Information Security: Beyond the Breach Response

11/12/2008

Banking + Financial Services, Financial Institutions + Financial Services, and Financial Services

Webcast

Speaking Engagement

The American Bankers Association is hosting a two-hour live telephone briefing/webcast which will discuss the importance of a bank-wide approach to information security and awareness. The program is designed to provide you with a comprehensive review of the business rationale for taking such an approach in your bank.
From desks, to trash bins, to laptops, the threats to customer information are many. Maintaining an effective information security program requires involvement from the entire bank’s staff. It is essential to build the proper level of security awareness within the bank. Learn how to foster the proper corporate culture to protect information and swiftly respond to potential breaches by participating in this briefing.

Topics will include

  • Keys to coordinating information security
  • Lessons in effective breach response
  • Steps to build a security awareness program
  • How to train staff to comply with red flags
  • Tips on developing clean desk and laptop protection policies.

$225 ABA/Service Member • $355 Non-Member

Click here for more information or to register: http://www.aba.com/teleweb/tb111208.htm

Speakers:

Doug Johnson, Vice President, Risk Management Policy, American Bankers Association, Washington, DC (moderator)
Rick Fischer, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP, Washington, DC
John Bonora, Vice President and Compliance Officer, Fairfield County Bank, Ridgefield, CT
Lynn Goldstein, Senior Vice President and Chief Privacy Officer, JPMorgan Chase, Chicago, IL

This program has been approved for 2.0 CPE for CPAs; 2.5 CRCM and 2.5 CFSSP continuing education credits

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