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Financial Sector Cyber Resilience Workshop

November 6-7, 2019

Mexico City. Mexico

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  • In July 2017, the Financial Inclusion Global Initiative (FIGI), was launched by the World Bank, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures (CPMI), with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation with the objective of advancing research in digital finance and accelerate digital financial inclusion in developing countries.

    The program focuses on three global working groups, namely; (i) digital identity, (ii)security and trust and (iii) electronic payments acceptance while is deployed in three countries -Mexico, Egypt and China- through country implementation program. The Regional Conference on “Building Cyber-Resilience in the Financial Sector” will be conducted in Mexico on November 6-7, 2019 in the context of the Mexico FIGI Program.

    While technology brings new opportunities to the financial sector from efficiency gains to providing increased access and usage to financial services for individuals and firms it is also true that explosion of digital financial services has exponentially expanded the attack surface that criminals can exploit. Greater use of third-party providers means that the perimeter of interest to financial sector regulators has gotten bigger while increased use of cloud services means that the perimeter is also shared. The cyber incidents suffered by financial services and infrastructure providers resulted in severe financial, economic, operational and reputational loss for the targeted organization and the industry at large.

    Given the impact of these attacks to the Financial Sector, several exercises have been conducted to develop a framework that supports and enhances cyber resilience. The G7 established the 7 fundamental elements of cybersecurity for the financial sector and several simulations exercises have been conducted, the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures (CPMI) issued, jointly with the International Organization of Securities Commissions (IOSCO), guidance on cyber-resilience for FMIs (“the Guidance”) which was further developed by the European Central Bank on the Cyber- Resilience Oversight Expectations (CROE). In addition, the International Committee on Credit Reporting (ICCR) produced a guidance note on cybersecurity in Credit Reporting Systems.

    The objective of this workshop is to bring together financial sector regulators, banks associations and fintech associations and learn and discuss together on how to use existing standards and foster information sharing arrangements between them that would enhance cyber-resilience in the financial sector.

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    November 6, 2019

    08:30 – 09:00

    Registration & coffee

    09:00 – 9:15

     

     

    Welcoming remarks

    Introduction, setting out the objectives of the cyber resilience workshop.

    Manuel Ramon Francia General Manager, CEMLA

    Pablo Saavedra, Country Director, The World Bank

    09:15 – 10:00

    Session I- International frameworks for cyber resilience in the financial sector

    In recent years, regulators have increased their efforts on cyber resilience. The underlying basis for this effort has been the numerous international cybersecurity frameworks. This session will provide an overview of the different frameworks, their key concepts and approaches to cybersecurity including NIST, NIS, ISO, COBIT, G7 Fundamental Elements for Effective Assessment of Cybersecurity in the Financial Sector (2017) and the CPMI-IOSCO Cyber Guidelines for FMIs” as well as the Financial Sector Cybersecurity Profile based on NIST.  Finally, the recent work developed by ITU on Secured Technologies for Authentication will also be presented.

    Josh Magri, BPI  - Presentation

    Vijay Mauree, ITU  - Presentation

    10:00 – 11:00

    Session II- Developing and implementing a national cyber resilience strategy for the financial sector

    The financial system is comprised of different types of entities, ranging from banks to financial market infrastructures to critical service providers. Given the potential impact of a cyber incident on the increasingly interconnected system, it is important that authorities develop and implement national cyber resilience strategies for their respective financial sector, encompassing a range of tools and initiatives, in an integrated and holistic manner. This session will provide insight on how authorities can develop and implement such a strategy, and the tools, initiatives and capabilities to deliver it.

    Alejandro Los Santos, Cybersecurity Director, Banco de México

    Luis Urrutia, Legal Director, Banco de México

    11:00 – 11:15

    Coffee break

    11:15 – 12:00

    Session III- Cyber Resilience Oversight Expectations (CROE) for FMIs (I)

    In 2016, the CPMI-IOSCO issued the “Cyber Guidelines for FMIs” which were followed by This session will provide an in-depth technical training on the different elements of the CROE – the session will be a combination of technical concepts, oversight and supervisory approaches and interactive case studies focused on the different elements within the CROE. On Day 1, the concepts that will be covered are: Governance, Identification, Protection, Detection, Response and Recovery.

    Emran Islam, Market Infrastructure Expert ECB - Presentation

    Constantinos Christoforides, Market Infrastructure Expert, ECB - Presentation

    12:00-13:00

    Session IV- Cyber Resilience Oversight Expectations (CROE) for FMIs (II)

    This session will provide an in-depth technical training on the different elements of the CROE – the session will be a combination of technical concepts, oversight and supervisory approaches and interactive case studies focused on the different elements within the CROE. Concepts covered in this session include: Testing, Situational Awareness and Learning and Evolving.

    Emran Islam, Market Infrastructure Expert, ECB

    Constantinos Christoforides, ECB 

    13:00-14:30

    Lunch

    14:30 – 15:30

    Session V- Legal and Regulatory Aspects of Cybersecurity

    Understanding legal aspects of cybersecurity including issues related with loss of protected assets, personal information, electronic theft, potential violation of laws, and customer lawsuits. This session will provide an overview of the types of legal exposure and the legal standard of care including legal measures related to the protection of personal data and cyber security risk management. International Frameworks will be presented while the session will also focus on specific measures taken in Mexico for the financial sector and the new measures included under the Fintech Law for new entrants.

    Jesus Yañez, ECIJA Abogados, Spain - Presentation

    Pablo Palazzi, Universidad San Andres, Argentina - Presentation

    Jonathan Mendoza, INAI, México - Presentation

    15:30- 15:45

    Coffee break

    15:45 – 17:30

    Session VI- Roundtable: Existing efforts and practices of cyber resilience in Latin America and the Caribbean

    This roundtable will focus in learning from the existing arrangements, practices and efforts in central banks and banking supervisory authorities to run a cyber security strategy and framework. The session will also discuss the current challenges faced by supervisory authorities.

    Raul Morales, CEMLA and all delegations - Presentation

     

    November 7, 2019

    08:30 – 09:00

    Breakfast & coffee

    9:00-10:00

     

    KEY NOTE SPEAKER

    Presentation of the CPMI paper “Reducing the risk of wholesale payment fraud related to endpoint security”. Fraud in the wholesale payment ecosystem is becoming increasingly sophisticated, and recent examples have shown that weaknesses in security at one endpoint in the ecosystem can be exploited to commit payments fraud. Material risks might not only affect individual institutions but the ecosystem and the broader economy.

    Larry Sweet, CPMI - Presentation

    10:00 – 10:45

    Session VII- Enhancing financial sector resilience – exercising, mapping and collaboration

    The cybersecurity of a financial institution is in part dependent on that of interconnected banks, FMIs and service providers, as there is a broad range of entry points through which an entity could be compromised. As a result, the interconnectedness of the financial system accentuates the need for strong cyber sector-wide resilience, and this is a collective effort. The core components of effective cyber sector resilience are: market-wide exercises; understanding operational interdependencies through mapping; cross-border and cross-authority collaboration.

    Andrew Griffiths, Bank of Canada - Presentation

    Mara Misto, Banco Central República Argentina  - Presentation

    10:45 – 11:00

    Coffee Break

    11:00 – 11:45

    Session VIII-Cyber testing – Threat intelligence based ethical red-teaming – how and why

    A core part of enhancing cyber resilience of the financial system is conducting cyber testing. Increasingly around the world, authorities are adopting intelligence-led red team testing frameworks for their financial market. Threat intelligence based ethical red-teaming mimics the tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) of real-life threat actors who, on the basis of threat intelligence, are perceived as posing a genuine threat to financial entities. An intelligence-led red team test involves the use of a variety of techniques to simulate an attack on a financial entity’s critical functions and underlying systems (i.e. its people, processes and technologies). It helps an entity to assess its protection, detection and response capabilities. This session will provide detailed insight on such testing and how authorities can adopt this nationally for their financial system.

    Emran Islam, ECB - Presentation

    11:45 – 13:00

    Session IX- Building trust through public-private partnerships

    Given the rapidly evolving threat landscape, and the increased digitalization and globalization, there is a real need for all the relevant stakeholders (which include regulators, financial entities and the cybersecurity sector) to establish a forum to exchange ideas at a strategic and Board level on how best to tackle the new challenges, share best practices and tools, encourage information sharing, and identify gaps and weaknesses in the ecosystem which require collaborative thinking to catalyze effective solutions. This session will set out how such fora can be established and operated to deliver effective solutions for the market.

    Martin Boer, Director of Regulatory Affairs IIF - Presentation

    Mrs. Emiko Hidaka, Deputy Director of Cyber Security, Banco Central de la República Dominicana - Presentation

    13:00-14:00

    Lunch

    14:00-14:45

    Session X- Incident Response

    Focusing only on prevention will only provide a partial solution to cyber -resilience while responding to an incident requires a framework that addresses classification of incident, scalation, coordination and communication strategies. A case study on lessons learned after recovering from an incident would illustrate the key elements of such strategy to avoid loss of trust and reputational risk.

    Wilson Henriquez, Equifax - Presentation

    Aquiles Almansi, ICCR - Presentation

    14:45 – 15:00

    Session XI- Fundamental principles of cyber information and intelligence sharing

    Cyber threat is borderless, and the capabilities of the adversaries are constantly evolving, readily scalable and increasingly sophisticated, threatening to disrupt our interconnected global financial systems. Consequently, financial entities are required to be dynamic and agile, to counter the threat and address the risk. In order to counter the threat, amongst other things, financial entities should have effective cyber threat intelligence processes and actively participate in information-sharing arrangements and collaborate with trusted stakeholders within the industry. This session will set out how authorities can approach facilitating information sharing within their jurisdictions, focusing on: the core objectives of information sharing; what levels, types and attributes of information should be shared (within a common taxonomy); who such information should be shared with; when (in terms of frequency) such information should be shared; the format for sharing such information; and how such information should be shared.

    Alejandro Los Santos, Banco de México

    Kristel M. de Nobrega, Central Bank of Aruba  - Presentation

    16:00 – 16:30

    Coffee Break

    16:30 – 17:30

    Session XII- How to Conduct an Incident response and crisis management exercise

    The World Bank’s Crisis Simulation Exercises provide an opportunity for financial sector authorities and senior market participants to experiment taking critical decisions within existing legal and operational crisis management arrangements. These exercises deal with a crucial dimension of the crisis management process: communication among decision-makers. Correctly identifying the problems to be solved requires timely and precise information sharing among those with access to the relevant facts and those with the legal powers or technical knowledge to do something about those facts. Cyber Crisis Simulation Exercises in particular, involve scenarios requiring participants to understand and respond to cyber incidents, taking the business continuity decisions that they cannot delegate to IT staff and dealing with the impact on the affected institutions and the rest of the financial system.

    Aquiles Almansi, The World Bank

    17:30-18:00

    Closing remarks

    Banco de Mexico, The World Bank & CEMLA

     

  • Josh Magri, BPI

    Josh is the principal architect and co-lead of the FSSCC Cybersecurity Profile initiative.Additionally, he serves as SVP and Counsel for BITS at the Bank Policy Institute. Previously, he served as Vice President and Counsel for Regulation and Developing Technologies at the Financial Services Roundtable/BITS.  In these roles, Josh has overseen regulatory, advocacy, and policy efforts on issues related to cybersecurity, data security and privacy, financial technology (“FinTech”), and developing technologies.  

    Vijay Maree, ITU

    Vijay Mauree joined the ITU headquarters in Geneva, in 2010. He is currently the main focal point for Digital Financial Services at the Standardization Bureau in ITU. He has coordinated the work of the ITU-T Focus Group Digital Financial Services the ITU-T Focus Group on Digital Currency including Digital Fiat Currency and the Financial Inclusion Global Initiative (FIGI).  Prior to joining ITU, Vijay worked for 16 years at the National Computer Board in Mauritius where he was responsible for setting up the Mauritius Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-MU), the Government Data Centre and played a leading role in the elaboration of the National ICT Strategic Plan. 

    Emran Islam. Market Infrastructure Expert, ECB 

    Emran is a Senior Market Infrastructure Expert at the European Central Bank (ECB).  In his role, Emran co-ordinates the cyber resilience work for the Eurosystem. He was a part of the team that developed TIBER-EU, the Cyber Resilience Oversight Expectations (CROE), established the Euro Cyber Resilience Board, developed and operationalized the market-wide cyber exercise (UNITAS) and is currently developing the Cyber Incident and Information Sharing Initiative (CIISI-EU). Emran participates in various international groups, including the G7 Cyber Expert Group, the CPMI Task Force for Reducing the risk of wholesale payments fraud related to endpoint security, the FBS Cyber Lexicon Working Group, the CPMI-IOSCO Cyber Working Group, the ESRB Systemic Cyber Working Group and the World Bank FIGI. He was involved in the G10 Oversight of SWIFT and was the overseer of STEP2-T and EURO1. Prior to joining the ECB in 2015, Emran worked at the Bank of England for 5 years, where he was the supervisor of CHAPS, Bacs and FPS, as well as leading on the cyber work for UK FMIs.  

    Constantinos Christoforides, Market Infrastructure Expert, ECB

    Constantinos is a Market Infrastructure Expert at the European Central Bank (ECB), whose role and main area of expertise is the continuous monitoring and evolution of the cyber resilience of Target Services, which are the FMIs operated by the Eurosystem. Prior to joining the ECB, Constantinos worked at the Central Bank of Cyprus for 6 years, where he was the Bank’s Information Security Officer and during his employment led specialized cyber security missions for Banking Supervision, co drafted Banking Regulation on information security, led tasks relating to crisis management and Bank Resolution activities and led eDiscovery/Forensic investigations for international disputes. Constantinos was also part of the Task Force on National Critical Infrastructure. Constantinos is a Certified Information Systems Auditor, Certified Information Systems Security Professional and Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control.

    Mara Misto, Banco Central República Argentina

    Mara Misto Macías  is currently strategic manager on information security at the Banco Central de la Republica Argentina (BCRA). Her duties inlcude the issuance of regulation on Information technology and security by the BCRA, coordination of cybr and crisis simulation exercises and its impact on financial stability . Mara is a professor on Strategic Management in Information Security at the Universidad de Buenos Aires.

    Pablo A. Palazzi, Universidad San Andres, Argentina

    Pablo is a parter at Allende & Brea, Argentina. He is an expert on the areas of intellectual property and internet law including data protection. Mr. Palazzi is author to several publications including, Data Protetion Law (Errepar, 2005), Credit Reporting Law (Astrea, 2008), Unfair Competition Law (Heliasta, 2014) and Computer Crimes (Delitos informáticos, Abeledo, 2016, 3rd edition).

    He holds a Law degree at the School of Law of Universidad Católica Argentina and a Master in Law (LL.M) at Fordham Law School in New York. Pablo is an adjunct professor at the School of law of Universidad de San Andrés focusing on courses in IP law and Internet law.

    Lawrence M. Sweet, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

    Lawrence M. Sweet is Senior Vice President and Senior Payments and Market Infrastructure Policy Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.  Mr. Sweet has been a member of the Committee on Payments and Market Infrastructures (“CPMI”, formerly “CPSS”) since 1991, and he currently co-chairs the CPMI Wholesale Payments Security Task Force. He is a member of both the CPMI-IOSCO Steering Group and the CPMI-IOSCO Policy Standing Group, and he was a co-author of the CPMI-IOSCO Principles for Financial Market Infrastructures.

    Mr. Sweet is a member of the Federal Reserve’s Financial Market Utility Supervision Committee, and a member of a number of other domestic and international committees. Mr. Sweet studied economics at Rutgers College (BA) and Columbia University (MA and M.Phil), and has written and lectured extensively in the field of payments policy and oversight.

    Jesus Yañez, ECIJA Abogados, Spain

    Jesús es socio de las áreas riesgo y cumplimineto normativo en Ciberseguridad, Privacidad y Protección de Datos y cuenta con más de dieciséis años de experiencia en el asesoramiento técnico y jurídico en dichas áreas de práctica. Jesús ha liderado en los últimos años importantes proyectos de consultoría y asesoramiento jurídico con vocación internacional a grandes cuentas en materia de Seguridad Informática, Compliance y Nuevas Tecnologías. Jesús cuenta con certificaci’on CISA y CISM de ISACA y es auditor certificado por IRCA. 

    Licenciado en Derecho por la Universidad de Valladolid; Máster en Derecho de Nuevas Tecnologías de la Información y de la Comunicación por la Universidad Pontificia de Comillas y Curso Superior en Seguridad Informática y Sistemas por la Universidad Rey Juan Carlos de Madrid.

    Jonathan Mendoza, INAI, México

    Jonathan Mendoza Iserte is Secretary for Personal Data Protection of Mexico’s National Institute for Transparency, Access to Information and Personal Data Protection (INAI), where he also worked in different positions since 2014, as Director General of Investigations Inquires and Verification on Personal Data Protection for Private Sector. Prior to INAI, Mr. Mendoza worked as adviser in the Electoral Court of the Federal Judicial Branch of Mexico and was associate lawyer in the Law Firm Basham, Ringe & Correa, S.C. Also, he did his professional practice in different Public Notaries Offices in Mexico, City

    Jonathan holds a Master’s degree on Law from Centro de Estudios de Posgrado en Derecho and a Bachelor of Law from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. 

    Alejandro Los Santos, Cybersecurity Director, Banco de México

    Alejandro is currently the Cybersecurity Director at the Banco de Mexico. Among his responsibilities he develops policies, guidelines and strategies to maintain and reinforce information security and cyber-resilience both for the Central Bank and for the Mexican financial system; acting as the CISO for Banco de México.

    He joined Banco de México's Payments Systems department in 1995 and was part of the group that designed and implemented SPEI, the Mexican Real-Time Electronic Transfer System; he also participated in the redesign of the Securities Settlement System managed by the Mexican Central Deposit (Indeval). He was head of the Payment Systems Policy and Oversight unit.

    Between 2012 and April 2018, he was the IT Director for Banco de México where he was responsible for the management and operations of the IT infrastructure, including data centers and telecom networks. He was in charge of development of enterprise applications. He was also responsible for the Bank's IT security tools and protection.

    Luis Urrutia, Legal Director, Banco de México

    Luis Urrutia has been the general counsel of Mexico’s central bank, Banco de México since February 2013. Prior to becoming general counsel, he acted as Director of Regulation and Supervision of the central bank since 2010.

    He also held the position of President of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) in 2010-2011, and Vice-President in 2009-2010. In addition, Mr. Urrutia headed the Financial Intelligence Unit, of the Mexican Ministry of Finance and Public Credit, from 2007 to 2010. From 2009 to 2010 he took the Chair of the association of financial intelligence units named the Egmont Group, and in 2008 he acted as President of the Financial Action Task Force of South America (GAFISUD).

    Previously Mr. Urrutia acted as Deputy Federal Fiscal Attorney for Financial Affairs in the Ministry of Finance for four years. Mr. Urrutia holds a law degree from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM), and a master’s degree in public policy from the Irving B. Harris Graduate School of Public Policy Studies of the University of Chicago.

    Andrew Griffiths, Bank of Canada
    Manager of Secretariat, Canadian Financial-Sector Resiliency Group Senior Analyst, Resolution and Crisis Preparedness; Financial Stability, Bank of Canada

    Andrew Griffiths leads the Secretariat function for the Canadian Financial-Sector Resiliency Group (CFRG), a public-private partnership seeking to enhance operational resiliency across the financial sector by determining sources of sector-wide operational risks and developing recommendations to address them. 

    Prior to this, Andrew spent several years in the Banking Operations function at the Bank of Canada where he developed a specialty in continuity of operations for the Canadian Payment Clearing and Settlement Systems. In 2017, Andrew played an integral role in the design and execution of a national systemic level operational exercise which focused on escalation, coordination, and communication within the financial sector. 

    Andrew holds a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Ottawa’s Telfer School of Management - Executive MBA program.

    Martin Boer, Director of Regulatory Affairs at The Institute of International Finance

    Martin Boer is the Director of Regulatory Affairs at The Institute of International Finance, a global association of the financial industry, with close to 450 members from 70 countries. He advocates on regulatory consistency, market fragmentation, impact assessment, prudential capital and liquidity standards, insurance regulation, non-bank/non-insurance regulatory issues. He is also the IIF lead on Cyber Security, including regulatory developments, operational resilience, and the impact on financial institutions and overall financial stability.

    He previously served as Secretary General of the European Financial Services Round Table (EFR) in Brussels, and served in various positions at ING Group, as Group Head of Public Relations in Amsterdam and a Senior Manager of Public and Government Affairs in Brussels. Mr. Boer holds a B.A. in Philosophy from the UC-Santa Barbara and a M.A. in International Political Economy from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University in New York.

    Aquiles Almansi, Lead Financial Sector Specialist, World Bank

    Aquiles Almansi is a Lead Financial Sector Specialist at the World Bank. Before joining the World Bank in 2002, Almansi was as a Member of the Board at the Central Bank of Argentina, held senior positions at Citigroup Asset Management Argentina, INVESCO Asset Management Latin America, Banque Nationale de Paris-New York, and served as consultant for Citibank's Latin America Training Center, Merrill Lynch, and several Argentine banks. He has also lectured in Economics and Finance at the Universities of Chicago and Michigan-Ann Arbor in the US, and CEMA, San Andres and Di Tella in Argentina. He holds M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Economics from the University of Chicago, and graduate and undergraduate degrees in Economics from CEMA and UNR in Argentina. Since 2009, Almansi has led more than 40 single and multi-jurisdiction financial crisis simulation exercises. 

    Kristel de Nobrega, Centrale Bank van Aruba

    Kristel de Nobrega is Manager Information Security at the Centrale Bank van Aruba. Next to the responsibility of securing the Central Banks’ Information systems, her department is also responsible for IT supervision. 

    Additionally the Centrale Bank van Aruba forms part of the National Cyber Security Task Force in charge of setting up the national cyber response. 

    Kristel holds a Master’s degree in Information Management, IT –Auditing, and is a Certified Fraud Control Manager. Currently she is pursuing her PhD in Cyber Security/ Cyber Defense. 

    She has extensive experience in various industries, namely healthcare, consulting and banking. 

    Emiko Hidaka, Banco Central de la República Dominicana

    Emiko Idaka Subdirectora de Gestión de Identidad con responsabilidad de la creacion de es responsable de la definición de normas, procedimientos y la adopción de estándares para la gestión de la identidad , monitoreo y evaluación del Sistema de Gestión de Seguridad de la Información del BCRD. Tiene más de 22 años de experiencia en Tecnologías de la Información y en las áreas de gestión de infraestructura tecnológica, desarrollo web, ciberseguridad e identidad digital.

    En 1997, se unió al equipo del Banco Central de la República Dominicana, en el Departamento de Sistemas y Tecnología, en la División de Automatización, donde gestionó el portal web, la intranet y el correo electrónico de la institución. En 2011 pasó a liderar la División de Gestión de Acceso y tras la creación del Departamento de Seguridad Cibernética y de la Información en 2018, es responsbale de la gestión de acceso e identidad digital de todos los colaboradores del organización.

    Wilson Henriquez, Equifax

    Wilson Henriquez is the Vice President for International Business Security at Equifax. He has overall responsibility for information security, data protection and vulnerability management in Equifax’s International business space.

    Wilson brings more than 20 years of cyber security, risk management and technology experience to this role. Before joining Equifax, Wilson was the Executive Director of Security Innovation & Transformation at Kaiser Permanente. Wilson was a Senior Director for Global Information Security at Visa Inc. where he was responsible for the development and oversight of their secure software development program. Wilson is a graduate of the University of San Francisco and holds a M.S. in Computer Science.

    Sr. Armando Manzueta

    Armando Manzueta forma parte del Equipo del Departamento de Seguridad Cibernética y de la Información del Banco Central de la República Dominicana, donde colabora en el desarrollo, monitoreo y evaluación de normativas de Ciberseguridad para el sistema financiero. Armando cuenta con más de 8 años de experiencia profesional en los sectores público y privado en las áreas de desarrollo de software, ciberseguridad, emprendimiento, desarrollo productivo, innovación y gestión de cooperación internacional. 

    Ha contribuido al desarrollo de estrategias nacionales en materia de fomento a las MIPYMES y emprendedores, desarrollo de la industria de software y servicios TIC, y ciberseguridad.  Igualmente, ha trabajado con distintas agencias internacionales en proyectos de desarrollo tales como  BID, Taiwan/ICDF, Comisión Europea y  JICA, asimismo, realiza labores voluntarias para la construcción y fortalecimiento de ecosistemas de emprendedores digitales en distintas verticales (AgTech, EdTech y Fintech), capacitando jóvenes en temas relacionados con la Agenda 2030 de Naciones Unidas y otros aspectos sociales a través de la Iniciativa Global Shapers del Foro Económico Mundial (WEF). 

Details

  • Date: November 6-7, 2019
  • Location: Mexico City