Date: October 1-2 2020
Location: Online Conference
SBS Speaker: Jon Waldman, President SBS Institute
Topic: Reporting Critical Information Security Areas Upstream
Description: One of the most critical aspects of any Information Security Program is communication and sharing information. This is especially true with Executives and Board of Directors, who need to be educated and informed on all aspects of information security so they can ask better questions and make appropriate decisions. If the top level of the organization better understand the risks and the impact potential, it will help build a stronger information security culture throughout the organization
About the Conference:
The year, 2020. We’ve been planning for it - even testing it - since 2008. We survived the initial shock, helped our users learn to work from the most unlikely places like kitchens and bedrooms, and planned the recovery. Some of us even think we know what the new normal is going to look like. We all have our own version of Zoom, if not Zoom itself. LET’S PUT ALL THAT ASIDE.
Let’s get together to revisit each other, revisit our partners and auditors, have some fun, sharpen our plans, and learn about Cybersecurity! How do we know we’re still safe? From artificial intelligence to the new Business Continuity Management guidance, technology risk continues to express itself. The entire “it’s not if, it’s when” statement is now “it’s not here, it’s at home.” And from home, the terms “cloud security” and “ransomware” and “Office 365” take on new meanings.
Thirteen industry leading sessions will heighten our awareness of trends seen in the industry; help us identify compliance concerns and accepted shortcuts, share the tools we’ve picked up along the way, and understand how the tools will impact our bank and our banking community. Don’t miss this opportunity to network with other community bank cybersecurity personnel, security providers and industry experts!
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Hacker Hour webinars are a series of free webinars hosted by SBS CyberSecurity. Unlike paid webinars, Hacker Hours are aimed to meet on a monthly basis to discuss cybersecurity 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.