BYOD to Work, No Problem, or Is It? Mobile Computing in Today’s Workplace
Two hour tele-web seminar August 3, 2012
In this electronic media decade, you must be aware of the media, the risks and the regulations to maintain compliance and protect your data. This program provides an overview of the uses, potential risks, regulations and applicable controls.
This tele-web seminar will begin on Friday, August 3, 2012 at 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM Pacific Time.
The use of electronic media, whether by the bank, employees, or customers has exploded in the last two years. Just look around, and everywhere you go you will see people using smart phones and iPads. The number of social media sites is prolific. In 2009 The Wall Street Journal reported there were more social networking accounts than webmail accounts and there is no reason to believe that trend has decreased over the last two years. Financial institutions are now allowing employees to BYOD to work, or at least providing the devices to specific individuals. iPads are becoming the way of the future for distributing meeting packets to board members. Maybe you haven’t gone this direction yet, but it is just a matter of time. Millennial generation job seekers have been known to turn down jobs when they found out they couldn’t BYOD to work or have Internet and Facebook access while at work.
- Provide an overview of the uses
- Discuss potential risks
- Explore available controls
- Review the applicable regulations.
Senior management, compliance officers, risk managers, human resource managers, internal auditors, and IT staff.
Susan Orr, CISA, CISM, CRP, CRISC, is an industry expert with vast regulatory, risk management, and security knowledge. During her 14-years as bank examiner, Susan held numerous lead positions including Regional IT Examination Specialist, Special Assistant to the Regional Director, and Special Assistant to the Vice Chairman of the FDIC. Susan was lead instructor for the FDIC’s technology school. She currently consults for security providers and performs IT security/regulatory reviews for financial institutions.
2.0 total credits
Member price: $250.00 | Non member price $500.00