European Cybersecurity Month is the EU’s annual awareness campaign that takes place each October across Europe.
The aim is to raise awareness of cyber security threats, promote cyber security among citizens and organisations.
Emerging Fintech startups around the globe are facing the same challanges regarding regulations, capital and financial innovation.
Though it’s a rich tapestry of services that make up the fintech world, they’re united by one challenge: cyber security.
A fintech startup handles extremely sensitive data, and that means your business has to fortify the infrastructure against cyberattacks.
Investing in security for a fintech startup needs to be a top priority to ensure customer confidence for your products and rise the potential of profitable exit within the industry.
As part of the European Cybersecurity Month, we will be discussing these challanges with our special guest - Tal Mozes.
Tal Mozes is a partner with Ernst & Young's Cyber Security Centre for financial sectors, based in London, UK.
Previously, Tal lead EY Americas Cyber Security Centre of Excellence. This cutting-edge team of professionals is dedicated to conducting attack and penetration assessments for EY clients, Cyber Threat Management, Incident Response, Threat Intelligence, Strategic Cyber Security planning and Privacy. In this role Tal was responsible for all aspects of the centre including people, quality, growth, and operations.
Tal has over eighteen years of experience in cyber and information security fields, as well as experience in managing and training professional information security staff, focusing on reverse engineering, malwares analysis, penetration testing, code reviews, security assessments, SDLC, security transformations, security risk management and more.
Prior to leading the Advanced Security Centre of Excellence, he co-founded Hacktics ltd in 2004 (acquired by EY Americas) and Seeker Security (acquired by Synopsys). Seeker was an IAST pioneer, the next generation of application security testing technology.