
  • Where are we at now and how can we benchmark going forward?
Wilson Chiu
Head of Security
Police Bank
Greg Booker
Chief Information Officer
RACQ
Jean-Baptiste Bres
Chief Information Security Officer
State Plus
12:10
Building an information security policy framework that is agile to changing threats
  • Conducting a gap analysis in current processes & reprioritising information security strategy
  • Asset classification strategies
  • Developing robust procedures for information security incidents
  • The journey to information security maturity – lessons learnt
Jean-Baptiste Bres
Chief Information Security Officer
State Plus
1:10
Networking lunch
2:10
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION: CPS 234 compliance & beyond
  • “How to sustain compliance in a changing security and digital landscape” – Hosted by PwC
  • “The importance of identity to help with CPS 234” – Hosted by SailPoint
3:10
Afternoon tea & networking
3:40
PANEL DISCUSSION: Approaches to third party testing & assurance
  • Determining materiality – what is going to be acceptable to APRA?
  • What are the interpretations of the requirements
  • Understanding the sensitivity and criticality of assets
  • Current approaches to third party assessment
  • Giving clear guidance to third parties on what evidence will be required and how to demonstrate capability
Indianna Rapsey
Cyber Security Manager
Bank of Queensland
Shaun Martin
Senior Manager - IT Security
First State Super
4:20
PANEL DISCUSSION: CPS 234: what has changed for audit, risk & compliance
  • What are the skills and capabilities required to effectively audit CPS 234 information security
  • Internal vs external audit – comparing approaches
  • What are the expectations of audit?
  • Understanding what is required by the regulator, senior management and the board
Basil Foulkes
Chief Risk Officer
Sydney Credit Union
Malcolm Webster
Chief Risk Officer
Endeavour Mutual Bank
5:00
Closing remarks from the Chair and close of conference
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Key Speakers

Andre Kreicers
Head of IT Risk
Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA)
Jean-Baptiste Bres
Chief Information Security Officer
State Plus
Greg Booker
Chief Information Officer
RACQ
Wilson Chiu
Head of Security
Police Bank