Emerging Cybersecurity Standards for the Finance Sector in Europe
10:00 - 13:00
Organized in cooperation with the Silicon Alps Cluster Group "Cybersecurity" Cybersecurity has increasingly become a topic of major concern throughout all economic sectors. The changing technological landscape demands continual efforts on the development of secure IT architectures and safeguards against criminal attempts to gain access and control over digital assets. This also goes beyond focussed technological efforts, as many incidents have shown that human behaviour often poses as a critical vulnerability for organisations. Global efforts therefore have increased to improve standards, guidelines, and regulations to enable high levels of resilience, especially in critical infrastructures.
This online symposium will present in a first part selected research from European projects on cybersecurity in the finance sector. In the second part, stakeholders from the sector will discuss their current challenges and needs with regard to cybersecurity and standardisation.
Christian Derler (JOANNEUM RESEARCH)
Challenges of new Technologies – Distributed Ledger and Cybersecurity
Branka Stojanovic (JOANNEUM RESEARCH)
Understanding the Role of Human Behaviour for Cybersecurity in the Finance Sector
Martin Griesbacher (Research Industrial Systems Engineering)
Cybersecurity Issues in Fin-Tech Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Systems
Ronald Hochreiter (Vienna University of Economics and Business)
Stakeholder-Discussion: What new Standards are needed in the European Finance Sector?
Martin Griesbacher (RISE); Christian Derler (JOANNEUM RESEARCH); Ronald Hochreiter (Vienna University of Economics and Business), Tina Ehrke-Rabel (Universität Graz).
The symposium is supported by the Horizon 2020 Projects CRITICAL CHAINS, SOTER and FIN-TECH. These projects have received funding from the European Union Horizon 2020 Programme for Research &Innovation - Grant Agreement No 833326 (CRITICALCHAINS), No 833923 (SOTER), No 825215 (FIN-TECH)