With CABEI support, the Costa Rican financial sector will receive cybersecurity training provided by experts from the Republic of Korea
• A virtual activity with the Korea Internet and Security Agency (KISA) will take place on October 27 and is open to the public.
San José, October 24th, 2022.- Thanks to the alliance between the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) and its extra-regional member Korea, and with the logistical support of the Chamber of Banks and Financial Institutions of Costa Rica, this sector will receive virtual training with experts from the Korea Internet and Security Agency (KISA).
The activity, which will take place on October 27, is part of the various actions that the Republic of Korea has been carrying out since its incorporation as a CABEI member and because of its constant support for the exchange of knowledge with the region. The webinar, entitled "Analysis of Vulnerabilities and Response to Cybersecurity Incidents in the Financial Sector: Costa Rica - Korea," will aim to share experiences and promote good practices that can be applied in Costa Rica.
"This is a great opportunity for the Costa Rican financial sector to train with leaders in cybersecurity and innovation, such as the Koreans, so that they can share practical experiences and explore opportunities for cooperation so that Costa Rica can be better prepared for events that could breach its computer systems," said CABEI Executive President, Dr. Dante Mossi.
The topics to be addressed are "Response to personal information leakage incidents in the Korean system" and "Response to information leakage incidents in the Financial Industry". Participants will include Alberto Franco, CABEI Director for Costa Rica; Hyein Song, Director of KISA; Annabelle Ortega, Executive Director of the Chamber of Banks and Financial Institutions of Costa Rica; and as speakers, Yong Seok Oh, General Manager of KISA; and Gang Seok Lee, Researcher at the Korea Financial Security Institute.
The training will be open and free on Thursday, October 27 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., and interested people can access the webinar through the following link.