The number and the sophistication of Cyber-attacks is growing at a very fast pace which is creating new security challenges for the financial sector around the globe and specially in the Arab region. The latter must intelligently address the new threats and effectively manage the associated risks in order to ensure the confidentiality availability and integrity of the data and information.
Cybersecurity professionals need to stay abreast of the latest updated information, trends and best practices to be able to cope with those challenges.
Variety of Cybersecurity standards, best practices and frameworks do actually exist, however choosing the right one is to start with, as well as the best practices to follow can be a time and effort consuming task.
By attending this conference, cyber security, IT, and business professionals will have a comprehensive view of existing standards, best practices and frameworks.
Hands-on experience will be shared with the audience and a survey aiming to get the state of cyber security in Lebanon and Arab countries will be gathered, analyzed and discussed with the audience during the workshop.
Who should attend:
Information / Cybersecurity professional
Business management having IT a core system in their business
Introduction: Key concepts
Major Cyber security incidents in 2018
Anatomy of an Attack
Cyber security controls
Access Control systems
Cryptography and Digital Signatures
Protecting your Infrastructure
Analysing your logs
Malware Information Sharing Platform MISP
Cyber Security Fundamentals – ISACA CSX & Panel
State of Cybersecurity in Egypt and the region – Survey results
Information Security Governance – COBIT related processes
Cyber security challenges, and quick wins implementation
Information Risk Management
Information Security Program Development and Management
Access Control Systems
State In Cybersecurity In Egypt and the region
Head of Information
Byblos Bank, Lebanon
Executive Vice President
ICT Professional Services
Path Solutions, Lebanon
1000 $ for UAB members
1250 $ for Non-UAB members
fees include attending the workshop, receiving the material, refreshments and a daily lunch.
SCHEDULE AND LANGUAGE:
Registration: the first day from 8am to 9 am.
Schedule : from 9:00 am to 15:00 pm daily.
Workshop language: English and Arabic.