Standard Chartered Bank
CybSafe’s Oz Alashe & Joe Giddens, sit down with Liz Banbury, Head of Information & Cyber Policy at Standard Chartered Bank, to discuss big data and the advancing technological landscape. Join this exciting inteview to find out where the security responsibility lies and what we can do about the issues and opportunities arising from big data.
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Head of Information & Cyber Policy, Standard Chartered Bank
Liz Banbury spent approximately 15 years working in Technology within the Financial industry and started out in JPMorgan working in the Back Office Settlements systems and progressed to Release/Environment management.
She has now been in the Information Security space for 6+ years firstly with ANZ Bank as the Security, Risk and Compliance Manager on a global online and mobile banking infrastructure project which progressed to a role as the Regional Portfolio manager for Information Security & Technology Risk within the Information Security Office and currently with Standard Chartered heading up the Information & Cyber Security Policy.
She’s passionate about what she does and particularly interested in people and the impact that behaviour and culture has on our security holistically. Cyber Security is a very interesting, dynamic, fast moving, fast changing area where she feels that each individual should have a certain basic level of knowledge in the key threats we face and controls that need to be put in place to safeguard themselves and their assets both at home and in the workplace.
She is CISSP [Certified Information Systems Security Professional] certified and has been a member of (ISC)² since 2016 and as a progression of that passion and interest in how people and technology interact she joined the ISC2 London Chapter as one of the founding officers when it was originally incorporated in January 2018.
Since leaving school she has been fortunate enough to have been able to travel a fair amount and has spent 20 years living in Asia, first in Hong Kong and more recently in Singapore, returning to London in June 2017.
Standard Chartered Bank
WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
- Where the security responsibility lies and what we can do about the issues and opportunities arising from big data
- Is there too much security information out there?
- Where do you draw the line between ethical data and unethical data?
- How do we keep up with the pace of technological development?