In 2016, the FFIEC completely re-wrote and significantly changed the Information Security Handbook. The Handbook represents an integration of concepts from Cybersecurity Guidance, Management Guidance, and other elements released in the past 10 years. The FFIEC Information Security Handbook is the most comprehensive resource from the FFIEC on constructing an adequate Information Security Program. Information Security Programs are created based on risk assessment processes that assist The Handbook focuses on the governance, culture, and responsibilities to make Information Security Programs successful. The creation of these programs is based on risk assessment processes that assist the institution in making control decisions; these decisions are then documented in policies, standards, and procedures. The last component of a successful program is to ensure the controls are effectively implemented with assurance, testing, and auditing processes.
What You Will Learn
- Governance of the Information Security Program
- Information Security Program Management
- Security Operations
- Information Security Program Effectiveness
Who Should Attend?
Information Security Officer, IT Manager, Risk Officer, Internal Auditor, Board members, or other management team members looking to understand the new FFIEC requirements and expectations.
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