BFSI IT & Security Leaders vForum On-Demand Sessions

This virtual event took place from June 7 - 9, 2021

“How to pay for it?” IT Strategies to Accelerate Digital Transformation

Presented by: Anne Plese, Sr. Director Product Marketing, Rimini Street

Digital transformation can deliver a sustainable competitive edge for organizations across the banking, financial services and insurance industries.  CIOs are often left to address: “How are we going to pay for this?” with ongoing operations and enhancements consuming 80%-90% of a typical IT budget.

From DevSecOps to Value Stream Management in BFSI

Presented by: Julian Fish, Director of Products and Head of Value, Micro Focus

As BFSI organizations improve the maturity of their DevSecOps transformations, senior executives are beginning to question how the people, process, culture and technology changes made during transformation are adding value to their organizations. With a streamlined organization and delivery process in place, why is it still so difficult to compete with leaner, smaller startups who seem able to deliver innovative, new products at the drop of a hat? What is the long-term value of the transformation investment made so far, and how recent changes help address the future demands of their organization?

Applications and Data Patterns in the Multi-cloud era

Presented by: Mike Bachman, Office of the CTO, Boomi

Automate Security with Threat Intelligence

Presented by: Levi Gundert, SVP Global Intelligence, Recorded Future

Automation is a powerful asset to any company — unfortunately, automation is also a powerful tool that cybercriminals leverage to attack their targets. Threat actors can use it to control the distribution and communication of malware, provide commands, and initiate future phases of an attack — such as deploying additional malware.

Automating Governance, Risk and Compliance

Presented by: John Willis, Sr. Director of the Global Transformation Office, Red Hat

Finding a proper balance between classic IT governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) and modernization initiatives is a difficult process for most large organizations. Classic organizational risk policy profiles are often redundant, misaligned, or – in many cases – outdated.