This workshop will begin with a vivid picture of how technical and non-technical vulnerabilities are exploited resulting is significant risks to credit union systems and information. The workshop will then transition to the challenges related to information security risk assessment, business continuity risk assessment, and IT audit risk assessment. The workshop will then narrow its focus towards member information security risk assessment as required by 12CFR748 and will provide a process for effective yet efficient risk assessment and testing of key controls. Participants will have an opportunity to review some risk assessment samples from various credit unions and explore ways to integrate the best ideas into the risk assessment performed at their credit union.
In a high-energy, multimedia presentation, Leyden gives audiences a big picture overview of the extraordinary transformation the world is going through right now. He clearly explains the interconnected transformations in technology, the economy, the media, and the fundamental restructuring of the new global order, as well as the sea change in the demographics of America with the rise of the young Millennial Generation and immigrants. All of these developments (any of which can be emphasized to an audience) are adding up to force a needed transformation of politics in the decade ahead. Though provocative, Leyden helps audiences to see that these developments are largely positive and ends with implications for your business or organization. This inspiring talk leaves audiences amazed and optimistic about the future.
10:00 – 10:30 am
Networking Break – visits with sponsors ~ Sponsored by inLighten
PCI Compliance Diana Greenhaw, Business Leader, Payment System Security Compliance, VISA, Frisco, TX ~ Sponsored by TraceSecurity
Join us as we step back in time to the 17th century and take an exciting tour through Jamestown Settlement with a focus on the technology used during that period. You will be escorted along guided tours specifically designed to look at money, trade and economy; with a particular focus on how tobacco was used as currency in the 17 th century.
You will also have a chance to explore the life of a sailor while on board one of the 17 th century replica ships, Susan Constant, Godspeed, and Discovery. Compare the tools and technologies of the original three cultures, the English, Africans and Powhatan Indians. Learn about the economic impact the cultivation of tobacco had on the Virginia Company and the development of the colony.
This tour will give you a real feel for life in colonial times and what the people of those times went through to accomplish their day-to-day activities.
David Ben struck the word impossible from his vocabulary. As a world-renowned magician, David has to make problems disappear. Problem solving, he believes, is everyone's core business. Unfortunately, few people have been taught how to solve problems in an effective and efficient manner. David demystifies the problem-solving process by taking his audience behind the scenes of the world of magic and revealing the tricks of the trade – the methodology magicians, card cheats and psychics use to perform the impossible.
David also demonstrates that every activity is a sales opportunity. Whether people work in the field of behind the desk, success depends on how well they sell the skills, products or services they provide. Using magic as his metaphor, David also demystifies this process and provides a strategy for maximizing success. His common sense approach ensures that clients and customers receive exactly what they need when they need it in a manner that is efficient for both buyer and seller.
His presentations focus on assessing opportunity based on the needs of the customer, maximizing opportunity by discovering new applications for existing products and services, using negative people to advantage, closing the transaction, understanding the importance of the “after sell” and its role in developing new and repeat business, and inspiring confidence in colleagues and co-workers. Always interested in technology, David outlines his pragmatic approach to innovation and the use of technology.
Most of all, David demonstrates the true meaning of being proactive. As a magician, David has to make miracles happen. By performing magic and then explaining how the magic is created, people learn that success in magic and business is the result of the cumulative effect of many apparently inconsequential details most people take for granted. It is a unique approach to learning a few new tricks for the trade presented by a unique individual – David Ben
Networking Break – visit with sponsors ~ Sponsored by Passageways
10:00– 11:15 am
New Red Flag Rules Cliff DeGroot, Attorney and CPA, Farleigh, Wada, Witt, Portland, OR and
Bill Podborny, Director of Information Security, Alliant CU, Chicago, IL ~ Sponsored by TraceSecurity
Virtualization 101 (session repeats) Kris Domich, Principal Consultant, Data Center & Storage Solutions, Dimension Data, Herndon, VA ~ Sponsored by Akcelerant
Back by popular demand is our core processor panel discussion. A highly requested session on the past two conference evaluations, we've arranged to have seven core processors represented in one place! If you are researching potential core processor partners, in the middle of a core processor search or trying to plan a future core processor strategy, this session is a must! Here is what each processor will cover:
Short term product and design plans
Future design plans and architecture
There will be no sales or marketing pitches
The audience will have the opportunity to ask questions of each processor
Where else can you go and have the following processors all in one room: Symitar, OSI, CU Answers, Fiserv, EPL, Ultradata, and FIS. Join us for this session and find out.
Core Processor Panel Speakers
Mickey Goldwasser, VP, Product Marketing & Communication, Open Solutions, Inc., Glastonbury, CT
Mark Forbis, CTO and VP, Jack Henry and Associates, San Diego, CA
Peter Mckellar, VP Product Development, CU Core Systems, Harland Financial Solutions, Pleasanton, CA
Joe Barry, President, Fiserv Credit Union Division, Valley Forge, VA
Todd Proulx, VP Business Development, EPL, Inc., Wyoming, MN
Scott Page, EVP Sales & Marketing, CU Answers, Grand Rapids, MI
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