London, United Kingdom, April 04, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Arthur Jimmons, DISD Chief together with an elite selection of industry data security experts completed the lineup of speakers and lecturers. “We are reviewing our policies and process to come up with better guidelines to ensure a more secure data network,” shared Arthur before the start of the convention. “We take this responsibility to heart. These coming changes speak of our renewed and ceaseless commitment to the safeguarding of corporate and personal data processed every second of the day,” Arthur continued.
Cyber threats abound. Hackers are getting more creative and smart. National Futures and Commodities Exchange has to be one step ahead in protecting & securing all data & information entrusted to us by our clients. Simulations and hacking exercises became part of the convention as well as demonstration of how accounts are hacked. “Vigilance is not enough. One cannot be vigilant if he doesn’t know what he is on the lookout for. It is important for everyone to be aware of how to detect a compromised account,” shared Drew Hilton, an expert in Cyber Data Protection. Part of the convention was the review of National Futures and Commodities Exchange’s data security process and protection procedures. Improvements will surely be underway at the conclusion of the convention.
All Data Security Heads or representatives from National Futures and Commodities Exchange’s offices worldwide were required to attend the said convention. “Part of our commitment to our clients is the assurance that all their personal data are protected. They entrust us with these very confidential & critical information and transactions. This is one of the reasons why they chose us and we value the choice that they made,” added Arthur.