Cybercrime: All Financial Institutions Have Risks

Financial institutions must respond to the ever-increasing innovation of cyber criminals.  Sophisticated risk mitigation technology is necessary for a strong security approach.  MACHA and the FS-ISAC are bringing together technology experts and leaders in the risk field to discuss the most pressing issues for financial institutions of all sizes.  We're continuing a commitment to leadership in risk mitigation with this timely seminar.  As criminals continue to refine their attacks, it remains critical that financial institutions have the most up-to-date information in order to develop successful defense strategies.  Don't miss this chance to interact with law enforcement, industry experts, and your peers from local financial institutions!

Agenda

Current Cyber Threats & the Community and Credit Union Councils of the FS-ISAC
Representatives from the FS-ISAC will discuss how criminals continue to innovate and create new cyber techniques to facilitate fraudulent financial transactions.  Speakers will review the different functions and specialists of criminal enterprises to allow for better understanding of threats. 

Law Enforcement & Electronic Crimes
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear directly from the United States Secret Service about the types of electronic crimes they are investigating. 

How To Manage Your Threat Intelligence
In this discussion-oriented session, we’ll learn all about how financial institutions can defend themselves by using threat intelligence from their peers, the federal government, and many other sources. We’ll get practical – how is this intelligence created? How can we detect and respond to it? What benefits are other financial institutions gaining from using threat intelligence? We’ll have plenty of time for Q&A, so come with all your ideas and questions!

Lurking in The Dark
The dark web is host to a significant amount of information about you and all of us.  Discover how and what information is available about consumers on the dark web and the ways in which that personal data is shared among the criminal community.

Networking Lunch
This is a perfect opportunity to interact with your peers from like organizations. Working together as a unified force is a much stronger defense against cybercrime. Use this time to share your experiences and learn from others.

How would your organization react?
This tabletop exercise with simulated cyber attacks allows participants to apply lessons learned and to share experiences and suggestions with peers for detecting, responding, and recovering in today’s digital environment. 

Cyber Threats Mitigation Review & Being a Part of the Community Institution or Credit Union Councils
Representatives from the FS-ISAC will provide a review and wrap-up of current cyber threat risk mitigation tools and the deployment of resources to combat cyber attacks.  Learn how the information sharing of the CIC and the CUC will be beneficial to your organization. 
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
9:00 am - 3:30 pm (Lunch Included)

DoubleTree by Hilton
5485 Twin Knolls Road
Columbia, MD  21045
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Who should attend?


Representatives from online banking products, payment operations, risk or security, IT areas, product management, compliance and risk management staff, and anyone interested in keeping up with cyber crime and risk mitigation.

Why should you attend?


Federal financial institution regulators recommend that financial institutions of all sizes participate in the FS-ISAC as part of their process when identifying, responding to, and mitigating cyber security threats and vulnerabilities.

How much does it cost?


MACHA and/or FS-ISAC members pay $160*.  Non-member pricing is $350.

*Please note that Educational Package Plans do not apply to this session.