Recorded: April 7, 2015
Length: 60 Minutes
Most institutions have a plan for robberies, traditional fraud and data breaches, but do you have a plan that addresses when your client is victimized? You're providing multiple means of identification at login and reasonable security through a layered security approach, but how do you ensure the security of a transaction should your customer's computer be compromised with malware? In spite of the high insurance deductibles that financial institution's bear, are you prepared to reimburse your customers and or make the tough business decisions when fraudulent transactions occur? Under Reg-e, you're not responsible for the financial losses experienced by your commercial customers, but what about the collateral damage such as your reputation, lost business or litigation costs?
Even with the most robust controls in place, a security incident may still occur. Learn how to make informed decisions at every turn to guide you along a smooth path to recovery-one that leaves you standing in the best defensible position, reputation intact, where your business continues with limited impact.
Join us for this informative webinar and learn:
- What steps to take when a client is victimized by cybercrime such as Account Takeover, ACH and Wire fraud
- How to contain the incident
- How to avoid making the common mistakes during the information collection process
- How to preserve information required for forensics analysis later
- To make a confident business decision when losses occur
- To develop an Incident Response Program for clients
Equip yourself with best practices and methodologies that you can use to eliminate uncertainty and make educated decisions. Register now.
Presenter: Brian Smith, VP of Advisory Services and ISO
Brian has over 30 years in the technology and data processing industry. During the 30 years of experience Brian has held positions in Information Technology Management and Information Security with over 10 years in information security. Brian has held the position of Chief Information Security Officer. During his career Brian provide technology and security design and implementation of network applications and configurations, intrusion testing, security monitoring, external perimeter defense as well as information and compliance assurance services to InfoSight customers, and holds numerous industry certifications.
1 CPE Credit
Program Level: Basic-Intermediate