Cape Town, South Africa, January 10, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Marcus Evans proudly holds Chief Series Africa: Going Beyond! for the second time in Cape Town next year. Happening on 27th to 29th March 2017, this large scale conference will be providing in-depth focus on the rising threats of cyber security, business costs, legislation laws, and compliance governance risks.
“C-Suite leaders have moved to the next frontier of influencing and shaping the world. This is against the realisation that the organisations that they lead are not islands and that there is interdependency between the world, its competitors and their organisation,” said Raj Mahabeer Chief Financial Officer, South African National Parks (SANParks) who will be speaking at the event on managing working capital efficiently to tighten internal success growth.
Featuring insightful presentation by distinguished speakers such as Fola Esan, CEO Schneider Electric, Kenya; Takesure Chigumira Chief Economist Zimbabwe Treasury, Ministry of Finance, Zimbabwe; Her Excellency Sara Al Madani Board Member & Entrepreneur Sharjah Chamber of Commerce and Industry, United Arab Emirates; Rajesh Mahabeer CFO National Parks South Africa (SAN Parks), South Africa; Sue Brooks Chief Risk Officer Barclays Africa Group, South Africa; Raoul Chiesa Board of Directors and Cyber Security Expert Italian Association of Critical Infrastructures (AIIC), Italy and International Telecommunication Union (ITU), Switzerland; Russell Edwards M-Net CFO Naspers Limited, South Africa; Keith Edmond CEO Aberdare Cables , South Africa; Dr John Wentzel CEO Tsebo Facilities Solutions (formerly Drake & Scull), South Africa; Ashok Shah Group CEO Apollo Investments, Kenya; Shabeer Khan CFO Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), South Africa; Zafar Mahomed CFO McDonald’s, South Africa and Luvuyo Masinda CFO Corporate and Investment Banking (CIB) Standard Bank, South Africa.
One of the event speakers Marcus Veeraragaloo, Chief Advisor Information Security at Eskom also expressed his opinion on the impact of cyber security breaches to businesses.
“Cyber Security breaches are costing the organisation and this creates huge risks not just IT Risks but, financial risks as well. A Cyber Security breach has an impact on any risk of financial loss, disruption or damage to the reputation of an organisation from some sort of failure of its information technology systems,” said Marcus.
One of the key highlights in Marcus Evans 2nd Annual Chief Series Africa: Going Beyond is the powerful panel discussions on currency volatility, competitive intelligence sessions and life hack labs on entrepreneurship for CEOs and CFOs.