2017 Cybersecurity Conference
Our cyber assessments are behind us, and while we’re not relishing the application of version 2 we no longer fear it. We’re well along the way on implementing controls we needed to get to our required maturity level. Our management team even understands now why they have to weigh in on our response to ransomware. Where do we go next? How do we streamline the new controls we’ve applied? What systems can help us filter out all the noise and bring everybody together? Now that management knows it’s a matter of when, not if, how do we prepare for the scary when?
Please join us as we learn methods to take our cybersecurity posture to the next level. Security experts will heighten your awareness of trends seen in the industry, industry experts will help us identify compliance concerns and accepted shortcuts. Professionals will share tools they’ve picked up along the way, and help you understand how the tools will impact you, your bank, and our banking community. Don’t miss the opportunity to network with other community bank cybersecurity personnel, security providers, and industry experts!
- A Mirror to See the Next Generation Attack Schemes, Jim Rechel
- Current Trends in Cyber Crime, Kyle Boyington
- Network Segmentation as a Critical Component of a Sound Security Posture, James Aldridge & Matt Patus
- ATM Skimming & New ATM Attack Vectors, Mike Burke
- EMV Fraud and Merchant Perpetration Power Up Your Fraud Mitigation Potential, Liz Little
- Top Five Concerns for Incident Response Management, Joe Oleksak
- Internet of Things, Jim Rechel
- Making the Switch from The SSAE 16 to SSAE 18, Lori Jean
- Cybersecurity for Adults: The Real Story on Randsomware, Business Email Compromise and Bankers Being Scammed, Jimmy Sawyers
- The Cloud and Compliance – Risk or Advantage?, Gary Lutz
- Cyber Resiliency Incident Response Exercise, Tom Williams
- Incident Response Self-Assessment, Tom Williams
- Critical Capabilities for Your SIEM, Michael Reinhart
- Five Trends That Will Change Your Bank Forever, Jimmy Sawyers
The Annual Conference is being held at the Renaissance Indianapolis North Hotel, 11925 N. Meridan Street, Carmel, IN 46032 on October 11 & 12, 2017. Room rates are $139.95 based on single/double occupancy. To make your room reservations, call 317-816-0777. The cut-off date for reservations is September 23, 2017. Reservations received after the cut-off date will be accepted on a space or rate available basis.
IBA Members $495 Each Additional Attendee $350
Non-Members $745 Each Additional Attendee $600
Registration fees include electronic handout materials, continental breakfast, lunch, refreshment break each day and a cocktail reception with Exhibitors.
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.
As an additional benefit for attendees, an exhibit area will feature companies showcasing their products and services of interest to the Cybersecurity Officer. All coffee breaks, continental breakfasts and reception will take place in the exhibit area so you will have plenty of opportunity to visit with the exhibitors and become aware of a number of Cybersecurity Tools that can be used to more effectively manage technology risk.
Casual business attire is appropriate for this conference. Because of temperature variations in meeting rooms, please bring a sweater or jacket for your comfort.
If you have a special need that may affect your participation in this program, please send IBA a statement regarding any needs at least 10 days before the program. We will contact you to discuss accommodations.
Certificate of Completion
To demonstrate your commitment to having a strong cybersecurity program, attendees will receive a "Certificate of Completion" for attendance at this 2-day conference.
For Additional Information please contact:
Indiana Bankers Association - Laurie Rees, Vice President, Education & Training
8425 Woodfield Crossing Blvd. Suite 155E
Indianapolis, IN 46240
Community Bankers Association of Ohio - Lianna Simeone, Education & Training Coordinator
8800 Lyra Drive, Suite 570
Columbus, OH 43240
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.