As financial institutions continue to navigate the remote workforce landscape, they will need to take specific and thorough actions to keep accountholder information secure and maintain compliance.
AFTER THIS WEBINAR YOU’LL BE ABLE TO:
- Identify the threats and risks of maintaining a remote workforce
- Verify security compliance or non-compliance with industry regulations
- Implement best practices for work from home staff
- Properly manage the ongoing risk of the remote workforce
- Identify whether a job function can be performed offsite
The pandemic has changed the way we work and where we work. Security concerns are even greater with work from home staff. Financial industry experts believe the work from home trend will continue even after the pandemic ends. This could lead to unanticipated outcomes regarding unintentional disclosure of accountholder information. How can your financial institution ensure the necessary steps are being taken to secure accountholder information and comply with industry regulations?
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This session is designed for information security officers, human resource personnel, senior management, operations, and anyone responsible for securing accountholder information.
- Best practices checklist for work from home staff
- List of common attacks/threats against remote workers and how to mitigate them
- Sample remote worker policy that complies with FFIEC and regulatory guidelines
- Employee training log
- Interactive quiz
SPEAKER: John Moeller, CLA
John Moeller, a principal at CLA, is focused on serving the technology needs of financial institutions. Over the past 35 years, John has gained extensive experience developing strategic technology plans for financial institutions. He performs technology and vulnerability/risk assessments, controls reviews, and information security and business continuity program development, implementation, training, and testing.
John is a frequent speaker on information security, IT assessments and strategy, CIO outsourcing, and managed IT services. He holds several professional certifications, including Certified Information Systems Security Professional, Certified Ethical Hacker, and EC Council – Certified Security Analyst. He received a bachelor’s in Information Technology from Capella University.