CyberSecurity Live 2024 open for registrations

On the 6th November, FStech's CyberSecurity Live conference returns to the Hilton Tower Bridge in London, covering the biggest trends in cybersecurity technology for financial services.

Across a variety of keynote speeches, in-depth presentations, and lively panel discussions, this in-person event will explore how FS firms are tackling a wide range of threats ranging from fraud and ransomware to social engineering and AI-powered attacks.

The conference will give attendees effective strategies to bolster defences and provide insights into the tools and techniques that financial institutions are using in the fight against online criminals who are emboldened by technological developments and an uncertain macroeconomic environment.

Register to attend and stand the chance of winning an Apple Watch at the end of the conference!

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