CUNA CyberSecurity eSchool
Date:
July 12, 2017 To August 2, 2017
Product Code:
ES5CS17
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  • $2,590.00
    Non Member Price
  • $1,295.00
    $1,095.00 CUNA Member Price
  • through June 12, 2017
 
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Cybersecurity and fraud are at the top of the list of credit union concerns in 2017. Crime rings, international and domestic, are relentless in their efforts to breach security and steal from your credit union and innocent members. At the same time consumers' use of mobile devices continues to grow at a rapid pace. Attend this eSchool to learn how you can stay ahead of the threat.  

Register early to save! CUNA Member Credit Unions save $200 when you register before June 12, 2017. Registration price after June 12, 2017 is $1,295.

This event is produced by the CUNA Center for Professional Development in partnership with NASCUS.

Who Should Attend

This eSchool is beneficial for credit union IT professionals as well as senior executives, operations and compliance professionals.

Topics

Class 1: July 12, 2017 // 1:00-2:00 p.m. CT

A Board's Responsibility in CyberRisk - Rayleen Pirnie

This session separates fact from hype and examines key aspects of what board members need to understand about cyber risk and cybersecurity. The board plays a pivotal role in the safety and soundness of the credit union, but do you know the questions to ask and what information should be presented regularly for your analysis? Attendees will leave this session with actionable items, valuable resources and key questions to ask to help measure cybersecurity success.

This session explores:

  • The board’s role in effective cybersecurity
  • 12 questions every board member should ask
  • Regulations, guidance and laws that should drive your credit union’s strategic plan
  • The potential pitfalls of relying too heavily on cybersecurity insurance
  • What should regularly be presented to the board regarding cyber risk and security

Class 2: July 19, 2017 // 1:00-2:00 p.m. CT

Cybersecurity Insurance – Can You Transfer the Risk? - Rob Fraser, CUNA Mutual Group

Navigating the world of cyber insurance is complicated. It is critical your credit union understands if/when risks are transferrable, what types of insurance coverages are available to you, what the hidden expenses are and your responsibilities to avoid liability under specific coverages.

During this session explore:

  • What Constitutes a Data Breach
  • Security Breach liability
  • Public Relations expense
  • Security breach expense
  • Payment Card Industry mitigation
  • Replacement of restoration of electronic data
  • Extortion threats

Class 3: July 26, 2017 // 1:00-2:00 p.m. CT

Cyber Resilience and Incident Response - BAE Systems

The FFIEC is frequently alerting financial institutions to watch out for cyber attacks. For most, it’s no longer a question of “if” but “when” they’ll be attacked. Learn about the current threats across the financial marketplace and explore strategies for implementing a successful incident response program as outlined in the FFIEC’s cyber resilience guidance.

Class 4: August 2, 2017 // 1:00-2:00 p.m. CT

Minimizing Threats Involving Malware & Cyber Scams - Chris R. Gill, CUNA Mutual Group 

Bad guys avoid firewalls, intrusion detection systems, multifactor authentication, and other protections to get at your members’ data and accounts. In fact, they use your too-often trusting employees and members as their unwitting accomplices. Fraudsters are relentless in exploiting weakness in your layered security controls to takeover member accounts through online banking and network vulnerabilities to steal member data. Hacked passwords, email attachments containing stealthy malicious malware, and social engineering through employee or member contact can cause significant damage for your credit union.

During this session, you will:

  • Learn how cyber thieves compromise accounts through online banking and attack organizations to steal data at breakneck speed 
  • Address the newest threat twists including data extortion
  • Identify actionable steps that you can take to protect your credit union

In addition to live sessions, you will have access to the following recorded sessions from the NASCUS/CUNA Cybersecurity Symposium:

  • The Current State of Cybersecurity and Survey of the Threat Landscape - Randall Romes, CLA: From the IoT attacks to expanded ransomware and phishing, threat vectors facing financial institutions continue to evolve. This session will survey the state of cybersecurity in 2017.
  • Cybersecurity on the World Stage: International Trends: This session will help attendees understand the global picture of cybersecurity developments by focusing on trends internationally and how they relate to US standards.
  • Beyond Fraud: Combating Cyber-Enabled Financial Crimes - Mau Castanheiro, Verafin: Industry expert, Mauriceo Castaneiro will discuss advisories from FinCEN on cybercrime and email compromise fraud, the impact of cyber-enabled crimes on financial institutions and their customers, and best practices to detect, investigate and report cyber-related crimes.
  • Ethical Hackers Perspective – 10 Things that Make a Hackers Job Easy - David Anderson, CLA: Hackers and organized crime have monetized their activities and created a lucrative and robust black market industry for stolen personal financial information and personal identifiable information. 
  • Is it Safe? Understanding the Vulnerabilities of the Cloud - Chad Carrington, Pete Sedgwick: This session will focus on cloud computing, exploring the benefits and vulnerabilities of moving processing and data to the cloud.
  • What is New in Cybersecurity Litigation and Enforcement? - Patrick Sickels, CU Answers: This session will focus on notable cyber litigation and enforcement actions, focusing on what important lessons should be learned from the mistakes of others.
  • Cyber Risk Rating an Institution - Matt Froning, Security Compliance Associates Inc.: A cybersecurity risk assessment is critical to understanding the vulnerabilities of an institution. This session will focus on practical lessons on conducting a risk assessment, including what mitigating factors to consider and how to calculate an overall rating.
  • Do You Know Who you are Dealing With: How Authentication Affects Prevention, Detection, and Response? - Craig Hoffman, BakerHostetler & Marshall Hellman, Mandiant: Attackers often leverage “legitimate” credentials during an attack. Almost all breaches require the investigation of credential usage, unless you are prepared it may be difficult to distinguish between legitimate and unauthorized activity. This session will review real-life examples of authentication failures and provide practical advice to prevent, detect and investigate credential misuse.
  • Understanding Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities & Protections – Rob Fraser, CUNA Mutual Group: Data breaches can lead to significant costs and reputational risks for your credit union. Cybersecurity trends are continuously evolving and incident response planning can help ensure your entire organization is prepared for a breach. Join this session to learn what constitutes a data breach, as well as breach trends and credit union specific statistics, how to leverage robust risk management services and coverage that come with the Beazley policy.

Also Available

All live event registrations include credit union access to the recorded event. You may also purchase the recorded event separately. Click here to see more about purchasing the recorded event.

This eSchool is available to CUNA Training Bundle users at no additional cost.

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