In an increasingly inter-connected world, cyber security has become a global threat that knows no boundaries. Cyber criminals now have new channels through which they are able to disrupt systems and access valuable data, gaining the ability to cause wide-scale disruption and cost for institutions, reputation and customers alike.
Cyber Risk provides readers with a comprehensive overview of the key developments in cyber security within the financial space, enabling them to learn solutions to critical issues and formulate a good practice methodology that ensures they stay ahead of the latest threats.
Editor Michael Woodson has assembled a team of experts from institutions such as HSBC, Deutsche Bank, and the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, all of whom are uniquely qualified to contribute to the ongoing discussion regarding this capricious and exponentially significant risk.
Cyber risk for financial institutions is a relatively new and developing risk area but it is a huge issue that can only grow in importance. Cyber Risk addresses the growing concerns brought about by the increased frequency of cybercrime incidents in the financial industry, with authors discussing cutting edge tactics and regulation that respond to and counteract this evolving threat.
This multi-contributor book provides readers with a comprehensive overview of the key developments in cyber security within the financial space, enabling them to learn solutions to critical issues and formulate a good practice methodology that ensures they stay ahead of the latest threats.
- Cyber Risk Profile and Communication to the Board
- The Cyber Risk Landscape
- Cyber Security Metrics
- Regulations, Compliance and Cyber Risk Management
- Cyber Risks in Business Continuity Management and Supply Chain Resilience
- Third Party and Vendor Risk Management
- Cyber Incident Response
- Book - 9781782722830 / eBook - 9781782722908
- Publish date
- 30 Sep 2016
- 155mm x 235mm
Table of contents
Introduction - Michael L. Woodson
1. A Proposed Business-Oriented Approach to Cyber - David Leigh
2. A Practical Approach to Developing a Cybersecurity Programme - David Fairman
3. Regulations, Compliance and Cyber Risk Management - Don Anderson
4. The Role of Cyber Risk in the Organisation - Jack Jones
5. The Evolution of the Cyber Risk Role within the Three Lines of Defence - Alexander Abramov
6. Quantifying Cyber Risk - Jack Jones
7. Leadership and Culture: The Foundations of Cyber-Risk Management - Major General (Retired) Brett T. Williams
8. Understanding the Cyber Risk Landscape: An Integrated Framework - Mark Cooke
9. The Transformation of Information Security: New Threats and Vulnerabilities - Adrian Davis
10. Cybersecurity Metrics: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly - Adrian Davis
11. Third-Party Risk Management - Tom Garrubba
12. Cybersecurity's Neighbourhood Watch: The Strength of Information Sharing - Bill Nelson
13. Cyber Risks in Business Continuity Management and Supply Chain Resilience for Financial Institutions - Alexander Ellrodt
14. Cybersecurity Threats to the Critical Infrastructure - Brian Lozada
15. The True Meaning of Cyber Incident Response - Henry Jiang
16. Cyber Risk: Where We Have Been, Where We Are, and Where We Are Going - Mark Clancy