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Cyber security and the Resilience of the financial sector

Dubai - UAE

20 October to 22 October, 2020

Cost: $2500


The financial sector is confronted by an increasingly sophisticated, evolving and borderless cyber threat landscape. Financial authorities and firms must take a range of approaches to ensure cyber security measures are in place.

The cyber threat requires organisations to understand themselves, their strengths and their weaknesses. This programme will put the cyber threat within a broader operational resilience context; firms must now move beyond preventing operational incidents (cyber or otherwise) towards actively responding, recovering and learning from them.

This is a programme where those that are working within the financial sector can learn from each other.

Key information

Our programmes are developed and delivered by an international faculty; we use a participatory approach in the way that we deliver our programmes. We also facilitate discussions using well and tested case studies.

Working hours

The normal working day on our seminars is from 9.00 am to 5.00 pm. All participants are expected to be present for the entire duration of the event. We encourage extra‑curricular assignments to be kept to the minimum.

Fees, expenses

  • The cost of the programme is $2500
  • This is a residential training programme
  • Accommodation for four days
  • Discounts for two or more delegates
  • Scholarships and bursary not available
  • Lunch provided.


Visa Process

Delegates that are intending to attend need to apply for their Visas as soon as possible.


Application Form

Please download the application form, and forward to  info@lakedaleinstitute.com


Who should attend?
• Risk Managers
• Technology Directors
• Software Developers
• IT Systems Developers
• Compliance Managers
• Ant-money laundering Executives
• IT Security Officers
• Board of Directors
• An introduction to how cyber security fits into operational resilience
• Resilience more broadly — implications for policymakers
• An explanation of the Bank/PRA’s impact tolerance
• Legacy system
• Stress‑testing
• Improving cyber security co‑operation and information sharing
• Public‑private partnerships; developing effective cyber
• Incident response and testing programmes
• An examination of international work
• How to put this into practice, including discussion of some real


October 20
October 22
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