Business Resilience Through ‘Zero Trust’CyberEdBoard Executive Member Maria Filomena Gibe Speaks on Panel at ISMG Virtual Cybersecurity Summit Asia: Financial Services
Owing to the ongoing pandemic and the remote workplace scenario, the financial services organizations across APAC have taken up the digital transformation drive to build better business resilience with a comprehensive security posture.
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The concept of "zero trust" has ushered in this exciting phase, which has helped build trust with continuous verification that we claim to be the proper business authority. Making a significant enhancement to traditional network security and pushing the trust factor through continuous authentication, authorization, and validation, the zero trust framework enveloped the people, process, and platforms to build the required resilience.
CyberEdBoard member Maria Filomena Gibe speaks on a panel at ISMG Virtual Cybersecurity Summit Asia: Financial Services. The panel discusses:
- How zero trust has made security a business enabler;
- Building a multifactor authentication model based on zero trust;
- Building a zero trust framework aligned with people, process and platforms.
Gibe holds the position of chief information security officer in City Savings Bank in the Philippines. She is also the bank's data privacy officer and chief security officer. Gibe has been working in the banking industry for 31 years, and for 12 of those years she focused on ensuring information security, general security and safety.