May 21, 2012
-- Trade Conference International’
s (TCI) Banking Fraud and Security Conference and Exhibition is set to take place on 25, 26 and 27 July 2012 at the Indaba Hotel, Fourways.
The event is to address critical fraud and security issues affecting the industry today, featuring some of the leading professionals from a cross section of financial institutions, their service providers and regulatory bodies as guest speakers.
The top class speakers on the panel includes the likes of: John McLoughlin, Managing Director, J2 Software, Tanya Viljoen, Senior Associate, Werksmans Attorneys, Jayesh Mowjee, Business Manager: Security Solutions, Gijima, Adv. Clive Pillay, Ombudsman for Banking Services, OBBSA, Michelle Grimely, Senior Manager: Enterprise Information Management, Business Connexion, Craig Hockley, Regional Director, McAfee,South Africa, Prof. Rossouw von Solms, Director: Institute for ICT Advancement, Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University, Dr. Khomotso Kganyago, Chief Security Advisor, Microsoft South Africa, Robert Brown, Executive Director: Sales, Dynamic Recovery Services, Paul Masemola, Information Security Officer: GTI Group Information Security, Standard Bank and Morne Owen, Chief Information Officer, Real People
The focal points of this three day event will be advancements in banking fraud and security technology, latest threats and risks, governance and compliance policy within the sector and best practices within the industry.
TCI is known for hosting Banking, Mobile and IT conferences. Our most recent events include the Mobile Banking Southern Africa Conference and Exhibition 2012 which was attended by over 170 delegates.
The Banking Fraud and Security Conference will attract banking professionals ranging from IT Executives, Chief Information Officers, Chief Information Security Officers, Information Security Officers / Managers to Chief Risk Officers, IT Risk Officers, IT Managers, IT Audit Managers, IT / Information Security Architects to name a few.
Early bird registrations have now opened. To book call TCI on 011 803 0009 or email firstname.lastname@example.org