, – SGT with Udit Mathur, Senior Manager, Cybersecurity of Ernst & Young; Scott Hesford, Director of Solutions Engineering, APJ
As cyber threats continue to mount and exploit new attack surfaces, financial institutions (“FIs”) face the reality that cyber breaches are not a question of ‘if’, but ‘when’.
The needs to embrace emerging technologies, accelerate business transformation, and extend more connectivity to third parties—without increasing cyber risks--is a considerable challenge confronting FI’s.
The Monetary Authority of Singapore (“MAS”) has issued Technology Risk Management (“TRM”) Guidelines that presents a firm step toward further strengthening the cyber defenses of Singapore’s financial ecosystem, helping position the industry to thrive and effectively manage IT security risk in the post-Covid economic era.
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Udit Mathur is a Senior Manager within Cyber Security practice at Ernst & Young Singapore. Udit has over 7+ years of experience in helping clients with designing and implementing Privileged Access Management capabilities. He has served as a trusted security advisor for various financial services institutions in the USA and APAC regions, helping them achieve compliance and improve security posture.
Scott Hesford has over a decade of experience in IT security. Before joining BeyondTrust in 2019, he worked as Principal Consultant for CA Technologies and other large enterprises in Australia and New Zealand. A trusted cyber security advisor to enterprise customers, his experience spans across several industries such as banking, insurance, energy and utilities, in addition to state and federal governments. At BeyondTrust, Mr Hesford is an essential contributor in the regional security engineering department, helping enterprises and government agencies improve their security posture against internal and external threats.