19 September 2017 - Cyber Crime and Cyber Security: Data Protection Implications and Financial Regulation Expectations

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The Institute of Banking is pleased to invite members and non-members to a half-day event on: “Cyber-Crime and Cyber-Security: Data Protection Implications and Financial Regulation Expectations". We are delighted that Minister of State with special responsibility for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection, Pat Breen, will open the conference, which will start at 9.15am sharp. We should be grateful if attendees are seated by that time.
 

Cyber-Crime and Cyber-Security

 Date

Tuesday, 19 September 2017

 Time

Registration and light refreshments: 8am - 9.15am 
Presentations: 9.15am - 12.30pm (coffee break 10.50am - 11.15am)
End of the event: 12.30pm

 Opening
  • Minister Pat Breen, Minister of State with special responsibility for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection
 Presenters 
  • Michael Gubbins, Detective Superintendent, Garda Cyber Crime Bureau, Garda Siochana
  • Denis Kelleher, Senior Legal Counsel, Central Bank of Ireland
  • Joern Dobberstein, ‎IT Risk Supervision, ‎Central Bank of Ireland

 CPD Hours

This conference is accredited for 2 hours for CDPOs and CFCPPs and 3 hours for Professional Bankers, Chartered Bankers, Certified Bank Directors, CIFDs, LCOIs and FCOIs.

Please note that there are no CPD hours for QFAs. For Professional Bankers and Chartered Bankers this is relevant to the Specialist Content category.

 Fees

Members €30, non-members €50

As part of the designation fee, Professional Bankers, Chartered Bankers and Certified Bank Directors can register for this event free of charge. Please see below the registration form.

 Location

The Institute of Banking, IFSC, 1 North Wall Quay, Dublin 1. See map here

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About the event

Cybercrime is recognised as a significant threat that all businesses face. The Central Bank of Ireland has warned that incidences of cyber-attack and business interruption are on the increase and that firms must assume they will be successfully targeted.  As a result the Central Bank has issued guidance that security and resilience of IT systems, their governance and management must improve. The Bank expects that “Boards and Senior Management of regulated firms to fully recognise their responsibilities for these issues and to put them among their top priorities”. 
In addition to meeting these expectations, new obligations will be imposed by the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR from May 2018. The GDPR will make controllers and processors of personal data accountable for ensuring that the data they process is cyber-secure.  Where such cyber-security measures fail then the Data Protection Commissioner and subjects will have to be informed.  Fines may be imposed and subjects may sue for damages. Those that now view cybersecurity as a reputational and regulatory issue, will find that the GDPR imposes very real financial consequences on those who fail to keep personal data secure.  

Minister of State with special responsibility for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection, Pat Breen, will open the conference. We will hear from Michael Gubbins, Head of the Garda Siochana’s Cybercrime Unit on the reality of cybercrime and the need for cybersecurity.  Joern Dobberstein will explain the Central Bank of Ireland’s expectations in relation to cybersecurity.  And Denis Kelleher Senior Legal Counsel, Central Bank of Ireland, will examine the obligations to be imposed by the GDPR. 

Timeline

Time

Speaker

9.15 

Minister Pat Breen - Minister of State with special responsibility for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection

9.30 

Denis Kelleher - Senior Legal Counsel, Central Bank of Ireland

10.00

Michael Gubbins - Detective Superintendent, Garda Cyber Crime Bureau, Garda Siochana

10.30

Questions

10.50

Coffee break

11.15

Joern Dobberstein - Inspections Manager, Banking Supervision Onsite Inspections, Central Bank of Ireland

11.45

Denis Kelleher - Senior Legal Counsel, Central Bank of Ireland

12.15

Questions

12.30

Close

Presenters

 

Pat Breen, TD
Minister of State with special responsibility for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection 

Pat Breen is Minister of State across the Departments of Enterprise and Innovation, the Department of Employment and Social Protection, the Department of the Taoiseach, and the Department of Justice and Equality with special responsibility for Trade, Employment, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection. He was previously appointed Minister of State for Employment and Small Business in May 2016. He was  first elected to Dail in 2002 and was successfully re-elected in May 2007 with an increased mandate. In the General Election 2011, Pat Breen topped the poll in the Clare Constituency with 9,855 first preference votes, the highest vote ever achieved by a Fine Gael Candidate in County Clare.

In June 2011, the Taoiseach Enda Kenny appointed Pat as Chairman of the Oireachtas Foreign Affairs & Trade Committee.


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Michael Gubbins
Detective Superintendent, Garda Cyber Crime Bureau, Garda Siochana

Michael has been a member of an Garda Síochána for over 25 years and has been engaged in the area of computer forensics and cybercrime investigation since 1997 when he was first assigned to the Computer Crime Investigation Unit (CCIU).
During this period Michael has worked as a Detective Garda, Detective Sergeant and Detective Inspector at the CCIU.
As of the 1st September 2016 Michael is now the Detective Superintendent in charge of the newly formed Garda Cyber Crime Bureau.

Michael has been Financial Manager for a number of Garda AGIS & ISEC projects including the ISEC 2008 project "Cybercrime investigation — Developing and disseminating an accredited International Training programme for the future" which resulted in 28 European Law Enforcement Officers including Michael being awarded a Masters in Forensic Computing & Cybercrime Investigation (MSc FCCI) from University College Dublin (UCD). 
Michael represents an Garda Síochána on various Europol & European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) fora including the European Computer Training and Education Group (ECTEG), European Multidisciplinary Platform against Criminal Threats (EMPACT) and the European Union Cybercrime Task Force (EUCTF) of which he is a board member.

As head of the Garda Cyber Crime Bureau Michael participates at the Banking Payment Federation Ireland (BPFI), High Tech Crime Forum and the Irish Telecommunications Security Fraud Forum (ITSFF).


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Denis Kelleher
Senior Legal Counsel, Central Bank of Ireland

Denis Kelleher will be chairing the conference and putting the theme of the conference, Transborder personal data transfers in context.
Denis Kelleher, BCL, LLD, BL is the, author of Privacy and Data Protection Law in Ireland (Bloomsbury Professional, 2nd Ed. 2015), the leading Irish text, and many other publications.  He’s a Senior Legal Counsel in the Legal Division of the Central Bank of Ireland.  He co-ordinates and delivers the Professional Certificate in Date Protection on behalf of of the Institute of Banking.   He is a member of the IAPP's EU Advisory Board and a co-chair of IAPP's Dublin KnowledgeNet.  Previously, he held the posts of Legal Counsellor in the Permanent Representation of Ireland to the European Union, Advisory Counsel in the Office of the Attorney General and Junior Counsel in private practice.


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Joern Dobberstein
Inspections Manager, Banking Supervision Onsite Inspections, Central Bank of Ireland

Joern heads the IT risk inspection team within banking supervision at the Central Bank of Ireland. In this role he has IT risk assessed mayor Irish banks in key IT risk areas including IT security management, IT operations management, IT outsourcing, Business Continuity and IT risk management. 

He has over 15 years of experience in IT risk assessment and IT management in the financial sector, working as an IT auditor in both the public and private sector as well as in various IT operational roles. 
Joern participates and collaborates in various IT risk expert groups for the ECB, EBA and IOSCO. He holds a BSc (Honors) in Information Systems from Trinity College Dublin and has been granted the CISA certification by ISACA.

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CPD Hours

This conference is accredited for 2 hours for CDPOs and CFCPPs and 3 hours for Professional Bankers, Chartered Bankers, Certified Bank Directors, CIFDs, LCOIs and FCOIs. For Professional Bankers and Chartered Bankers this is relevant to the Specialist Content category.

Register

Members €30, Non-members €50. Click here to register.

As part of the designation fee, Professional Bankers, Chartered Bankers and Certified Bank Directors can register for this event free of charge.
Professional Bankers, Chartered Bankers and Certified Bank Directors click here to book your place

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