Start: Thursday 19 May 2022

End: Thursday 19 May 2022

Join us for the first virtual GSMA T-ISAC Summit which will take place on Thursday 19 May 2022. This summit will provide GSMA T-ISAC members with the opportunity to explore in-depth the key cyber security issues and relevant topics of interest to the Telecommunications Industry including Flubot updates.

Our Agenda 

Our guest security experts will share key insights and discuss the value of sharing information in real-time with external partners, demonstrating the benefits and success stories.

Time Topic Speakers
Session 1:  11:30 -12:30 CET Keynote: Introduction  and T-ISAC Update     

Keynote: The importance of cross ISAC participation 

  • How the telecommunication and financial industry threat landscape overlap and how sharing information builds a stronger security stance against cyber threats.
Leonie Lewis, Senior T-ISAC Manager, GSMA

Teresa Walsh, Global Head of Intelligence, FS-ISAC

Session 2: 13:30 – 14:30 CET Keynote 1: The impact of sharing in T-ISAC & Flubot

  • How STC used T-ISAC to proactively protect STC customers from Flubot

Keynote 2: Developing T-ISAC for the needs of the global telecommunication community.                            

  • Ideas from STC for improving sharing enablers and community engagement
  • Q&A
Nauman Khan, Cyber Security and Analytics Consultant, STC

Leonie Lewis, Senior T-ISAC Manager, GSMA

Session 3: 16:00 – 16:50 CET


Keynote: The benefits and best practices for sharing 

  • Learn how to engage with members and encourage active sharing and the goal to build a united community to better defend the Aviation industry against cyber threats.
  • Q&A

Closing remarks

Doug Blough, Vice President, Aviation – ISAC

Leonie Lewis, Senior T-ISAC Manager, GSMA

Our Speakers

Leonie Lewis

Senior T-ISAC Manager, GSMA

Leonie Lewis is the GSMA Senior Telecommunications – Information Sharing Analysis Center (T-ISAC) Manager, responsible for facilitating and improving processes for cybersecurity threat-related information sharing in the global mobile ecosystem. This member-driven initiative is essential for the advancement of cybersecurity in the telecommunications industry.

Prior to GSMA, Leonie was the Senior Threat Intelligence Lead at Inmarsat and representative for information sharing with internal stakeholders, as well as global government, law enforcement and several ISAC communities.

Leonie has also held various roles in Law Enforcement; notably, as part of City of London Police (CoLP) Cyber Protect Network that links with the Regional Organised Crime Units throughout the UK.

Nauman Khan

Cyber Security and Analytics Consultant, STC

Nauman Khan has been working in the Technology Domain of the Telecom Industry in the MEA region for over 17 years. The past 11+ years were focused on the Cyber Security of Mobile Networks.

Currently, Nauman is responsible for the Threat Intelligence and Penetration Testing of 2G – 5G networks in STC, Saudi Arabia.

The Threat Intel part includes intelligence gathering and analysis of Signaling and Spoofing Attacks, SIM Swap, Impersonation, Interception, Fraud, Scam, Smishing, Spam, etc., whereas, the Penetration Testing part covers Security Assessments of Network Protocols, Nodes and Vulnerabilities in Network Design.

Nauman has a keen interest in developing the Telecom Networks Security Industry and thus he likes to contribute to the Design and Development of Telecom Cyber Security Services and Tools.

Teresa Walsh

Global Head of Intelligence, FS-ISAC

Teresa Walsh is Global Head of Intelligence for the Financial Services – Information Sharing Analysis Centre (FS-ISAC), the only global cyber intelligence sharing community solely focused on financial services. Serving financial institutions and in turn their customers, the organisation uses its intelligence platform, resiliency resources, and a trusted peer-to-peer network of experts to anticipate, mitigate and respond to cyber threats. Headquartered in the United States, FS-ISAC has offices in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Singapore, and members in more than 65 countries.

Teresa is based in the UK office and manages the oversight of information sharing operations and finished intelligence analysis production. Previously, she was the Europe, Middle East and Africa lead for cybercrime intelligence analysis and external relationships at JPMorgan. She also served as an intelligence analyst for Citigroup in its cybercrime intelligence division and started her career as a civilian intelligence analyst with the US Navy Naval Criminal Investigative Service following the September 11 terrorist attacks. Teresa holds a master’s in political science with a focus in international relations from the University of Missouri-Columbia.