GSMA Financial Services Community Meeting #4
Join us on Thursday, 15 April 2021 from 15:00 (GMT) for the forth GSMA Financial Services Community Meeting #4: The Malicious Mobile Threat Landscape.
With malicious mobile threats targeting financial services now at an industrialised scale, our webinar with security experts will explore key trends, lessons and strategies to create better defences.
This webinar will focus on:
- The threat landscape-latest global trends in global cybersecurity
- A deep dive into malicious attacks on mobile in the Financial Services vertical
- Case studies-disrupting attacks in real-time and creating a mobile threat defence strategy for enterprise and consumers
- Improving collaboration to fight back and impose risk and consequences on cyber adversaries
Networking is a significant part of this event, we encourage participants to share, explore if and how these solutions work. If you would like to get involved or connect to the right people, please let us know.
Speakers include: Carnegie Endowment, FBI, Google, Lookout
Financial Services Vertical Lead, GSMA
Brian is responsible for the commercial proposition development of identity solutions at GSMA. His career includes product and proposition development in both the Financial Services vertical at UK retail banks Barclays, Lloyds and RBS, as well as Telecomms, heading up the Digital Product team, Commerce, at Telefonica UK.
VP, Engineering - Android Security & Privacy, Google
Dave Kleidermacher is VP, Engineering – Android Security & Privacy, at Google. In this role he leads the engineering team responsible for protecting the billions of users and devices in the Android ecosystem – this includes the Play Store, the Android operating system, and Pixel devices, phones by Google. Prior to his role at Google, Dave held positions as SVP/Chief Security Officer at Blackberry and Chief Technology Officer at Green Hills Software.
Special Agent Cyber Division, FBI
Chris Elverson is a Supervisory Special Agent in the FBI’s Cyber Division. Chris joined the FBI in 2010 and has been working cyber since 2015. He works alongside private industry and other law enforcement partners at the National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA), a non-profit fusion center located in Pittsburgh, PA. Chris leads international collaboration between government, private industry, and academia to combat cyber crime.
Special Agent , FBI
Justin Lee is a FBI Special Agent with 15 years of service, currently assigned to the FBI Sacramento Field Office. He works on the cyber squad where he investigates cyber-criminal violations to include network intrusions, ransomware, and business email compromise. His previous FBI assignments include organized crime investigations and special operations.
Special Agent, FBI
Alexander Schmidt has served as a FBI Special Agent at the Sacramento Field Office since 2017. He has worked on a variety of investigations ranging from organized crime to cyber, and is currently assigned to a cyber-criminal squad. Prior to joining the FBI, he served as an officer in the US Coast Guard.
Research Analyst, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Taylor Grossman is a research analyst with the Cyber Policy Initiative at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, where she works on capacity-building and financial inclusion in the financial sector. Previously, she worked as a research associate at the Hoover Institution, a national security analyst at a Silicon Valley consulting firm, and in the Office of the Secretary of Defense’s press shop. She holds an MPhil in International Relations from the University of Oxford and a BA in Political Science from Stanford University.
- Improving collaboration to impose risk and consequences on cyber adversaries
Alexander Schmidt, Special Agent Cyber Division, FBI
Justin Lee, Special Agent Cyber Division, FBI