Information Security: Risk Assessments & Incident Response
Part 2 - highlighting current threats, real procedures you can follow and the importance of forensics when digital robbery occurs.

Session 1 will help you understand the core elements of risk assessments and methods to simplify the process. Session 2 highlights current threats, real procedures you can follow and the importance of forensics when digital robbery occurs.

Incident Response without Forensics: Same as robbery without an investigation?

How do you respond when notified of a malware infection? A malware infection on your system or a customer’s system is the digital equivalent to your staff notifying you about an attempted robbery. Would you choose not to investigate the robbery and just clean up the mess? In a digital world, incident response plans must assist the bank in determining if they were robbed. Next, investigate what was stolen and who was responsible for stealing it. This discussion will talk about types of incidents that are increasing in frequency for financial institutions and how to prepare for them. Highlighting real procedures institutions can follow and how forensics is a requirement in modern cyber incidents. The following are key focuses for our digital robbery discussion:


  • Trending cybercrime and malware threats
  • Cybercrime impact on bank systems, ATM, and commercial customers
  • Standard incident response procedures
  • Importance of forensics
  • Basic forensic processes

The goal is to highlight the threats faced by financial institutions today and increase awareness to the importance of forensics in incident response. Technical and managerial attendees will benefit for this discussion.


Senior management, IT officers, security officers, operations officers, risk managers, auditors and compliance officers.


Dr. Ashley Podhradsky, Secure Banking Solutions (SBS), Dakota State University, Drexel

  • Assistant professor of Computer & Network Security at Dakota State, adjunct professor for Drexel University
  • Training coordinator for BK Forensic of Philadelphia
  • Received awards from Google and the Anita Borg Institute for women in computing
  • Active member of the Philadelphia/Delaware Valley chapter of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association & the FBI’s InfraGard
  • Certified Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator and an Access Certified Examiner

Credit Information

Institute of Certified Bankers: Visit http://www.icbmembers.org/login.aspx for instructions regarding self-reporting. Estimated credits: 2 CE Credits.


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