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2012 IT Security & Risk Management Conference

By Dan Hadaway | Wednesday, August 8, 2012 - Leave a Comment

Note: As we are a Preferred Service Provider for the Indiana Bankers Association and because Dan Hadaway is the facilitator for this conference, we want to make sure that we assist the IBA in getting the word out about this conference!


We are especially excited about the agenda for the annual Indiana Bankers Association / Community Bankers Association of Ohio conference centered upon technology risk.  Unlike previous years, this year we formed a committee and then found talks that those on the committee felt would resonate well with the intended audience.

And oh, we’ve expanded that a bit!  This year, we’ve slightly changed the name of the conference to reflect that the ideas, horror stories, success stories, knowledge, networking, and materials you collect by attending this conference is about technology risk management in general as much as it is about information technology and information security.

Please join us as we explore the wiles of hackers & the schemes they use to attempt to defraud your bank & customers. Security experts will heighten your awareness of recent trends seen in the industry, as well as protective measures for information security. Industry experts will provide you with the tips and tools that will help you counteract security risks. Don’t miss the opportunity to network with other community bank IT officers while learning from industry experts.

Register today! Space is limited!

To register, please use this brochure!

 


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