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Speakers
Vincent Loy
Partner & Leader of Financial Crime and Cyber in Singapore
PwC
Singapore

Biography

Vincent is Leader of Financial Crime and Cyber in Singapore. Prior to that, Vincent led PwC UK Financial Services Technology Risks practice and was part of the UK Risk Assurance Leadership Team . He has over 20 years of experience and specialises in assessing, designing and implementing complex business and technology risks , controls and governance, resilience and compliance framework in the financial services.

Vincent is an industry thought leader for integrating technology and business including business, IT, cyber and data risk and governance and has advised many global banks on issues relating to technology risks and governance, regulations, resilience and regulatory requirements in complex environment. Vincent leads PwC relationships with the Regulators on issues relating to IT , cyber, data risks and resilience , third parties and operations and has expert insight on regulatory expectation and regulatory handbook rules. Vincent has recently advised senior management of one of the biggest bank in UK on remediation response on one of the most severe UK financial system outages. Some of Vincent regulatory review experiences include S166 review for the FSA (PRA/FCA/BoE), Independent review for the SEC, the US Federal Reserve and other regulators.

Title

Cybersecurity Risk: What Does it Really Mean to be World's First Secure Smart Nation?

Synopsis

Amidst the excitement and activities on “building a secure smart nation”, from securing innovative technologies for Internet of Things, to developing simplified algorithms to remediate sophisticated cyber-attacks, what does it really mean to organizations when it comes to understanding and managing cybersecurity risks?

Managing cybersecurity risks have become top of mind for leaders in business and government and much emphasis has been placed on dealing with the ever increasing complexity and frequency of the attack by adopting innovative technologies like Cloud-enabled cybersecurity, Big Data analytics and Automation.

We will discuss why dealing with cybersecurity risks will not work with the conventional model and only with a multi-dimension approach where organizations will stand a chance to deal with these evolving threats.

PwC Singapore will also provide insights on the Cybersecurity risk education initiatives that we have collaborated with industry partners to deliver a holistic Cybersecurity risk education for our valued clients.