LAHORE: A workshop on “Cyber Incident Management” held here at the Institute of Bankers on Thursday discussed best practices for in-depth study of management methods, immediate containment and detailed analysis of cyber attacks.
The workshop was organized by Techaccess Pakistan in Karachi and brought together representatives from 13 banks. Speaking at the workshop, Syed Aun Abbas Bokhari said that the workshop addressed current issues affecting our security missions. Highlighting the professional interest and passionate participation of bank representatives, he said they had made interesting observations and demonstrated that their use of the tools during incident management trials demonstrated a serious professional approach to management. multiple security risks that endanger the financial sector.
Ali Imran stressed the need to extend the educational approach to analysts engaged in sensitive departments such as the security operations center and incident response teams in order to continuously update their knowledge on security procedures. He said awareness of new emerging threats is necessary to appropriately detect and update new IT architectures to improve the resilience of the IT platform of sensitive institutes. Techaccess’ Tariq Malik said he visited several banks with a security portfolio earlier and highlighted the need for incident management and capacity building frameworks. Participants recommended sharing the incident management workshop through university channels in major cities in Pakistan so that younger generations can benefit from it and improve their job prospects.