Next generation cyber risk for energy firms: the role of the risk manager and CIO in tackling the energy sector’s latest cyber risks
Digitalization has become an even bigger priority as firms transition into low carbon businesses. However, with the many benefits of digitalization comes a huge rise in cyber risk.
Tackling this requires an appropriate cyber security framework that allocates clear responsibilities and provides a transparent audit trail. The risk profile of the energy sector is changing as digitalization progresses, and this requires agile risk management and new approaches to cyber and IT risk.
In this cyber security webinar you will learn:
- What are the latest cyber threats to energy businesses?
- Latest thinking on the allocation of responsibility for cyber risk within energy firms
- Specific threats to trading and risk
- How risk needs to respond to company-wide cyber risk
- Best practices in building a cyber security framework
The end of 2021 will bring the demise of Libor and finally it will be revealed if rates markets are ready. There is still a lot to do, and predicting the Libor story’s closing chapter is not easy.
From September to December Risk.net’s editorial team are hosting monthly 45-60 minute Libor countdown ‘clinics’ and speaking to those in the know about what’s left to do, who’s ahead, what they’ve done and how they’ve done it. The audience have the chance to put their questions to the experts, too.Read more Sign up to the webinar
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