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Financial Services Cybersecurity Roundtable – April 2019
April 12, 2019 @ 8:00 am - 10:00 am
The Financial Services Cybersecurity Roundtable is a cross-organizational, cross-functional “learning community” committed to working together to better protect our community from bank fraud, credit card theft, identity theft and other forms of cyber crime.
Please join us April 12th for the next meeting of SecureTheVillage’s Financial Services Cybersecurity Management Roundtable.
Host: Will Castro, City National Bank
When: Friday morning, April 12, 2019, 8:00 – 10:00 AM
Check-in and Networking begins at 8:00AM
The meeting starts promptly at 8:30AM
Where: 2 California Plaza, 350 S. Grand Ave., 7th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90071
Title / Topic: Vendor Management Interactive Discussion: How Banks Can Help Non-Bank SMBs Raise the Bar in Managing Vendor Risk
Speaker: Discussion Facilitated by Stan Stahl (Citadel Information Group/ SecureTheVillage) & John Coleman (J. Coleman Consulting/SecureTheVillage)
Banks make extensive use of third-party service providers to perform critical functions such as processing, storing, and transmitting customer accounts and confidential information. Although banks have limited control over service providers, regulators expect all institutions to practice effective risk management regardless of whether the bank performs the activity internally or through a third party. As a result, banks have developed extensive policies and procedures for managing vendors and mitigating third-party risk.
As one of its missions, SecureTheVillage has evolved a set of recommended minimum standards to help SMBs manage risk and improve information security, including oversight of service providers.
To start the meeting, John and Stan will provide overviews of the vendor risk management frameworks according to bank regulations and the best practices outlined by SecureTheVillage.
This will be followed by a roundtable discussion where attendees will 1) discuss how their banks (or businesses) have structured their vendor risk management programs and 2) offer ideas and practical advice for improving the minimum recommended standards that non-bank SMBs should put in place to manage vendor risk.
Who Should Attend: The Financial Services Cybersecurity Roundtable is designed for:
- Information security, IT management, treasury and risk officers at commercial financial institutions
- Relationship managers and other-customer-centric professionals in the financial services industry
- Law enforcement personnel engaged in financially-related cyber crime
- Financial services regulatory community.
SecureTheVillage — Mission — A Cybersecure Los Angeles! SecureTheVillage is a nonprofit organization whose mission is a Cybersecure Los Angeles. We accomplish this by providing executives in the business and not-for-profit community with the knowledge, resources, and relationships they need to meet today’s cybercrime, cyber privacy and information security challenges.
For More Information: Email info@SecureTheVillage.org
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