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Speaker: Chad Nordstrom
From Equifax to ransomware and phishing, threat vectors facing financial institutions continue to evolve. This session will survey the state of cybersecurity in 2018.
Speaker: Tim Segerson
NCUA will provide an update on the status of the CAT and overview the new NCUA cyber examination tool, the Automated Cybersecurity Examination Tool (ACET).
Evolutions in mobile payment systems and emerging fintechs present challenges and opportunities. Understand the unique cybersecurity issues related to these products and platforms before they become integrated into the credit union's systems.
Speaker: Chad Nordstrom & Chad Carrington
A facilitated open forum discussion among attendees. Take this opportunity to share your thoughts on the future of cybersecurity or ask your peers how they handle issues that have been on your mind.
With all of the focus on the hot topics of cybersecurity, it is sometimes easy to overlook the fundamentals. This session will review NIST guidance for securing the DNS infrastructure. To leave the DNS unsecured is to give away the crown jewels.
A credit union's systems are only as secure as its weakest link. Attackers not only target credit union employees, they target the supply chain and 3rd parties. This session will help attendees understand the essential elements of effective 3rd party management and every 3rd party contract.
The US Treasury Department is taking an aggressive approach to encourage federal and state agencies to better coordinate cybersecurity supervision and regulation. In this session, attendees will hear directly from Treasury on its view of evolving government cyber policy.
Speaker: Heather McCalman
No credit union is an island unto itself. This session will provide case studies and examples of how small and mid-sized credit unions are using effective, actionable information sharing to enhance cybersecurity and better safeguard member information.
Speaker: Patrick Sickles
Understanding the emerging trends and lessons to be learned from breach litigation enhances a credit union's ability to fine-tune its cyber response protocols. This session will survey the latest developments in cyber related litigation that every examiner and cybersecurity professional needs to know.
Did you know that the nature of the information may have been accessed in a breach, and where the credit union is located, determines whether there is an obligation to report the breach to authorities. In addition to federal requirements, most states have specific reporting requirements applicable to all credit unions. This session will survey the various state and federal laws related to breach reporting.
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