Be Ready for the Regulators, Show Your Commitment to Cybersecurity and Data Protection
Credit unions and other financial services organizations must comply with multiple new laws requiring boards and/or other senior executives to certify that the organization has an adequate cybersecurity program. How can this be done with transparency when many board members and executives have no clue about cybersecurity? New York was the first state to require certification from the Board and several other states (and countries) have followed suit.
Board members and executives have a responsibility to understand cybersecurity and know what questions to ask, know what risks the company faces, be able to read a risk assessment is and be familiar with the laws surrounding cybersecurity and data protection.
Regulators and agencies can assess penalties and they have already begun with pursuing actions against deficient and negligent organizations.
Don’t let your organization be caught in the headlines. Take steps to ensure that your executives and board members get the education they need and that they will stay informed.
Learn specific credit union cyber regulatory requirements
Know what questions should be asked of the technology team (and what answers to listen for)
Understand and use your credit union’s cybersecurity maturity assessment
Learn how to turn excellent cybersecurity into a business opportunity
WHO NEEDS THE TRAINING
THE BUCK STOPS WITH THE BOARD AND THE BOARD
LOOKS TO EXECUTIVES FOR ANSWERS. BE READY.
IS THIS COURSE FOR YOU?
EACH ATTENDEE RECEIVES A CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION
“CYBERSECURITY TRAINING FOR CREDIT UNION
EXECUTIVES AND BOARD MEMBERS”
CYBERSECURITY FOR CREDIT UNION EXECUTIVES AND BOARD MEMBERS
90 minutes total, 21 short segments.
Module 2: Instructor led, live, virtual webinar.
2 hours total, interactive, Q & A with expert instructor
FIRST SESSION JUNE 26, 2020
NEXT SESSION JULY 31, 2020