Inaugural Credit Union Cyber Security Symposium to Begin in Two Weeks

October 30, 2014 NASCUS, in partnership with CUNA, will hold the inaugural Credit Union Cyber Security Symposium in two weeks.

The symposium will be held Nov. 13-14, 2014, in Arlington, Va. Those working in the financial industry, including credit union managers, compliance officers, information officers and examiners, are invited to attend.

A wide range of mission-critical cyber security issues will be covered during the event. Attendees will talk with policymakers and intelligence experts in Washington who have been assessing growing cyber threats in the financial system. Other presentations by cyber experts will focus on using the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) framework for risk assessments, exploring the crossroads of cyber and disaster recovery, surveying the critical legal issues related to suffering a breach, and discussing the mitigation of reputational challenge. State and federal regulators will discuss supervisory expectations and the evolving cyber examination programs.

NASCUS is pleased to partner with CUNA and TrustCC for this event. Registration is just $475 for NASCUS and CUNA members/affiliates, TrustCC clients, government and Corporate Central CU members. The price for non-members is $575 per person. For more information, contact Brian Knight at To register, click here.


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