WASHINGTON – The fourth consecutive Cybersecurity Symposium will be held by CUNA and the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors June 5-6 in San Diego.
“At a time when cybercriminals have never had more tools at their disposal, events like this have never been more essential,” said Tracy Blaske, CUNA director of compliance education. “Attendees of this symposium learn how to proactively confront today’s cyber threats and get a better sense of overarching trends in credit union cybersecurity."
The annual symposium provides a forum for credit union professionals to explore the current cybersecurity landscape, learn about emerging threats and discover best practices for protecting their credit unions.
Symposium sessions will be led by cybersecurity experts and thought leaders, with Jim Stickley, CEO of Stickley on Security, delivering the keynote address.
Topics to be addressed include:
- International trends;
- Litigation and enforcement;
- Risk ratings;
- NCUA and Treasury Department perspectives;
- Vulnerabilities of the cloud.
The NJCUL partnered with the N.J. Bankers Association and N.J. State Chamber of Commerce to host a cybersecurity symposium last April.
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