Dec 10, 2020
Time for a workshop for the technical side of the community-bank. Time for a workshop full of command lines and configurations, acronyms we are forbidden to use around management, and even dark-web jokes.
Time for a workshop where we can turn off the webcams but share our screens. Time for a very technical workshop. Time for a Tech-shop!!
9:45 a.m. Registration/ Log In
10:00 a.m. Program Begins
12:00 p.m. Lunch Break (30 mins)
3:30 p.m. Class Adjourns
If the class decides they would rather have an hour lunch, program will conclude at 4pm!
• Securing Remote Access
• Scanning Remote Endpoints
• MFA Dos and Don’ts
• How to Test Your SIEM
• The Bank’s Role in Forensics
• Chain of Custody, Incident Response, and other templates.
• Links to tools and utilities
• NO GUIDANCE SUMMARIES.
Presenter: Sean Waugh, CISSP
(Lead Technical Auditor)
Known for his ability to explain very technical concepts, as Lead Technical Auditor Sean will help us understand how we can improve our vulnerability management system by scanning remote endpoints. Having seen both good and bad MFA designs, Sean will help us ensure we are not holding a false sense of security. Sean also plans to help us ensure remote
access has been properly configured.
Presenter: Michael Hartke
(Envoy from the SIEM, Curator of Code)
The person responsible for all things-SIEM-development has presented for the IBA before, as well as other bankers associations. He will be helping us understand Network Monitoring to UEBA to Rogue Device Detection Practices.
Moderator: Dan Hadaway, CRISC CISA CISM
Known for contribution to the IBA’s Cybersecurity Conference and development of cybersec policies, Dan will bring the “Cybertize” to this workshop. He has been providing training to the banking industry since 2000. As an owner of several successful companies since 1982, Dan has a unique perspective on governance objectives, and how to marry the needs of banks
to technology risk management. Founder of infotex, in 2000, an Indiana Bankers Preferred Service Provider for network monitoring, IT Auditing, event log management and SIEM services.
Dan has helped hundreds of banks establish appropriate security cultures. He moderates the IBA’s cybersecurity conference, and is published in many bank trade magazines, including the ABA’s Compliance Magazine.
Bring a team!
Management is welcome to participate with the program to learn at a high level, especially if they have insomnia, but this workshop is meant for teams of technical people (network administrators and system administrators,
engineers and coders, information security managers and cybersecurity specialists.)
$225 for the first attendee
$155 each additional attendee
Participation in IBA programs is limited to members, associate members, and nonmembers from an eligible membership category at applicable member or non-member rates.
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 instructor with the same content, but you'll have the ability to join from wherever you're located from the convenience (and safety) of your computer. We look forward to seeing you online!
You will receive your manual 2-3 days in advance should you want to print this to have during training. At this time, you will also receive log in instructions. This is a completely LIVE virtual training where you will be able to
ask questions directly to the speaker.
If you have questions, contact Elizabeth DeHaven at 317-387-9380 or via email at email@example.com.
Within three or more business days prior to the day of an educational program, no cancellation charge will be assessed. Within two days prior, 50% of the fee is assessed. Refunds are not provided for cancellations 1 day prior or absences on the day of the program. Substitutions are welcome at any time.