Past sibos: Toronto 2017

The cyber security ecosystem: Defining a taxonomy of existing, emerging and future cyber threats

17 October 2017
15:30 to 16:15
Main conference session SWIFT Institute

Despite high-profile cases in the media and the push from government agencies and industry groups, the importance of understanding cyber threats and the associated risks are still not widely known (or at least not widely communicated within organisations). In this session a new Cyber Threat Taxonomy, Cyber Attack Taxonomy and Knowledge-based Cyber Resilience Framework will be presented. Adopting these models across industries would enhance our understanding of cyber security and enable organisations to improve communication, coordination, governance and recovery when managing cyber security. These taxonomies are built upon the result of systematic research, which provides an overview of the cyber security ecosystem. They incorporate the most up-to-date understanding of ‘cyber harm’ as an attempt to facilitate a more incisive understanding of Value at Risk in Cyberspace (VaRiC).

Main conference session
18 October 2017
13:15 to 13:45
Main conference session SWIFTLab
17 October 2017
15:00 to 15:30
Main conference session SWIFTLab