Oct 1, 2020 to Oct 2, 2020
Imagine the unmatched energy + unparalleled tactics of a Cybersecurity Conference streaming to you at home, or in your office! The 2020 Cybersecurity Conference will be coming to you virtually.
The year, 2020. We’ve been planning for it - even testing it - since 2008. We survived the initial shock, helped our users learn to work from the most unlikely places like kitchens and bedrooms, and planned the recovery. Some of us even think we know what the new normal is going to look like. We all have our own version of Zoom, if not Zoom itself. LET’S PUT ALL THAT ASIDE.
Let’s get together to revisit each other, revisit our partners and auditors, have some fun, sharpen our plans, and learn about Cybersecurity! How do we know we’re still safe? From artificial intelligence to the new Business Continuity Management guidance, technology risk continues to express itself. The entire “it’s not if, it’s when” statement is now “it’s not here, it’s at home.” And from home, the terms “cloud security” and “ransomware” and “Office 365” take on new meanings.
Thirteen industry leading sessions will heighten our awareness of trends seen in the industry; help us identify compliance concerns and accepted shortcuts, share the tools we’ve picked up along the way, and understand how the tools will impact our bank and our banking community. Don’t miss this opportunity to network with other community bank cybersecurity personnel, security providers and industry experts!
Thursday, October 1, 2020
Building Bridges with Artificial Intelligence
Manish Nathwani, Shazam
Exploiting Password Reset Tools for Fun and Profit
David Anderson, CLA
Staying Secure in an Outsourced World
Brian M. Petzold, Bedel Security
Reporting Critical Information Security Areas Upstream
Jon Waldman, SBS CyberSecurity, LLC
Network Segregation - Building Layered Defenses
Jason Mikolanis, Virtual Innovation
Ransomware: To Pay or Not to Pay? That is the Question
Patrick Flanigan, Plante Moran
Not On My Watch – Implementing an Information Security Program to Protect Bank and Customer Critical Information Assets
Susan Orr, Susan Orr Consulting, LLC
Friday, October 2, 2020
Business Continuity Management and Resilience
Joe Oleksak, Plante Moran
Cloud Security - Avoiding A Storm
Nick Shirk, Jack Henry Associates
Surviving the Cyberpocalypse
Steven V. Long, Hancock Health / Hancock Regional Hospital
How to Build a Security Plan for Office 365
Gary Lutz, IT Resource, Inc.
Inside Job: How hackers use your own staff to steal from the bank
Ben Hayden, SHAZAM
Things You Wish You Didn't Know About Security In Banking
Robert Johnston, Adlumin, Inc
Who Should Attend
Staff responsible for Cybersecurity, Fraud, IT planning, information security, budgeting and compliance including: Compliance Officers, Information Security Officers, Audit & Operations Personnel, Risk Management, and anyone responsible for making technology decisions within your institution.
IBA & CBAO Members $395
Each Additional Attendee $250
Participation in IBA programs is limited to members, associate members, and nonmembers from an eligible membership category at applicable member or nonmember rates.100% Surcharge will be applied for all Non-Members.
The 2020 Cybersecurity Conference will be coming to you virtually.
While we may not be able to get together "in person" for this event as originally planned given the circumstances, we know that education/training to stay current and be the best banker you can be is important. That's why we're committed to providing this session and we're taking it online via webinar technology. Same line up of speakers presenting the same content, but you'll have the ability to join from wherever you're located from the convenience (and safety) of your computer.
For Additional Information please contact:
Indiana Bankers Association - Laurie Rees, Vice President, Education & Training
8425 Woodfield Crossing Blvd. Suite 155E
Indianapolis, IN 46240
Cancellations received in the IBA office 5 business days prior to the scheduled program will be refunded in full. Due to commitments with the hotels, cancellations received less than 5 business days prior to the scheduled program are not refundable. Substitutions are welcome. Registrants who do not attend the program or send a substitute will be responsible for the entire registration fee.
We would like to thank this year's conference sponsors!