Monday 12th March, 16:15, Workshop Space – Staying Cyber-Secure (Panel)
Royce Curtin joined Barclays in January 2017 as Managing Director of Group Intelligence to lead the build-out and delivery of the firm’s global intelligence services. He previously completed a 27-year career as a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Senior Executive and USA military pilot, including his final role as an FBI Senior Advisor to the USA Director of National Intelligence and the FBI Deputy Assistant Director of National Intelligence for Partner Engagement.
Royce brings leadership expertise in cyber security intelligence, incident management and response, special operations, and delivering high-impact, outcome-based, client-centric services and business performance solutions.
Royce leads Barclays’ Global Threat Intelligence program as part of an integrated Security Operations service line, combined with their CSO Global Cyber Operations and Investigations teams and a 24/7 Joint Operations Center. His team coordinates all intelligence activities across CSO, BUK Retail Bank, and Barclays International Bank, and is key to a large 3-year change program delivering Intelligence-Driven Defence security operations across the company.
The Intelligence team delivers Cyber Defence, Cybercrime, Geo-Political, Physical, Strategic and Open Source Intelligence on the most sophisticated threats to the bank that helps defend the network, optimise controls, protect the corporate estate and global workforce, reduce cyber-enabled financial loss, inform vulnerability management, resilience, red team, and secure innovation, support 24/7 situational awareness and incident response, and plays an integral role in mitigating risk, enabling rich customer experiences and secure global financial services.
Barclays enjoys partnerships in a number of industry forums and threat intelligence groups including FS-ISAC, FSIE and CSIG, and has dedicated resources embedded in cross-industry and government organisations including the Cyber Defence Alliance (London), the National Cyber Security Centre Fusion Cell (London), National Cyber Forensic Training Alliance (USA) and Interpol’s Global Complex for Innovation (Singapore).