2020 Regulatory IT and Cybersecurity Hot Spots
This webinar will focus on discussing IT and cybersecurity topics that the regulators might focus on in their upcoming examination this year. Explore specific risks and key controls to assess based on recent FFIEC publications, as well as data Audit One has collected from their 2019 IT audits and 2018 regulatory examinations. This session will address common findings (both audit and exam) and what corrective action regulators are comfortable with for those findings.
Who Should Attend: Regulatory Officers, Compliance Officers, IT Professionals, Administrative Officers
- Based on the recent regulatory joint statement on heighted cybersecurity risk (January 16, 2020), explore cybersecurity controls that regulators might emphasize during their 2020 IT regulatory examinations
- Discover the recent updates made to the to FFIEC’s business continuity management examination procedures to understand the regulatory expectations in this area through a real-life disaster where a public power utility company has shut off power for a prolonged period of time to two dozen counties in Northern California
- Explore the most frequent 2019 IT audit and 2018 regulatory findings
Kevin Tsuei, CISSP, CISA, CEH
Technology Practice Director/Information Security Officer
Kevin Tsuei is the technology practice co-Director at AuditOne, LLC (AuditOneLLC.com), a leading independent provider of risk management services for financial institutions. Kevin has 19 years of IT and information security experience in various industry contexts, including seven years of auditing experience in banking, which includes IT, information security, electronic funds transfer, penetration testing, and red flags/identity theft. He is a graduate of UC Irvine and is currently finishing his advanced degree at Harvard Extension School. He holds industry certifications including CISSP, CISA, and CEH.
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Participants will earn 1.0 CPE credit
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
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