Description: Every year, cyber threats become more sophisticated. Hackers find new ways to steal your personal information, your passwords, and your finances. They use social engineering to defraud organizations, like yours, into sending them money. Cyber-criminals have become more organized, and are using advanced techniques to con you out of your money. Cyber-crime is big business. This year’s topics focus on emerging cyber threats and steps you can take to prevent them in your organization.
You Will Learn:
- The top cyber threats to your business, including ransomware, phishing, CEO fraud (also known as business email compromise), and wire/ACH fraud.
- Valuable insight into today’s frauds and scams, with practical advice on how you can avoid them.
- You will gain the knowledge you need to protect your bank accounts, your computer network, and your identity.
Speaker: Mark Rhodes-Ousley is the author of Network Security: The Complete Reference and Information Security: The Complete Reference, both published by McGraw-Hill. A resident of Silicon Valley, he has been fortunate to live through the early years, boom times, and mainstreaming of computers and the Internet, practicing information security even before Windows existed. Mark has specialized in information security since 1994 when he built the first Internet firewall for Santa Clara County, and has built quality-focused security programs at Merrill-Lynch, National City Bank, Robert Half International, Sun Microsystems, PG&E, Clorox, Hitachi, SunPower, and the original Napster. He holds two core beliefs: that business processes are just as important as technology; and that security should be a business enabler, with a goal of enhancing the customer experience. Mark holds bachelor’s degrees in electrical engineering and applied mathematics from the University of California, San Diego, as well as several professional certifications.
The Financial Services Cybersecurity Roundtable is a cross-organizational, cross-functional peer-to-peer “learning community” working together to better protect our community from bank fraud, credit card theft, identity theft, and other forms of cyber crime.