Technology Risk Supervision Program in Zambia *POSTPONED*

Banking

Monday, March 23, 2020 - Friday, March 27, 2020

Please note that this program has been postponed due to COVID-19 concerns, and will be completed at a later date. 

This program is not open for registration. Please contact fsalezadeh@torontocentre.org if you are interested in this program.


Program Objectives

This program is designed to impart a comprehensive perspective on the origin and drivers of various information technology (IT) risks as well as the identification and assessment of these risks. The training includes review of industry practices on IT Governance to manage and mitigate the IT risks and challenges. More importantly, the training provides a comprehensive understanding of prudential regulatory and supervisory practices that are aligned with international standards.

This is a highly interactive program and through the use of real-life case studies on information security, cybercrime and cyber security, IT outsourcing, business continuity management practices, risks underlying data integrity, emerging fintech risks and attendant risks, it aims to provide participants with a practical approach to enhancing supervisory capacity in the area of technology risk supervision

Target Audience

This program is designed for middle-to-senior level supervisors engaged in the supervisory oversight of information technology and related operational risks in Zambia.  Participants should have at least three years of working experience in financial sector supervision, analysis, or policy and be proficient in English.   


Registration for this program is by invitation only.


This program is held in partnership with:

                    

Program Materials

Program Contact

Farnaz Salehzadeh
fsalehzadeh@torontocentre.org