How to Effectively Enhance Your Information Security Program to Address Cyber Security Preparedness
Where do you stand with cyber security preparedness? Have you updated your Information Security Program and Enterprise-wide Information Security Risk Assessment to include cyber security? On November 3, 2014, the FFIEC issued a press release on Cyber Security Assessment Observations and Recommendations. The assessments were piloted at more than 500 community institutions in an effort to evaluate the institution's preparedness to mitigate cybersecurity risks. The "general observations" provide suggestions for senior and executive management, including the Board of Directors to consider when evaluating their own institution's cybersecurity preparedness. This is just one of the FFIEC cybersecurity initiatives implemented since June of 2013.
Not sure where to begin? Join us for this two-hour webinar to learn what you can do to meet and/or exceed examiner expectations for cyber security preparedness. You will gain valuable insight and recommendations for what and where to enhance your program.
- Overview of the observations from the preparedness assessments
- Regulatory expectations to include:
- NIST framework
- Board awareness and involvement
- Cyber security insurance
- How to enhance your Information Security Program
Who Should Attend?
Information and Cyber Security Officers, Risk Managers, CEO, Auditor, Compliance Officer, IT, Operations, anyone responsible for developing and or maintaining the institution's Information and Cyber Security Program.
Please note: This site employs features that may cause unexpected behavior in older versions of Internet Explorer. If you experience a problem, try refreshing your screen. If this doesn't solve the problem, click on this link.
You may contact us by using the Online Chat button below.