IT Security Challenges for Community Banks – Part 2: The Building Blocks of a Strong Information Security Program
Cyber security is a growing threat to community banks. Session 1 introduces the threats we face in today’s environment. Session 2 will help you build a framework and safeguards that can be applied to any new or existing challenge.
Banks are required to develop and implement a comprehensive written information security program which defines administrative, technical and physical safeguards, appropriate given the size and complexity of a bank’s operations. This presentation will take you through the steps in building a program that is right for your bank and meets regulatory requirements. Upon completion, you will be armed with a blueprint that you can use to protect sensitive customer and financial information.
- Applicable laws and regulations
- Information security guidance
- Available security frameworks
- Build your own framework
- Non-negotiable components
- Suggestions to successfully implement the framework
Any employee responsible for advising, managing, or reviewing the information security program will obtain the greatest value from the discussion, including: risk managers, ISOs, IT committee members, auditors and security officers.
Chad Knutson, CISSP, CISA, CRISC, Senior Information Security Consultant & VP of Research & Development, Secured Banking Solutions (SBS).
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