RiskIQ CEO to Discuss Online Attacks against Financial Services Brands and their Customers at FS-ISAC EU Summit
November 04, 2015
Web Security Expert will Explain How New Twist on Familiar Threats is Putting Bank Websites and Mobile Apps in the Crosshairs
WHO: Elias Manousos, Co-founder and CEO of RiskIQ, is an online security expert with more than 15 years of experience developing and delivering enterprise protection technologies. Prior to RiskIQ, Elias was VP of R&D at Securant Technologies (acquired by RSA), which pioneered identity and access management for web applications. At Securant, he was instrumental in creating now-commonplace technologies for single sign-on (SSO) security.
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WHAT: In order to reach a highly mobile and diverse customer base, financial institutions are expanding their online assets at an accelerated pace. With websites and mobile apps proliferating, it is becoming increasingly difficult to monitor, manage and police them for the presence of malware and other threats. In this session, web security expert Elias Manousos will explain how attackers are exploiting financial services brands to distribute malware on their websites and seed mobile app stores with copycat apps. He will explain how this shift in the online threat-scape is putting both financial services organizations and their customers at risk of fraud and data threat. Mr. Manousos will also present findings from a survey of CISOs to illustrate what steps can be taken to monitor, detect and remediate threats and brand infringement.
RiskIQ is a platinum sponsor of the FS-ISAC EU Summit.
WHERE: FS-ISAC EU Summit 2014
155 Bishopsgate, London, England
WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 4, 12:00 PM -- 12:30 PM
HOW: To schedule a conversation with Elias Manousos, contact Marc Gendron at email@example.com or 781-237-0341
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