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Speaker: Sherri Davidoff
Today's credit unions are under attack--- literally-- by criminals around the world. As defense, cyber experts like Sherri Davidoff hack you first, and find your weaknesses before the attackers do. In this fast-paced talk, she'll show you how today's cybercriminals take hacking to the next level, with screenshots and videos of the latest malware from the dark web. Watch as criminals steal passwords, scrape credit-card numbers, and siphon away money. Learn about the top threats and ways that you can protect yourself, your organization and your community.
Speaker: Lance Noggle
Cybersecurity remains a top policy discussion in Washington, DC among federal agencies and within the halls of Congress. This session will provide insight into those policy discussions and give attendees a glimpse of how those issues will affect their credit unions and regulatory agencies in 2021 and beyond.
Speaker: Angela Gunn
Does your credit union, or the credit unions you examine, have members in California? Is there an understanding of the credit union's exposure and necessary risk mitigation steps? This session will focus on the details of the CCPA, its application to out of state credit unions and on the key concepts that are being considered by other states developing state specific privacy laws that could affect credit unions.
Speaker: David Anderson
Increasingly, organizations are recognizing the need for a strong third line of cyber defense. Credit union internal auditors should play an integral role in assessing and identifying opportunities to strengthen security across an enterprise. Through targeted audits, and providing an independent assessment of existing controls, an internal audit can assure audit committees and board of directors understand the diverse risks of the digital world, while avoiding potential legal and financial liabilities.
Speaker: Shreyans Mehta
Artificial intelligence is one of the buzz words of information security, system protection and computing. But what does it really mean and what are real life applications for credit unions today? This session will survey the current state of artificial intelligence and machine learning today with a focus on it its future potential, as well as present day applications to enhance security.
Speaker: Jason Kirby
Traditional security network architecture has relied on an authenticate and trust model, where the network's shell was hardened, but authenticated users had wide latitude to move around once permitted inside. As hackers continue to abuse this framework with compromised authentication credentials, the “never trust, always verify” concept of zero trust has arisen. This session will explain zero trust architecture and micro compartmentalization of the protected surface. Attendees should gain a better understanding of strategies to ensure that even if an unauthorized party makes it into the network, their ability to move side to side and up and down are limited.
Speaker: Christopher Welga, TBA, TBA
How the cybersecurity function is organized within the credit union can have important implications. This session will explore current trends in organization of cyber and information security functions and how that organization is reflected in reporting policies and procedures. This session will also review the GLBA (Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act) and NCUA (National Credit Union Administration) minimum requirements for cybersecurity management and reporting.
Speaker: Andrew Maroun
We know our members share their passwords across many online platforms, but do cyber security leaders know the impact this lax security hygiene has on their online and mobile banking platforms? In this session we will step through the impacts, detection, response and mitigation of a credential stuffing attack. We will also discuss the motivation behind such an attack including the dark web research on tools, techniques and tactics.
Speaker: Ken Otsuka
What's Trending? What are the new or existing scams targeting credit unions today? What tactics are fraudsters using? This session will help answer these questions related to Payments Fraud along with, how do they do that? This session will also cover current fraud trends impacting credit unions including: account takeovers, wire scams, ACH fraud and plastic card fraud.
Speaker: Derek Laczniak
The cybersecurity insurance market continues to grow and remains replete with complicated issues for the cybersecurity professional. Correctly understanding which risks are covered, whether both first and third party, and what missteps potential void coverage are essential to ensuring the credit union has the protection it thinks it has purchased. This session will survey the latest developments in cyber insurance highlighting the most common pitfalls awaiting credit unions.
Speaker: Tim Evans
The key to success is knowing what threats, risks, and vulnerabilities exist in your network. During this discussion we will provide information on how a security and automation platform can greatly assist in determining the threats, risk, and vulnerabilities and then correcting those deficiencies.
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