Speakers listed for the 3rd annual event!

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Our third annual cybersecurity symposium picks up where our first two, wildly popular programs left off. Hear and see cutting-edge techniques, best practices and procedures that protect your organization from the latest threats.

About a dozen cybersecurity experts from across the nation -- in more than 13 hours of educational presentations, discussions, demonstrations and panel/group discussions – will lead the discussion at this year's Cybersecurity Symposium, Aug. 1-2, in Chicago. Scheduled speakers* at the two-day event, held at the Westin Chicago River North Hotel, include:

  • Det. Mark Solomon, Connecticut Financial Crimes Task Force, Greenwich Police Department, on law enforcement’s view of cyber crime;
  • Michelle Misko, Trace Security, on choosing the right cybersecurity risk assessment tool;
  • Jim Vilker, CU*Answers, on cybersecurity, anti-money laundering, and identity theft red flags;
  • Bruce Jolly, Reed & Jolly; Rich Schulman, Esp Kruezer Cores, LLC, on cybersecurity, breaches and litigation;
  • Chad Carrington, Golden 1 CU, on six things you can do right now to improve your information security;
  • Mick Kless, Compliance Education Institute, on preparing a vendor exit strategy.

* agenda subject to change

Registration:

Registration: $895 (NASCUS,CUNA members)
Non-NASCUS/CUNA members: $1,095

For more information, contact NASCUS Vice President of Education Isaida Woo, either via email at isaida@nascus.org, or by phone at 703.528.0796.

Course Update Policy

All NASCUS training is developed by subject matter experts. Courses contain the most recent information and are updated regularly as issues evolve. However, the information contained in NASCUS programs and materials does NOT represent legal advice and is in no way is intended to represent a formal determination made by any regulatory agency on any specific matter. Seek legal counsel or formal supervisory determination to guide any course of action.

Contact Information

For more information, please contact NASCUS General Counsel Brian Knight, at 703.528.8689, or brian@nascus.org.

Additional Information

Cancellation Policy
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 offices@nascus.org. In the event that NASCUS cancels the event, all payments will be refunded.