Chief Information Security Officer
Omantel: Improving the business relevance of the Security and Risk management program
Omantel recently established the Information Security division headed by a General Manager, reporting to the COO after realizing how much value a security program could add as an enabler to the digital business and to mitigate ICT risks that could otherwise have an adverse impact on the business.
However, as a new security program within an established telecom organization, Omantel faced with the challenge of integrating the security program into the fabrics of the organization in the absence of senior management support.
The session will go over some of the challenges faced by the security program due to the absence of senior management support and how it was overcome.
Cybersecurity Governance Specialist
Saudi Aramco: Supply Chain and Third Party Cybersecurity Framework
As organizations get mature in securing their network parameter and data within, adversaries nowadays are trying to bypass and evade these organizations controls through compromising their trusted third parties.
This session will shed light on an implemented framework to address the evolving cyber risks of the Supply Chain & Third Parties. During the session, audience will be introduced to the different key elements of the framework such as, Third Party risk based classification criteria and the inclusion of cybersecurity as part of contracting and procurement processes.
First Abu Dhabi Bank
EVP & CISO
First Abu Dhabi Bank: A business centric, service-based risk assessment framework
Cyber risk has moved from being an IT problem to a business existential problem. Paradox of the current environment is that, one side every business wants to go digital, thereby empowering the customer to perform all activities through multiple touch points and on other side business is vary about the fact that privacy requirements and cyber threats are on the rise.
This session will cover the journey undertaken to align the cyber risk language to the interest of senior management and completely assess the cyber risks from a business/end-user perspective.
National Commercial Bank, KSA
National Commercial Bank: How NCB matured security to better partner the business
The National Commercial Bank has a complex IT environment and needed a SIEM that could scale, mature their security program and flex to meet the demands of digitization.
Discover what they looked for and how machine data helped the security team innovate and become a trusted partner to the business.
Join these industry experts along with 300+ of the region's top security & risk management leaders at the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit, 22 - 23 October, Dubai, UAE!