How do you build Operational Resilience?


We don't need to tell you Operational Resilience is now a hot topic in the financial services sector.

As a result of the recent Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA), all organisations are now focussed on minimising operational disruption as well as being able to respond if and when any disruption does occur.

Everyone has a role to play (institutions, regulators and technology providers) but how can data be used as a foundation for strengthening Operational Resilience during a period where the world is rapidly evolving?

Attend our on demand virtual event at a time that is right for youo as we bring together Financial Services experts to give a perspective on how you can build an Operational Resilience framework which protects your organisation in the most effective way.

This event will be relevant to any individual involved with maintaining operational resilience, particularly those in IT Operations, App Dev, Security, Financial Crime, Compliance, Risk and Audit.

Join our panel of experts to understand:

  • What can financial services institutions do to improve Operational Resilience?
  • Why taking a data-driven approach to Operational Resilience is critical
  • How you can bring all relevant data together in order to maintain Operational Resilience - strengthening IT Operations, improving Security and reducing Financial Crime?
  • Why is managing workloads in the cloud beneficial for Operational Resilience?

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Topics Covered

What does a financial company need to do to improve Operational Resilience?
Duncan Ash, Area Vice President, Financial Services, Splunk

The importance of taking a data-driven approach to Operational Resilience spanning all areas of IT, Security, Crime and Audit.

Key components of Operational Resilience (1)
IT infrastructure / networks, applications and devices, customer experience
Will Cappelli, DevOps Specialist, Splunk

How to deliver ongoing improvements to business services in order to maintain the best possible customer experience.

Key components of Operational Resilience (2)
Security - cyber, process and physical
Simon Johnson, Security Director, Splunk

Maintaining the security of business services while reacting to a rapidly evolving threat landscape.

Key components of Operational Resilience (3)
Financial Crime / Fraud
Haider Al-Seaidy, Financial Services Industry Specialist, Splunk

Deploying a framework to detect entities engaged in Financial Crime / Fraud (accounts, individuals, or employees).

So, how do you build Operational Resilience?
Duncan Ash, Area Vice President, Financial Services, Splunk

Key learnings from discussions covered that you can take back to your organisation in order to build and improve your Operational Resilience



Our Speakers

Duncan Ash

Area Vice President, Splunk

Haider Al-Seaidy

Financial Services Industry Specialist, Splunk

Simon Johnson

Security Director, Splunk

Will Cappelli

DevOps Specialist, Splunk