Embracing C-RAF 2.0 to Data-at-Rest Security

Presented by

Shangyan Chen, Director, Sales Engineering, Thales CPL / Herman Sin, Manager, Cyber Security, PwC

About this talk

The Hong Kong Monetary Authority has recently introduced the enhanced Cybersecurity Fortification Initiative (CFI) 2.0 to improve and address the state of cybersecurity banking systems in Hong Kong with a structured implementation timeline starting in mid-2021. With most banks currently in the Cyber Resilience Assessment Framework (C-RAF) assessment implementation phase, some are facing compliances challenges with C-RAF requirements, i.e, applying a data protection strategy in data tokenization and encryption; as well as iCAST Simulation. In this upcoming webinar, experts from Thales and PwC will share insights on the C-RAF 2.0 and how the banking sector can apply the C-RAF assessment. This webinar will discuss the following topics: We’ll cover the following: • Tips and techniques to debunk C-RAF 2.0 framework • Key root causes identified from iCAST Exercises • Real-world use cases sharing on C-RAF assessment: challenges in sensitive data protection • Using C-RAF to prepare better for data protection and encryption strategy

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