Over more than four days of instruction, this forum will provide attendees with an in-depth look at information technology (IT) issues for credit unions.
The school will focus on the following topics:
•Threats and Regulations: A look at the current "threatscape," hackers and an intro to Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) and Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) guidelines
•Basic Technical Skills: Discussion of networks and network diagrams, anti-malware, vulnerability and patch management
•Other IT Compliance Areas: Vendor management, business continuity planning and disaster recovery and emerging tech including social networking, virtualization and cloud
Tom Schauer, CEO of TrustCC, will be the speaker for this presentation. His experience includes decades of information technology experience and several years as a contract information technology examiner for a state credit union agency.
The early bird rate is $699 before October 5. This school is open to both credit union and examiners.