Hear from an expert why you need to be here!
Tom Schauer, CEO of TrustCC, explains why you can't miss this year's NASCUS/CUNA Cybersecurity Symposium, Aug. 24-25, in Denver, Colo.
Register today for the 2015 NASCUS/CUNA Cybersecurity Symposium, Aug. 24-25, at the Grand Hyatt in Denver! Be part of this important cybersecurity symposium, better understand the strengths and vulnerabilities of the system's cybersecurity positioning, and help shape the policy of security expectations going forward. Whether you are a credit union manager, compliance officer, information officer or examiner, this symposium is for you, as it will feature essential subject matter for any financial services professional.
Highlights of the 2015 Cybersecurity Symposium include:
- Live illustration of a computer/network hacking (demonstrated by Symposium Host Tom Schauer, CEO of TrustCC);
- A presentation by U.S. Secret Service Deputy Assistant Director Robert Novy on law enforcement’s view of cybercrime;
- An review of what a credit union’s directors should know about cybersecurity;
- An examination of vulnerabilities in the payments system, including those associated with Apple Pay and “chip and pin” credit and debit card security techniques;
- A panel discussion on what a cybersecurity exam should look like;
- 13 hours of educational presentations, panel discussions, demonstrations and group discussions;
- Presentations and group discussion led by more than 10 experts in cybersecurity.
For more information, contact NASCUS Vice President of Education Isaida Woo, either via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 703.528.0796.
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A cancellation received in writing by 5 p.m. Eastern Time on or three weeks prior to the event will be refunded, minus a $75 processing fee. No refunds will be issued thereafter; substitutions of participants will be allowed. To change or cancel your registration, email firstname.lastname@example.org. In the event that NASCUS cancels the event, all payments will be refunded.