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Speaker: Randy Romes
As credit unions mature their cybersecurity hygiene, hardening defenses and refining detection and response, so too do the bad actors continue to learn and evolve. This session will survey the developments in cybersecurity attacks and intrusions since the 2018 conference. From the latest in ransom ware, social engineering, and distributed denial of service, to the attacker profiles of vandals, fraudsters, and nation states, attendees will gain an understanding of current threat landscape, and a jump start on their efforts counter those threats.
Speaker: Tim Segerson
NCUA examiners will be conducting ACET assessments of all credit unions they examine with assets of $250 million and greater. In addition, credit unions will be expected to conduct their own risk assessments using ACET, NIST, or another standard. NCUA is also developing its next generation of cybersecurity supervisory tool, which it will integrate with the next generation examination and supervision tool under development. This session will provide attendees an invaluable look at NCUA cybersecurity examination and supervision program, protocols, and expectations.
The Center for Internet Security (CIS) is the authority on cybersecurity preparedness and controls. CIS regularly updates “security controls,” which is a list of 20 actions any organization can take that will defeat over 80% of the most common cyberattacks. This session will focus on the most recently updated CIS 20 controls, and how they can be implemented to enhance an organization's security profile. The CIS 20 are constantly evolving and changing, so maintaining a current understanding of the controls is essential to any security professional.
With cell phones and tablets, you take your personal data and your work with you everywhere you go. With this freedom comes increased risk as attack surfaces are widening. People are being phished over SMS and email, targeted while using applications, vulnerable surfing the web on mobile devices, and even victims of “evil twins” when connecting to public Wi-Fi. There are many misconceptions that mobile devices are safe- especially if you are using a iOS device, but this simply isn't true anymore. A compromised device can mean compromised data and even identity theft. What could be lurking on your mobile device?
Speaker: Brian Hinze
Cybersecurity is an ever-evolving field, overlaid by a patchwork of state and federal laws and regulations. Fortunately, there are many publicly available resources and subscription services that can help information security professionals, and examiners, stay informed on the latest developments. This session will survey available resources that can help inform cybersecurity professionals.
Speaker: Andrew Price
High-profile data breaches have quickly become the norm not only in the United States, but around the world. As a reaction, the adoption of privacy laws are just now starting to catch up to the ever-evolving technology. The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was enacted to protect citizens of the EU, but it has impacts well beyond the European borders. In its wake, California adopted the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). This leaves credit unions with the difficult task of navigating the patchwork of legal frameworks at the Federal, State and International levels.
Speaker: Jim Stickley
Jim Stickley has been robbing banks, hacking government computers, and stealing confidential information from businesses for over 30 years. In this unique session, Stickley will demonstrate how criminals are exploiting poorly designed features in web browsers, new tricks in social engineering, and how old security functionality is now being used against you. Most importantly, Stickley will show how seemingly insignificant actions can lead to complete and total compromise. From credit card exploitation to online account takeovers, this session covers a large range of attacks that put both home users and corporate employees at risk. As always, Stickley will provide useful tips and tricks to help you detect these and prevent you from falling victim to these types of attacks.
Speaker: Detective Mark Solomon, Elizabeth Rogers, Sean McCleskey
This session will take a current and forward look on fraud and cyber-criminal activities facing credit union investigators and law enforcement. From logical attacks on ATMs and Network Intrusions; to BEC Compromises, Ransomware and synthetic identity fraud. Will your credit union be ready for the next generation of financial cyber-criminal activities?
Speaker: Derek Laczniak
When insurance products grow at the pace that Cyber Liability has, it can be disorienting for organizations. Determining what it means and how to decide what policy, if any, is right for them can look like a tangled maze instead of a straight line. During this session, Derek Laczniak, M3 Insurance director of cyber liability, will assist in untangling the maze through detailed analysis surrounding the historic growth in the cyber liability insurance market place, a thorough review of how these new and complex policies work, and critical information surrounding remediating a data breach in accordance with your insurance policy terms.
Moderator: Carlos Molina
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Speaker: Frank Drake
Credit unions have earned a reputation for signing whatever is put in front of them, without scrutiny or negotiation. Unless the product or service is both unique and indispensable, nearly any contract term is negotiable. Even unchangeable contracts deserve scrutiny. During this session we will discuss how to dissect a third-party contract.
Speaker: Sue Landauer
During the conference, much of what you learned focused on the key pieces of a cybersecurity program. So now what, how do those pieces fit together and what hasn't been discussed thus far, to ensure proper internal controls? Monitoring against cyber-attacks is a team effort, during this session we will talk about a successful, sustainable team approach to cyber security.
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