Traditionally, becoming an Accredited Data Recipient (ADR) involves manual testing of a long list of the security controls that an ADR must have in place.
This can be a very costly process – which can result in many smaller organisations deciding not to seek accreditation.
Join us at this event to learn about RegTech that is automating control testing to reduce costs and encourage participation in the CDR data sharing system.
Welcome and Acknowledgement of Country | Deborah Young
The RegTech Association is a non-profit industry body whose members are committed to accelerating adoption of RegTech and sustaining a global centre of RegTech excellence.
Panel session | Debra Kruse, Darren Booth, Alexandra Jurmann, Jill Berry (moderator)
About Deborah Young
Deborah Young is the founding CEO of The RegTech Association. Deborah has more than 20 years experience in financial services advocacy and engagement across technology, venture capital, private equity, financial markets, insurance and superannuation. She is passionate about building a community that accelerates deployment of technology that drives productivity and superior consumer outcomes. Deborah is a member of the Federal Government’s FinTech Advisory Committee and in 2019 was awarded an AFR 100 Women of Influence Award for Innovation.
About Debra Kruse
Debra Kruse is a highly regarded privacy, consumer credit, commercial and compliance professional. She is an experienced and commercially focussed lawyer, with a keen interest in policy and legislative development. In the course of her career, Debra has been a trusted advisor to clients in various industries and sectors – both as an external consultant and as an internal staff advisor. She has provided both legal and non-legal consulting services to many clients. Currently, Debra is one of Verifier’s Executive Directors, and its Head of Legal and Commercial.
Debra spent significant time and effort (together with Verifier’s CEO Lisa Schutz) in the consultation process leading to the Consumer Data Right law and its application to Open Banking. She now heads up Verifier’s CDR accreditation project and works closely with the ACCC accreditation team as the need arises.
About Darren Booth
Darren is a Partner at RSM Australia and the National Head of Cyber Security and Privacy. He is a qualified IT Auditor, Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and previous Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard Qualified Security Assessor (PCI DSS QSA). Darren leads a team completing technical security reviews with CREST accredited penetration testing through to security strategy and governance assessments. With a special focus on FinTechs and the financial services industry, he has worked on an extensive range of CPS 234 information security engagements and completed the first two Consumer Data Right (CDR) information security accreditation assurance reports for FinTechs. Darren is working with a number of potential accredited data recipient applicants on the design, implementation and testing of their information security controls.
About Alexandra Jurmann
Alexandra Jurmann is a Client Solutions Architect and Cloud Security Specialist at Trend Micro. Alex assists customer in Australia and NZ solve challenges they face in building best-practice public cloud infrastructure that is secure, highly available and cost-optimised. Alex draws on her experience in security and banking in Australia, Europe and North America to help customers achieve and maintain compliance to industry standards and frameworks without compromising product agility.
About Jill Berry
Jill is the CEO and Co-Founder of Adatree, a regtech enabling CDR participation with turnkey technology solutions, suitable for any Open Banking industry or use case. Adatree's Data Recipient platform connects companies with one API to everything technical needed to be an Accredited Data Recipient. Prior to Adatree, Jill helped build two new Australian banks, Tyro and Volt, and has always been solution focused in the end to end development of products in financial services.
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