Payments UK, OpenDNS & RANT Events join together to bring you a unique RANT Event exclusively for Payments UK Members. This superb RANT panel will comprise of some of the most senior Payments UK members from Barclays, Lloyds Banking Group, RBS and HSBC. Hosted by Craig Rice, the panel will be put under the spotlight and asked to share their views on some of the most pressing Information Security challenges and cyber security developments at the moment.
The Payments UK Security Team is a unique cyber security capability serving all Payments UK members as well as providing support to UK critical national infrastructure payments schemes. In addition to the annual cyber security and fraud seminar in the autumn, the team invite you to this collaborative event with RANT Events Ltd.
RANT Events provide a unique series of disruptive and controversial cyber security events that aim to bring the hottest topics to the stage in a relaxed environment that is conducive to audience engagement, interaction and interjection. We source only the most passionate and fervent speakers to ensure the audience is forthcoming with sharing challenges and solutions.
The Pepys is at the far end of Stew Lane, head up the stairs and collect your badge from Gemma and Luke on the front desk. If this is your first time at RANT our team will be able to explain the event style and let you know what to expect from the evening. Grab a drink from the bar and enjoy the networking until the discussion commences.
Tom will open the evening by explaining what to expect from RANT, introduce Payments UK, Open DNS and our speakers for the evening.
OpenDNS will set the tone with a 15-minute rant on Cyber Crime.
Introduction from Craig Rice, Director of Security, Payments UK
Our exceptional panel of speakers from Barclays, Lloyds Banking Group, RBS and HSBC will be put under the spotlight and asked to share their views on some of the most pressing Information Security challenges and cyber security developments at the moment.
Panel discussion summary and close from Craig Rice.