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Hacker Hours

Hacker Hour webinars are a series of free webinars hosted by Secure Banking Solutions. Unlike paid webinars, our free Hacker Hours aim to discuss banking issues and trends in an open format. Attendees are encouraged to join the conversation and get their questions answered. SBS will also offer products and services to help financial institutions with these specific issues.

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Hacker Hour: Authentication and Password Cracking

Date: April 26, 2017Steal Password

Passwords are an important layer of security designed to protect your digital identity. Advances in computing technology now allow passwords that were previously considered "strong" to be broken or cracked in a shorter time frame.

This webinar will discuss the accepted password standards that we see today and talk about what is on the horizon for authentication. We will even show an example of how hackers are able to crack passwords!

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Hacker Hour: Weathering the ADA Website Compliance Storm

Date: March 29, 2017Storm

It is believed that over 40% of community banks have received a demand letter from plaintiff law firms. This latest effort in the wave of digital accessibility lawsuits puts banks in the crosshairs.

This SBS webinar will outline the history of this issue, discuss the requirements around ADA compliance, and provide you with the best practices in approaching your website accessibility project.

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Hacker Hour: I Gotcha, You Clicked! Now Let Me Show You What I Can Do.

Date: February 22, 2017Mouse Click

According to the Verizon Data Breach study, 30 percent of all phishing emails are opened. The #1 delivery method of malware or ransomware is through email attachments. It only takes one person to open an attachment to get access to your company's network. This webinar will present a case study that shows the steps hackers will take to target your company for a phishing scam with the intent to penetrate your network.

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Hacker Hour: Confessions of a Hacker's Social Engineering Success

Date: January 25, 2017Alert: Hacker Detected

Social Engineering is the leading cause of security and data breaches in the world today.  As we start a new year let's share some social engineering stories that will remind you of how easy it can be for a hacker to compromise your business.

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Hacker Hour: SBS Annual Cybersecurity Predictions

Date: December 28, 2016CrystalBall

At the end of each year we at SBS look into our magic crystal ball and make predictions of what the world will see in the cybersecurity industry throughout the next year. Join us for this one hour session as we review which 2016 predictions came true and announce our 2017 predictions.

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Hacker Hour: Leveraging the "Dark Web"

Date: November 18, 2016

Cybercriminals are leveraging the "Dark Web" to monetize the data they are stealing from organizations. In this webinar we will discuss how to access the "Dark Web" and how cybercriminals make their money or use it for ransomware attacks.

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Hacker Hour: 10 Tips for Building a Culture of Cybersecurity

Date: October 27, 2016

Financial institutions of all sizes experience cybersecurity challenges. What are you doing to build a culture of cybersecurity at your institution? Join us for this webinar as we discuss 10 tips to increase security awareness from the break room to the board room.

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Hacker Hour: Incident Response Round Table

Date: September 28, 2016

One of the best ways to train key employees on your incident response team is to conduct a walk through or functional test of the current incident response plan. Join SBS for this round table discussion covering typical cybersecurity incidents that you should be ready for and share your ideas on how to handle these events. SBS will share how we are helping organizations create and maintain a good incident response plan/process.

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Hacker Hour: MALWARE 101 - Understanding Recent Malware and Ransomware

Date: August 17, 2016

Malware and Ransomware incidents are a common occurrence in today's security space, but many people do not understand the basics of malware and how it could effect their organization or relationships.


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Hacker Hour: The Great Debate: Penetration Testing VS Vulnerability Assessments

Date: July 27, 2016
Over the years penetration testing and vulnerability assessments have been a good security practice to implement. However, there have been lingering myths and misconceptions about each of these assessments.

Join SBS as we walk through penetration testing and vulnerability assessments. Let's debate what a good pen test looks like, what financial institutions are doing for vulnerability assessments, how often should we be doing these tests, and how to get the most out of my network testing provider.

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Hacker Hour: Brushing up on Corporate Account Takeover

Date: June 23, 2016
In 2012 the Conference of State Bank Supervisors released their best practices for reducing the risks of Corporate Account Takeover. Although the guidance has helped financial institutions implement security programs to limit their exposure, CATO is still happening. Just like any advanced and persistent threat, hackers are finding new and improved ways to capitalize on the lack of security in our small business customers.

During this session we will review the CATO guidance that is available, discuss how to risk assess small businesses, and explore new ways to increase the security and awareness of our small business customers.

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Hacker Hour: What to Expect from Your Next IT Exam

Date: May 26, 2016
It is no secret that cybersecurity is top of mind for governing bodies of financial institutions. In fact, we have seen more information security guidance and updates in the financial industry over the last few years than we have seen in ten years. So the question is: What should I expect from my next exam?

Rather than spending time worrying about what can possibly happen in your next IT exam, you can be actually preparing for it. This webinar will cover some simple steps that can help you get ready for your next IT exam.

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Hacker Hour: How Your MSSP Helps You Meet the Baseline Standards of the FFIEC Cybersecurity Assessment Tool

Date: April 22, 2016
So you’ve made it through the first . . . no wait, actually the third . . . . iteration of your Cybersecurity Maturity Assessment, and boy there are several areas where you just can’t declare the baseline statements. Did you know that Managed Security Service Providers can help you with the typical baseline statements and help meet your maturity goals? Join SBS as we invite one of our partners from Infotex to talk about common issues financial institutions are seeing with the cybersecurity assessment and how to overcome those issues.

View this webinar to walk through how to complete the assessment and discuss what obstacles financials institutions are having once they have completed their first iteration of it. We will discuss the top 10 most missed baseline questions and talk about what you can do to prepare for regulators.

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Hacker Hour: Whoops, You Clicked. Now What?

Date: March 24, 2016
We know the situation well. An employee receives an email they think is coming from someone they know and opens it. The email has an embedded link or attachment that has urgent information they are expecting, so they click on the link or open the attachment. Nothing appears to be happening so they close the attachment or exit the website. Just then, they realize they shouldn’t have clicked. Panic sets in and they wonder if they just infected their machine or network.

This webinar will take you through the incident response procedures and malware impact analysis that forensic experts take to understand what the malware intended to do, and what it actually did.

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Hacker Hour: To Catch a Hacker

Date: February 18, 2016
In most cases it is the people that are the weakest link when it comes to security. In fact, approximately 90% of all breaches reported in 2013 and 2014 were due to some type of social engineering.

Join SBS as we sit down with our social engineering team to discuss how you can catch a hacker in the act – before any damage is done. We will cover what to look for and what action you can take to stop the hacker from succeeding in their attempt at breaching your institution.

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Hacker Hour: Internal Penetration Testing - What is it good for?

Date: January 25, 2016
Internal penetration testing is not a new concept in the banking industry, however it is gaining in popularity and leading people to ask more questions. Do we perform a vulnerability assessment or a penetration test? Do we do both? If we do an internal penetration test, how do we know we are getting a quality test?

This webinar will walk through a step-by-step process outlining what a good internal penetration test looks like and uncover valuable tips on what to ask your vendors, ensuring you get a quality test.

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Completing and Understanding the FFIEC Cybersecurity Risk Assessment Tool

Date: May 26, 2016
About a year ago in light of the increasing volume and sophistication of cyber threats, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) developed the Cybersecurity Assessment Tool (Assessment) to help institutions identify their risks and determine their cybersecurity preparedness. The assessment provided a repeatable and measurable process for financial institutions to measure their cybersecurity preparedness over time.

View this webinar to walk through how to complete the assessment and discuss what obstacles financials institutions are having once they have completed their first iteration of it. We will discuss the top 10 most missed baseline questions and talk about what you can do to prepare for regulators.

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FFIEC Cybersecurity Assessment Overview with Dr. Kevin Streff

A short overview of the new FFIEC Cybersecurity Assessment Tool (CAT) and how banks should start leveraging this new guidance.

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 Product/Service Showcases

SBS-KnowBe4 Phishing and Security Awareness Training

Date: May 26, 2016
More than ever, your users are the weak link in your network security. Employees should be properly trained in security awareness and kept on their toes, keeping security top of mind.

SBS has partnered with KnowBe4, the world’s most popular integrated Security Awareness Training and Simulated Phishing platform, to provide a Phishing and Security Awareness software. Through this partnership, your institution now has access to the tools needed to help manage and provide training around the urgent IT security problems posed by social engineering, spear-phishing, and ransomware.

SBS will assist in setting up a security awareness program for your institution using the KnowBe4 phishing tool and online training modules. View this webinar to see a demo of the software and learn how SBS can partner with you to create a stronger security awareness program.

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Date: September 30, 2015
After months of anticipation, the FFIEC released its Cybersecurity Assessment Tool on June 30, 2015. Now the question is: are my regulators going to expect us to implement this tool before our next examination? How do I actually use this tool? To help financial institutions efficiently complete their assessment, Secure Banking Solutions has released Cyber-RISK™, our FREE cybersecurity assessment software.

Instead of creating your own spreadsheet or version of the FFIEC tool, your institution will now have the power of TRAC™ automation to complete your assessment. This easy to use software will also quickly generate management-ready reports and give your institution an idea of what to do next. AND IT’S TOTALLY FREE!

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