1. Bank Breaches: What We Have Learned

Bank Breaches: What We Have Learned

Law professor Steve Black will examine past breaches of financial organizations. He will reveal what led to data compromise, who may have been at fault, and how the institutions could have prevented the breaches. You will learn how to apply these insights to avoid similar incidents at your institution.
Event ID: 2167659
Recording: Unable to attend? A recording will be available after the presentation.
Date: Recorded on 2/21/2020
Duration: Scheduled for 75 minutes including question and answer period.
Presenter: Stephen Black, Professor
Credits: Live webinar approved for 1.25 NASBA credit hours (Management Services)

Bank Breaches: What We Have Learned

Financial services organizations face a unique challenge when developing a cybersecurity strategy. Banks and credit unions possess a large volume of high-value data, making them a valuable target for cybercriminals and putting them under constant attack.

You can learn from the breaches that other institutions have endured. The insight from cyberattacks at other banks will enable you to implement strategies to prevent incidents and reputation-damaging headlines.

  • What kinds of breaches have happened to other financial organizations?
  • Where did the attacks originate?
  • Were insiders involved?
  • How did institutions discover the breaches?
  • What could these banks have done to prevent the breaches?

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