November 17, 2015 – November 18, 2015
Theme: “Data Protection, Financial Services and Customer Awareness”
The third National Cyber Security Conference on Data Protection, Financial Services and Customer Awareness will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 17-18, 2015 at the UWI Regional Headquarters, Kingston Jamaica. The two-day Conference will aim to provide information to stakeholders on how to identify cyber threats. It will also explore the economic, legal, regulatory and ethical issues involved in cyber security.
The event will bring together national, regional and international partners who will discuss evolving cyber security and data protection strategies affecting the financial sector, its customers and government agencies. Day One of the event will feature expert Conference Presenters who will share knowledge on cyber challenges and existing best practices in the industry. Day Two will facilitate a Cyber Safe Workshop to demonstrate to participants, cyber threats, protection measures and how to conduct cyber audits for entrepreneurs and SMEs.
The Conference is being hosted by the Mona ICT Policy Centre, located in the Caribbean Institute of Media and Communication (CARIMAC), UWI in association with the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the Internet Society (ISOC) and the Ministry of Science, Technology, Energy and Mining (MSTEM). This year’s Conference is being sponsored by National Commercial Bank, Henlin Gibson Henlin Attorneys at law, and Jamaica National Building Society.
Admission to the conference is free of charge. However registration is required for both days of the Conference.
Space is limited. Registration is subject to space availability.
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