2021 Cybersecurity/IT Forum
February 22 | June 21 | October 25
Registration for all three sessions is $1,200 for CBAO members.
The Cybersecurity/IT Forum will provide a platform and opportunity to exchange ideas freely, examine pressing issues in today’s ever-evolving regulatory, cost-conscience and productivity-driven environment.
Benefits of the Forum:
- Improve your effectiveness as Information/Cybersecurity Officer / IT Officer
- Form lasting relationships with other bank Information/Cybersecurity Officers / IT Officers
- Solve your most pressing problems
- Obtain access to highly respected industry experts
- Secure networks in a world of multiple devices
- Discuss with peers what works and what doesn’t
- Hear from experts in the industry on products, services, regulatory changes and best practices
- Discuss emerging security threats concerning community bank
Possible Forum Topics:
- Cyber security assessments
- Information and cyber security programs
- Risk assessments
- Mobile banking
- Remote Deposit Capture
- Remote access and BYOD
- Networking and controls
- Outsourced third party relationships and oversight
- Incident response planning
- Business continuity and disaster recovery planning
- Regulatory issues
Personal Safety and the Hybrid Class Structure
If you are joining in person, CBAO has implemented the following for your safety:
- Transition to a larger classroom space that allows 6ft. social distancing
- Provision of face masks, hand sanitizer, & individually-boxed breakfast/lunch
- Full sanitization of the environment prior to class
If you are joining us online, you can expect the same interaction and engagement with the facilitators and fellow participants through:
- Live video and audio interaction with camera, microphone, and speaker placement throughout the classroom
- Full materials provided prior to class as well as live screensharing with the facilitators
Meet the Facilitator:
During Susan’s 15-year tenure as a bank examiner, she held numerous lead positions including Regional IT Examination Specialist, Special Assistant to Regional Director, Special Assistant to the Director of DSSC, and Special Assistant to the Vice Chairman of the FDIC.
Susan was also a lead instructor for the FDIC’s technology school and was instrumental in key industry initiatives such as the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) IT Handbook rewrites.
Prior to launching her consulting practice, Susan was Vice President of Regulatory Compliance for an internet security company where she advised staff, customers and partners on regulation, security and risk management.
If you are having issues with registering online, please contact CBAO's Education, Training & Special Events Coordinator, Patti Webb, (614) 610-1877.