Business Email Compromise - Preventing the Biggest Risk from Remote Users
Wednesday, April 15 | 2:00 PM ET
With the current pandemic, the number of remote users has greatly increased and with this change has come additional security threats.
This webinar will discuss the single most common attack used to target remote users in financial institutions and by far the most successful. Brendan McGowan, Chief Technology Officer at Safe Systems, will cover the main techniques used in these types of attacks and the cost effective solutions needed to mitigate them.
The Cloud: Recovery and Resiliency is Just a Click Away
Wednesday, April 22 | 2:00 PM ET
When thinking about disaster recovery, there is a lot for community banks and credit unions to consider. This webinar explores several important factors including cloud-based recovery options.
Chief Technology Officer, Safe Systems
VP Product Management, Safe Systems
This webinar will cover the following:
- The different DR options including multiple cloud concepts
- How the Cloud may impact the user experience, financials, and management
- Compliance ramifications of DR and cloud-based solutions
- Prerequisites that must be considered before moving to the Cloud
- Moving from Disaster Recovery to Disaster Resiliency
- How to evaluate your institution’s strategy to determine the right fit
Our Upcoming Webinars
Throughout the year, we host webinars on how to solve common technology, security, and compliance challenges in the community banking industry.
Date and registration information is posted as soon as it becomes available, so check back often!
2020 Webinar Schedule:
- April — Anti-malware
- May — IT Management Reporting Engine
- July — Virtual ISO
- September — Information Security Policies and Risk Assessments
- October — IT Network Management
- December — Next-Gen Firewall
The New Business Continuity Guidance Requires a Whole New Approach. Does It Also Require a Whole New Plan?
VP Compliance Services
VP Compliance Services
Presented by Jamie Davis
VP of Product Management
The FFIEC updated their BCP IT Examination Handbook in November 2019. In fact, the handbook is no longer called BCP (Business Continuity Planning) but is now called BCM (Business Continuity Management).
This is the first major update in several years. Which may leave you thinking…”What does this mean for my institution? Do we need to make any changes?”
Based on what we’ve read, the answer is probably, “Yes”. Many community financial institutions we speak with are already limping by with their current plan. So, this new booklet could mean it’s time for a major plan overhaul.
In this webinar we’ll discuss the following:
- What’s new
- What’s changed
- How these changes affect your plan
- The new regulatory expectations for your plan
- The possible next steps for your institution