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Discuss key developments, challenges and opportunities with peers 

With ORX’s Cyber Service now in its fourth year and following the successful return to in-person discussions in 2023, we are delighted to be inviting our community of cyber professionals once again to meet in-person in 2024. Developed in collaboration with ORX members and designed to help 2nd line cyber risk professionals manage and measure what continues to be the top material risk for many, ORX Cyber is the only service of its type in the financial sector. Our annual forum aims to support this work and provide a unique opportunity for 2nd line cyber professionals to network and discuss key topics. 

This year, the event is kindly hosted by ORX member, MUFG, in their London office. We will be developing our agenda with ORX Cyber service subscribers over the coming weeks to ensure it reflects the needs of our community, and will enable collaboration and networking at the event. More details will follow soon.  

Please note: We are also hosting a North American Cyber Forum on 19 September 2024 in New York. Find out more details here

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What topics would you like to see on the agenda?

As we work on developing the agenda, we welcome any topic suggestions so please let us know your preferences and priorities when you register. 

You can also find out what topics were covered in last year's ORX Cyber Forums and watch the summary videos for highlights from the events on our webpage here.

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The European Cyber Forum 2024 is an invitation-only event for ORX Cyber subscribers and ORX Membership.

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