About the FinCyber Strategy Project

In 2019, Carnegie’s Cyber Policy Initiative launched a project to develop an ‘International Strategy for Cybersecurity and the Global Financial System (2021-2024)’ released in November 2020. Most of the initiatives undertaken by governments and industry following the 2016 Bangladesh incident had been reactive lacking a more long-term, coherent vision for how to protect the financial system against cyber attacks. To make the sum larger than its parts, the Carnegie project built on existing efforts, identified gaps, and outlines a more comprehensive approach to maximize the impact of existing activities, strengthen the connective tissue between them, and to propose next steps. This includes outlining how emerging best practices and lessons learned could be internationalized and implemented.

An international advisory group provided input and feedback throughout the project in addition to Carnegie’s engagement with 200+ stakeholders and the partnership with the World Economic Forum established in February 2020.

The final report is available here.

The executive summary is available here.

Advisory Group

Philipp Amann

Philipp Amann is the Head of Strategy at the European Cybercrime Centre. He has worked in various fields, including the financial sector, global disarmament, international investigations and on issues related to safety and security in cyberspace. Philipp held positions with the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, the International Criminal Court, the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe and the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization. He is a member of ENISA’s Advisory Group and collaborates with the World Economic Forum on establishing an Alliance against Cybercrime. Philipp holds degrees in business informatics as well as forensic computing and cybercrime investigation.

Paolo Ciocca

As the Commissioner of CONSOB, Paolo Ciocca is responsible for the regulation of the Italian securities market. Before his tenure as Commissioner, Paolo served as Deputy Director General of the Security Information Department of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers from 2013 to 2018. There, he was responsible for Italy’s national cybersecurity initiative. He also previously served as the Chair of the Committee on Fiscal Affairs of the OECD (2006-2010), the Director General of Finances of the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance (2005-2007), and the Director of International Relations for the MEF’s Department of Finance. He is an expert in strategic economic and geopolitical analysis, technological innovation and its effects on economies and financial markets, and public-private research collaboration. He holds a PhD in corporate tax law, and speaks German, English, and French. He lives in Rome with his wife and three children.

Alexander Evans

Alexander Evans Ph.D. is a senior British diplomat and a former Director Cyber in the U.K. Foreign Office (2018-2020). He has also been an adviser to the Prime Minister in 10 Downing Street, Deputy and Acting High Commissioner to India, served in Pakistan, and on the U.K. Policy Planning Staff. He led the U.N. Security Council expert group on Daesh, Al Qaida, and the Taliban and was a senior adviser to the late Ambassador Richard Holbrooke at the Department of State during the first Obama administration. He was director of studies at the Centre for the Study of Financial Innovation in London, where among other issues he led work on financial stability, cyber-security, basic banking, and inclusion. He now serves on its Governing Council. He is a former senior fellow at Yale, Gwilym Gibbon Fellow at Nuffield College Oxford, and Henry Kissinger Chair at the Library of Congress. He has written for a range of publications including Foreign Affairs and the Banker, and has commented for CNN, BBC, and NPR.

Jon Fanzun

Jon Fanzun is the special envoy for cyber foreign and security policy at the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs (FDFA). The office of the special envoy is responsible for the strategic and operational management and design of Switzerland’s cyber foreign and security policy. It deals with the challenges that developments in the digital world pose for Switzerland’s foreign and security policy. From 2012 to 2018 he was chief of staff of the FDFA (for two federal councilors). He also served two years as senior advisor to Federal councilor Burkhalter at the Federal Department of Home Affairs (2010-2012). Prior to that he worked for the FDP - The Liberals (as group secretary). From 1997 to 2003 he worked at the Center for Security Studies at the ETH Zurich. He studied international relations and holds a PhD in political science from the University of St. Gallen (HSG).

Tobias Feakin

Dr. Tobias Feakin is Australia’s inaugural Ambassador for Cyber Affairs and Critical Technology. He commenced as Ambassador for Cyber Affairs in January 2017, before having his mandate expanded to reflect the central role that technology issues have in geopolitics. He leads Australia’s Whole of Government international engagement to advance and protect Australia’s national security, foreign policy, economic and trade, and development interests in cyberspace and critical technology. Ambassador Feakin was a member of the Independent Panel of Experts that supported the Australian Cyber Security Review to produce Australia’s 2016 Cyber Security Strategy. Following that, he led the creation of Australia’s International Cyber Engagement Strategy. Prior to his Ambassadorial appointment, Dr Feakin was the Director of National Security Programs at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute from 2012 to 2016 where he established the Institute’s International Cyber Policy Centre. Prior to this he was Director for National Security and Resilience at the Royal United Services Institute in London from 2006-2012. Ambassador Feakin is a Senior Fellow with the Royal United Services Institute. He holds an Honours Degree in Security Studies and a Ph.D. in International Politics and Security Studies, both from the University of Bradford.

Art Lindo

Arthur Lindo is the Deputy Director of the Federal Reserve Board’s Division of Supervision and Regulation. He is primarily responsible for the development and implementation of the Board’s regulations and policies related to the financial services sector. He also advises the Board on emerging policy and technical matters that have implications for global financial markets and for U.S. financial institutions operating abroad. He also serves on the Operating Committee for the Board’s Large Institution Supervision Coordinating Committee, as well as the Oversight Committee for the Board’s Partnership for Progress program. He is also the Chairman of the Appraisal Subcommittee of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), the Chairman of the FFIEC’s Task force on Supervision, and a member of the G-7 Cyber Experts Group. Art holds a BA in Accounting from the Catholic University of America and an MBA in Finance from the George Washington University.

Sultan Meghji

Sultan Meghji currently serves as the inaugural Chief Innovation Officer of the US Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). He co-founded and previously served as the Chief Executive Officer at Neocova. A technology and international business entrepreneur for more than 20 years, Sultan has launched and sold a number of businesses, and has provided senior business and technology leadership at organizations including ABN AMRO, American Express, Monsanto, and United Airlines. He has also advised the U.S. Treasury, G7, FDIC, OCC, and FBI on cybersecurity and emerging technologies like quantum computing and artificial intelligence.

Matthew Noyes

Matthew Noyes is the cyber policy advisor for the US Secret Service. In this role, he leads development of strategy and policy, primarily as it relates to conducting transnational cybercrime investigations to protect the US financial sector and other critical systems. His previous cybersecurity related experience includes teaching graduate school courses on cyber policy and work as a consultant on cybersecurity risk management. Matt also supports the Office of the Secretary of Defense for Cyber Policy as an Army Reserve Augmentee. He previously served on active duty as an infantry officer in Germany and was deployed twice to Iraq, in 2007 and 2009. Matt holds a master in public policy in international and global affairs from the Harvard Kennedy School and a bachelor’s degree in computer science and applied computational mathematics from the University of Washington.

Marcus Pleyer

Dr. Marcus Pleyer assumed the position of President of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) on 1 July 2020 for a two-year term. In his national role, he serves as Deputy Director General in Germany’s Federal Ministry of Finance with responsibilities for policy development and international engagement pertaining International Financial Markets (including FSB, G7, G20 matters), Anti- Money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing (AML/CFT), Financial Sanctions Policy, Digital Finance including Payment Services and Cyber Security and national and international development banks.

Tan Yeow Seng

Yeow Seng Tan is the first Chief Cyber Security Officer for the Monetary Authority of Singapore. Mr. Tan is responsible for cybersecurity policy within Singapore’s financial sector and works with Singapore’s financial institutions to ensure the integrity of their systems and the security of their online services. Mr. Tan also serves as Executive Director for Technology Risk and Payments at the MAS. He was educated at the National University of Singapore.

Fiona van Echelpoel

Fiona van Echelpoel is Deputy Director General in the Directorate General Market Infrastructure and Payments (DG-MIP) of the ECB since January 2018. She has a broad background in central banking, having worked in a number of functions in the market infrastructure and market operations areas of the ECB since its establishment in 1998 and previously for its forerunner the European Monetary Institute (EMI); prior to that she worked at the Central Bank of Ireland. She represents the ECB in various European and international fora and chairs the ESCB CCP Working Group, co-chairs the TARGET2-Securities Cooperative Arrangement and the European Forum on the Security of Retail Payments (SecuRePay) as well as being chair of the ECB’s Internal Crypto Assets Task Force. She holds a degree in Economics and Politics from University College Dublin.

Valerie Abend

Valerie Abend is a managing director at Accenture Security. As Accenture’s leader for both the North America Financial Services Cybersecurity and Global Cyber Regulatory Practices, Abend advises C-suite executives on how to manage cyber risk to enable new business strategies and remain resilient in the face of rapidly evolving threats. Previously, Abend served as the senior critical infrastructure officer for the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. In this role, she conceptualized and led the U.S. Federal banking agencies’ cybersecurity and resilience strategy, reshaping the cyber supervision processes and examination policy, and the agencies’ interaction with law enforcement and the intelligence community. Abend was a managing director at Bank of New York Mellon and has served as a senior executive at the Federal Reserve Board and as deputy assistant secretary for critical infrastructure protection at the Treasury Department. Earlier in her career, Abend was an associate director at KPMG and on the staff of two congressional commissions studying internet policy issues. Abend has testified several times in front of Congress and is frequently quoted in media on cybersecurity issues. She currently serves as a member of the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s Cybersecurity Advisory Panel, as an advisor to the Board for the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC), and is a member of the Executive Women’s Forum. She also held prior positions on the White House’s Identity Theft Task Force, the Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Homeland Security Committee, and on the Board of Directors for the Internet Security Alliance.

Meg Anderson

Meg Anderson leads the Information Security & Risk team for Principal Financial Group® in the role of VP-Chief Information Security Officer. She drives information security strategy for the global Fortune 500 company including security operations, identity and access management, data protection, governance, risk and compliance. Meg participates on a wide variety of CISO councils, is a Board member of the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) and is chair of the Strategy Committee of the board. Before the role of VP-CISO, Meg acquired over twenty years of technical and leadership experience in application development. Meg graduated from the University of Iowa with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Information Systems.

Devon Bryan

Devon Bryan joined MUFG in August 2020 as Chief Information Security Officer, head of Enterprise Information Security. Bryan is responsible for establishing and maintaining a comprehensive information security strategy and program to ensure that information assets and technologies are appropriately protected. He is also responsible for ensuring that information security risks are identified, evaluated, mitigated, and reported to meet compliance and regulatory requirements.

Most recently, he served as the CISO for KPMG for the United States and the Americas, where he was charged with effectively designing and executing a best-in-class information and data security function.

Prior to KPMG, Bryan was the CISO for the National IT Organization of the Federal Reserve System, responsible for ensuring the effectiveness and efficiency of the Fed’s information security policies, architecture, programs, and incident response team. He was the Global CISO for ADP, and Deputy CISO for the Internal Revenue Service.

Bryan’s information security career began in the U.S. Air Force, where he served for over a decade as a captain and lead network security engineer working on systems and programs to protect the critical network and communications networks of the Air Force’s Air Combat Command.

Bryan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Mathematics from South Dakota Technological University and a Master of Science degree in Computer Science from Colorado Technological University, graduating Summa Cum Laude. He also co-founded the International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals.

Bryan holds multiple cybersecurity certifications including CISSP, CIPP/US and CIPP/EU.

Martin Boer

Martin Boer is Director of Regulatory Affairs at the IIF where he advocates on a range of regulatory and policy topics, including regulatory consistency, market fragmentation, impact assessment, prudential capital and liquidity standards. He is also the IIF lead on cyber security, with a focus on global regulatory developments, operational resilience maturity, and the impact of cyber events on financial institutions and financial stability. He previously served as Secretary General of the European Financial Services Round Table (EFR) in Brussels and at ING Group HQ in Amsterdam. He holds a B.A. from UC-Santa Barbara and an M.A. in International Political Economy from Columbia University SIPA.

Craig Froelich

Craig Froelich is chief information security officer for Bank of America, responsible for the bank’s information security strategy. He leads a team of experts across 16 countries dedicated to protecting the company’s information systems, safeguarding client and employee data, and ensuring overall cyber resilience.

Bank of America’s information security team defends against current and future threats to the company, partnering closely with industry and government associations to ensure security of the sector as a whole. Froelich is an advocate for diversity in tech, including narrowing the hiring gap for women and neurodivergent individuals.

Before joining the bank in 2001, Froelich held executive management roles at consulting firms and security service organizations. He has 10+ years’ experience in product management and application development for software and hardware companies and technology service providers.

Froelich has received industry awards for leadership, including appearing on the Top 100 Global CISO list. He serves as chair of the Financial Systemic Analysis and Resilience Center. He is a former chair and current board member of the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center, and former chair and current member of the Executive Committee of Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council. Froelich serves on the board of Sheltered Harbor and the executive committee of BITS, the technology policy division of the Bank Policy Institute. He served as a U.S. representative to the G7 Cyber Experts Group, is a member of the World Economic Forum Center for Cybersecurity, and FinCyber advisor for the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Ramy Houssaini

Ramy Houssaini is the global chief cyber and technology risk officer and group data protection officer for BNP Paribas. He is a member of the firm’s RISK Executive Board. Prior to his current role, Ramy served as the vice president of British Telecom in Europe, the regional head of the cyber practice for Accenture and as the vice president for global risk management at Visa Inc. He is a member of the G7 Cyber Security workgroup and also serves on the advisory board of several startups focusing on optimizing operational risks.

Brett Lancaster

Brett Lancaster is Global Head of IT and Cyber Risk at Euroclear. Before that, he was Managing Director and Global Head of Customer Security at SWIFT. Lancaster was one of the founding members of SWIFT’s Customer Security Programme (CSP) and served as overall CSP Programme Director. Prior to joining SWIFT, he led the business operations of a subsidiary business at DTCC in New York, and also held senior management roles at Accenture where he delivered transformation change at blue-chip financial services firms in New York and London. Brett holds a Masters’ degree from Loughborough University and brings more than 25 years of experience in financial services.

Mark Morrison

Mark Morrison is a Senior Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer for Operation Clearing Corporation, where he is responsible for information security and business continuity. Prior to joining OCC, he held the same roles at State Street Corporation, where he was responsible for coordinating information security and threat intelligence efforts across the company. Mark has also served as Deputy Chief Information Officer in the U.S. Department of Defense, and as the Chief Information Security Officer for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence and the Defense Intelligence Agency. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.

Marc Radice

Marc Philippe Radice, FRM is the Head of International Affairs for the Zurich Insurance Group. He leads Zurich’s international policymaking efforts, and is an expert in capital management, liquidity and financial risk management, re/insurance regulation, and risk tolerance. From 2011 to 2015, Marc led the delegation of the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) to the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS). Within IAIS he also served as vice-chair of the Technical Committee and as a member of the Financial Stability Committee. At FINMA, Marc coordinated with the Swiss National Bank and the State Secretariat for International Financial matters to establish Swiss policy for insurance matters with the Financial Stability Board.

Jason Witty

Jason Witty is the global chief information security officer and head of cybersecurity & technology controls at JP Morgan Chase. He is a member of the firm’s Global Technology Operating Committee. In his prior role as chief information security officer (CISO) at U.S. Bankcorp, Witty provided singular accountability for all information security controls in the company. He also had responsibility for enterprise-wide customer authentication products as well as Internet and DDA channel fraud. Witty led multiple classified and unclassified sector-wide initiatives to upgrade the security posture for U.S. Critical National Infrastructure, including overseeing creation of industry-wide products for destructive malware best practices and utilization of clearances within the financial sector. Witty also serves as the chair of the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) as well as previously served as the sector chief for financial services in FBI Chicago’s Infragard program.

Charles Blauner

Charles Blauner is the President of Cyber Aegis, a boutique cyber risk management consultancy. Charles has had a distinguished career working on Information Security for over 30 years, 25 years in Financial Services, including being the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at JP Morgan and Deutsche Bank, and most recently the Global Head of Information Security at Citi. He also serves as Operating Partner and CISO in Residence at Team8 and as a Venture Advisor at the Cyber Mentor Fund. Charles has held numerous industry leadership roles including Chair of the Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council (FSSCC), founding Director of the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC), and the Chair of the OpenGroup’s Security Program. He has worked closely with banking regulators around the world (OCC, FRB, BoE, MAS, and HKMA) to help reduce the risk posed by cyber threats to the financial sector at large. Charles has an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Southern California (USC) and a B.S. in Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI).

John Carlson

John W. Carlson is a principal for security assurance at Amazon Web Services (AWS) focused on security assurance for financial services customers and regulators. He leads engagement with financial regulators globally on security, resiliency, and compliance. Prior to joining AWS, Carlson served as the chief of staff of the Financial Services Information Sharing & Analysis Center (FS-ISAC), vice chairman of Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council (FSSCC), executive vice president at BITS (technology policy division of the Bank Policy Institute), managing director at Morgan Stanley, and head of bank technology at the US Office of Comptroller of the Currency. Carlson earned a master’s degree in public policy from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and a bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Maryland.

Craig Jones

Craig Jones is the Director of Cybercrime at Interpol and leads the Global Cybercrime Programme. Craig is an expert in the area of cyber/ digital crime investigations and capabilities development. He previously held several senior management positions in the UK law enforcement, most recently at the National Crime Agency in the UK. In this capacity, he coordinated the UK’s law enforcement response to the National Cyber Security Programme, which underpinned the UK’s National Cyber Security Strategy. He also worked on the international capacity framework project, representing the UK and now Interpol, at the Global Forum for Cyber Expertise working groups and forums.

Jeremy Jurgens

Jeremy Jurgens is Managing Director & Head of the Centre for Cybersecurity of the World Economic Forum in Geneva, Switzerland. He is responsible for the Member and Partner companies essential to the mission of the Forum as the International Organisation for Public-Private Cooperation. His responsibilities include oversight of all industry initiatives, innovation and technology pioneer communities, the Forum’s offices in China and Japan as well as the Center for CyberSecurity. He has served in various functions since 1999 including Chief Information Officer, Chief Representative China, the head of the Annual Meeting in Davos and the architect of the Forum’s Strategic Intelligence Platform.

Prior to joining the Forum, Jeremy Jurgens has worked at Microsoft, Patagonia and the Japanese Ministry of Finance. He holds a Master in Education from Harvard University and a BA in Economics from and International Relations, Claremont McKenna College.

Marina Moretti

Marina Moretti is assistant director and head of the Financial Supervision and Regulation Division in the Monetary and Capital Markets Department of the International Monetary Fund. She oversees policy analysis, capacity development, and assessments of prudential and conduct-of-business regulation and supervision, working with standard setting bodies. She previously headed IMF work on financial crisis preparedness and management, including crisis management operations. Ms. Moretti was a member of the FSB Secretariat between 2008 and 2010. Prior to joining the IMF, she held various positions with the World Bank and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.

Njuguna Ndung’u

Njuguna Ndung’u is the executive director of the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC), a Pan African premier capacity building network. He is the immediate former governor of the Central Bank of Kenya, where he served for two four-year terms from 2007 to 2015. He is an associate professor of economics at the University of Nairobi, Kenya (on leave of absence). He has been a member of Global Advisory Council (GAC) of the World Economic Forum. He holds a PhD in economic from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Currently he is a member of the Brookings Africa Growth Intiative (AGI) Distinguished Advisory Group, a member of the Advisory Committee of the Alliance for Financial Inclusion, AFI, that coordinates financial inclusion policies in Africa, Asia ,and Latin America, and a senior advisor for the UNCDF-based Better Than Cash Alliance.

Cameron ‘Buck’ Rogers

Cameron ‘Buck’ Rogers is a professor in cybersecurity at the University of Gloucestershire. He was the former group head of the resilience advisory function at HSBC. He joined HSBC in June 2019 from the Bank of England where he was chief information security officer and latterly chief security officer. At the Bank of England, Rogers designed the CBEST program, managed the second line risk functions covering cyber, physical, and BCIM, and supported the Prudential Regulation Authority with subject matter expertise relating to cyberspace. Before joining the Bank of England, Rogers held a number of senior leadership roles at the Ministry of Defence following a 15-year career in the Royal Navy. He holds a professorship in cyber security at the University of Gloucestershire, and in recognition of his contributions to the information security industry he was awarded a fellowship from the Council of Registered Ethical Security Testers (CREST).

Boris Ruge

Ambassador Boris Ruge is vice-chairman of the Munich Security Conference. He previously served as director for the Middle East and North Africa at the Foreign Office in Berlin, as German ambassador to Saudi Arabia, and as deputy ambassador to the United States. Apart from the Middle East, much of his career has been focused on security policy. Ruge did his graduate work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Bologna Center of Johns Hopkins. He was a participant in the 2005 course of the Royal College of Defence Studies in London.

Steven Silberstein

Steven Silberstein is president and CEO of FS-ISAC (Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center). Most recently, he served as the COO of BlueVoyant, a cybersecurity company. Prior, he has held business and technology positions in the global financial services sector, including CEO of Sheltered Harbor (an FS-ISAC subsidiary), CTO/SVP of fintech provider SunGard, and managing director of Lehman Brothers. He is currently an adjunct professor at the Fordham University Gabelli School of Business, serves on the Rensselaer’s Lally School of Business Leadership Council, and is a development partner of the Acumen Fund.

Natasha de Teran

Natasha de Teran is a nonresident scholar at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and the former Head of Corporate Affairs at the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (SWIFT), a position she held for six years. There, she held primary responsibility for SWIFT’s government and media relations, public policy, regulatory affairs, and corporate, internal, crisis, and stakeholder communications. She also serves as on the Board of the Information Technology Industry Council, Post Trade Standing Committee at the European Securities and Markets Authority (ESMA), and the Payment Systems Markets Expert Group of the European Commission.

Cheri McGuire

Cheri McGuire is a technology and cyber security risk and advisory leader with more than 30 years in strategy, policy, and operations, and spanning the financial, technology, consulting, and government sectors. She currently serves as the chief technology officer (CTO) for SWIFT, a global member-owned cooperative providing secure financial messaging services and products that connect more than 11,000 financial organizations in more than 200 countries and territories. As CTO, she oversees all aspects of the SWIFT technology platform, network, cloud capabilities, and security, with a focus on resilience, trust, and innovation.

Prior to her role at SWIFT, she served on the board of directors for Entrust Corporation, and on the advisory boards for Tenable, Garrison, Security Scorecard, and X-Analytics corporations. From 2016 to 2019, she served as managing director and group chief information security officer (CISO) for Standard Chartered PLC in London. She was responsible for the bank’s global information and cyber risk management strategy, governance, policy, training/awareness, third party security risk, control assurance testing, regulatory engagement, and industry partnerships. Prior to Standard Chartered, she served as vice president of global government affairs and cybersecurity policy at Symantec, director for critical infrastructure and cybersecurity in Microsoft’s Trustworthy Computing Group, director of the DHS National Cyber Security Division/US-CERT, program manager at Booz Allen Hamilton, and as a congressional staffer.

In 2021 she was reappointed by the Monetary Authority of Singapore to a third two-year term on its international Cyber Security Advisory Panel. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the Cybercrime Support Network, a non-profit providing education and tools to aid individuals and small businesses impacted by cybercrime. In addition, she previously served on the World Economic Forum Global Future Council on Cybersecurity, the Europol Advisory Group on Financial Services, the UK Cyber Defence Alliance, and the Industry Executive Subcommittee of the President’s National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee. She has testified numerous times as an invited expert before the U.S. Congress.

GOVERNMENT AND CENTRAL BANKS Philipp Amann, Head of Strategy, European Cybercrime CentreEuropol
Paolo Ciocca, Commissioner of CONSOBCONSOB, Italy
Alexander Evans, former Director CyberUK FCDO
Jon Fanzun, Special Envoy for Cyber Foreign and Security Policy MFA, Switzerland
Tobias Feakin, Ambassador for Cyber Affairs and Critical Technology DFAT, Australia
Art Lindo, Deputy Director, Division of Supervision and RegulationFederal Reserve Board, USA
Sultan Meghji, Chief Innovation Officer FDIC, USA
Matthew Noyes, Cyber Policy and Strategy Director, Office of Investigations U.S. Secret Service, USA
Marcus Pleyer, Deputy Director General & FATF President Federal Ministry of Finance, Germany & Financial Action Task Force
Yeow Seng Tan, Chief Cyber Security Officer MAS, Singapore
Fiona van Echelpoel, Deputy Director GeneralEuropean Central Bank
FINANCIAL INDUSTRY Valerie Abend, Managing Director, Financial Services Cybersecurity and Global Cyber Regulatory Practices (TBC)Accenture
Meg Anderson, VP-Chief Information Security Officer Principal Financial Group
Devon Bryan, Chief Information Security Officer MUFG Union Bank
Martin Boer, Director of Regulatory Affairs Institute of International Finance (IIF)
Craig Froelich, Chief Information Security OfficerBank of America
Ramy Houssaini, Chief Cyber & Technology Risk Officer and Group Privacy Officer BNP Paribas
Brett Lancaster, Global Head of IT and Cyber RiskEuroclear
Mark Morrison, CISO (and chair of the cybersecurity working group of the World Federation of Exchanges)Options Clearing Corporation
Marc Radice, Head of International AffairsZurich Insurance Group
Jason Witty, Chief Information Security Officer JPMC
OTHER Charles Blauner, President Cyber Aegis
John Carlson, Principal for Security AssuranceAWS
Craig Jones, Director of Cybercrime INTERPOL
Jeremy Jurgens, Managing Director & Head of the Centre for Cybersecurity World Economic Forum
Marina Moretti, Assistant Director and Head of the Financial Supervision and Regulation DivisionInternational Monetary Fund
Njuguna Ndung’u, Executive DirectorAfrican Economic Research Consortium
Buck Rogers, Professor of CybersecurityUniversity of Gloucestershire
Boris Ruge, Ambassador and Vice Chairman of the Munich Security Conference Munich Security Conference
Steve Silberstein, CEO FS-ISAC
CARNEGIE SCHOLARS Natasha de Teran, Nonresident scholar Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Cheri McGuire, Nonresident scholar Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

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