The Internet of Things (IoT) is the next big and imminent thing in financial services. Through IoT, the financial industry will connect and understand the purchasing behavior of clients using real-time analytics leading to increased profit. IoT presents a tremendous opportunity for financial services, but it also presents a serious security challenge.
The primary motivation for cyber-attacks is financial. This makes the finance industry one of the leading targets for cyber criminals. Over the last few years, there have been quite a few IoT-centric attacks. Almost all internet-connected devices create entry and access points that hackers can misuse to infiltrate a network, and due to the wide range of devices and technologies, it is difficult to implement a cohesive security strategy.
Join us for this presentation where we’ll discuss securing the Internet of Things in enterprise networks and analyze critical areas that demand attention.
Srivathsav Gandrathi of Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) will share the following:
- Introduction to IoT and its application in financial technology
- Cyber-attacks on IoT
- Effective ways of securing IoT in enterprise networks
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Technology Officers, Risk Managers, Operations Officers, Senior Management, and cybersecurity professionals who are responsible for implementing, managing and monitoring the bank's information security programs and support the bank's overall responsibilities and culture of an effective cybersecurity.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Srivathsav Gandrathi is a Cyber Security Consultant at Enterprise Risk Management (ERM). His focus includes security assessments, security remediation and implementation, and digital forensics. Srivathsav holds a Master’s degree in Computer Engineering from Purdue University and Bachelor's degrees in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University. Srivathsav’s professional certifications include: CISA, CASP, CEH and Security+.