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Audrey Tugwell Henry for UWI Cyber Security Conference



National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited | 2015-11-14 00:00:00

Audrey Tugwell-Henry, Retail Banking Senior General Manager at the National Commercial Bank (NCB) Jamaica Limited is slated to be one of the opening speakers at the third annual Cyber Security Conference under the theme: “Data Protection, Financial Services and Customer Awareness” to be held on November 17 and 18.

The Conference, to be hosted by the Caribbean Institute of Media and Communication, UWI, will be held at the UWI Regional Headquarters and is staged each year in response to the growing number of cyber threats and risks to businesses and individuals. NCB is the platinum sponsor of the event for the third consecutive year.

“NCB has been constantly employing and investing in strong security controls and have always aligned ourselves with international best practices and standards that promote a holistic approach to data protection and security. We see this conference as a very important forum for us as we align with key partners and stakeholders on customer security issues,” Mrs. Tugwell Henry said.

Mrs. Tugwell Henry will join a number of international speakers who will also address the conference. They are Ms. Christine Runnegar, Director of Public Policy at Internet Society (ISOC), Washington, USA and Mr Shiva Bissessar, a Cyber Security specialist of Trinidad and Tobago, among others.

Day One of the conference will consist of panel presentations on a range of topics including Data Protection: Cyber Threats and Challenges for Economic, Legal and Regulatory Frameworks; Financial and Technical Services: Risk Management for Corporate, Financial and Technology Enterprises; Customer Awareness: Citizen Action – Protecting Your Financial Records and Privacy while Controlling your Digital Footprint.

Day Two will consist of workshop demonstrations on two key topics topics: Threats and Cyber Protection Measures; and Conducting Cyber Audits. In the afternoon of Day Two a special legal session will be hosted titled: Cyber Security and Legal Implications.

The conference will be officially opened by The Hon Julian Robinson, Minister of State in the Ministry of Science, Technology Energy and Mining (MSTEM). The UWI Mona Principal, Prof Archibald McDonald and Mr Dennis Chung,

CEO of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) will also participate. The Conference Chair is Professor Hopeton Dunn, Director of CARIMAC, UWI.

The Cyber Security Conference is an initiative by The Mona ICT Policy Centre, CARIMAC, UWI in association with the Internet Society (ISOC), International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the MSTEM.

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