February 13, 2013
New Jersey Bankers Association
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Board Reporting, Passwords, and Safeguarding Against Social Engineering at Bank Security Workshop

National Security Update and Robbery Prevention
Robbery prevention has changed over the last five years!  New standards have emerged from cameras to how people respond before, during and after a robbery.  The FBI has introduced a new program in Texas known as “Bandit Shield!”  This session will provide a new review from gun control to how the back office should be prepared and respond during a robbery event.

Board Reporting: The Security Perspective
Banking regulations specify that the security officer must report to the board annually. The regulations require that a report be made addressing the implementation, administration and effectiveness of the security program. What exactly the security officer should report to the board is not clearly identified in the regulations. This interactive session will review best practices relating to training, inspections and foreseeable events that should be reported to your board.

Passwords: Safeguarding Against Social Engineering
“Hack Them, Steal Them, Crack Them” Passwords are the main form of protection for many applications inside your bank.  Even with multiple levels of protection the password is still an integral key to gaining control of your computer system. This eye-opening program shows the steps a hacker, social engineer, family member or friend uses to obtain your passwords.  You will learn about websites that can be used to develop the information necessary to crack your password. We will show you places people have used to hide their passwords that are commonly known by criminals.  After showing you how easily passwords can be compromised we offer ways to toughen your own password. The mobile world is not forgotten either!  You will learn about problems affecting mobile phones, iPhones, iPads and Androids.   This dynamic program ends discussing future remedies being worked on now to help solve the problems with passwords.

Who Should Attend: Marketing directors, branch managers, head tellers, platform personnel, call center employees, human resources professionals, auditors, operations and security personnel or anyone who needs additional security training.

Sponsorship Information:  Please contact Jenn Zorn, VP/Director of Education and Business Development at jzorn@njbankers.com or 908-272-8500, ext. 611.

Event Sponsors $500 each

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