Event Overview

The Banking, Finance and Capital Markets Commission invites you to join a webinar on cybersecurity in the financial sector on Wednesday 7 June at 15:00 CEST.

Confirming the increased and more sophisticated cybersecurity risks to which one can be exposed, the EU Commission just announced of a “European Cyber Shield”. This project will however only complete an existing set of rules, recently updated or adopted, which include in particular the NIS 2 directive and the Digital Operational Resilience Act. 

In this context, financial institutions and their providers may be subject to both European and local requirements which will have to be reflected in their operational and contractual arrangements. During this webinar, we propose discussing the legal landscape, the actual technical and prudential risks and options to address it.

The webinar is open and free to everyone. To join, register here.

Jagoda Szpak, Aion, Poland
Katarzyna Szczudlik, SSW Pragmatic Solutions, Poland
  • Ian McCaw, Aon, UK
  • David Roche, Aramis Law, France
AIJA Commissions involved
  • Banking, Finance and Capital Markets

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