|9.00||Registration & Coffee breakfast buffet|
|9.30||Welcome by OneSpan & Promon|
|9.45||“Data-driven security: Connecting the dots for personalized user experience in digital banking”
by Matthias Valcke, Product Management Director (OneSpan)
|10.15||“Can you trust your financial services app?”
by Jan Vidar Krey, Head of Development (Promon)
|10.45||“Next Generation Identity Services”
by Bjørn Annaniassen, Lead Business Developer Financial Crime Prevention (TietoEvry)
|11.15||Coffee break buffet|
|11.45||“Everything That Sparkles is Gold”
by Sebastian Claydon Takle, DNB bank, Department Leader, Financial Cyber Crime Center (FC3)
|12.15||“Cybersecurity as strategic opportunity: Dispelling four myths of cybersecurity”
by Dr. M. Hepfer, Research Affiliate at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School, Research Analyst at ISTARI, a global cyber security platform
|13.00||Kahoot Quiz and prize draw|
|13.15||Mingle Lunch @ Top bar|
- Bjørn Annaniassen, Lead Business Developer Financial Crime Prevention (TietoEvry)
Bjørn Annaniassen is Lead Business Developer in Financial Crime Prevention at Tietoevry Banking. He has 20 years experience in international sales and business development, whereof the last decade has been dedicated to the digital identity space through various roles in China, Sweden and Norway. In his current role, he is balancing technical, legal and commercial aspects to deliver flexible, scalable and futureproof identity services.
- Sebastion Claydon Takle, DNB bank, Department Leader, Financial Cyber Crime Center (FC3)
Sebastian Takle is a lawyer educated in London and started as an analyst at DNB's Financial Cyber Crime Center (FC3) in 2017. He took the role of subject leader for threat intelligence related to economic crime in 2018 and was responsible for identifying and mapping organized criminal environments. In January 2022, he took over as head of FC3.
- Dr. Manuel Hepfer, Research Affiliate at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School, Research Analyst at ISTARI
Dr. Manuel Hepfer is a cybersecurity researcher at Oxford University’s Saïd Business School and at ISTARI, a cybersecurity platform established by investment firm Temasek. Before joining ISTARI, he completed a DPhil (the Oxford equivalent of a PhD) in Cybersecurity and Strategic Management at the University of Oxford. His research, which examines organizational resilience in the wake of cyber-attacks, is published in academic and practitioner journals and won several awards.