TOPIC: Security

April Webinar: The Three-Legged Stool of Privacy, Data Security and Vendor Management

You are invited to our free April webinar on Wednesday, April 24. If you are not able to make it to the live event, the recording will be available for download afterwards. Register today!
Your financial institution is doing everything it can to protect consumer data, but what about your third-party vendors? With cyber breaches on the rise and a confusing patchwork of state, federal, and international privacy laws to contend with, it’s essential to have a game plan for managing privacy, data security, and vendor management at an enterprise level.

This webinar will dive into best practices and strategies for managing and mitigating the risk of third-party vendors exposing your sensitive data. You’ll learn:

  • How data security/privacy regulations including Regulation P, GDPR, and state laws (including California and New York) impact GLBA-protected data, your institution, and your vendors
  • The biggest third-party security pitfalls
  • Strategies, processes, and safeguards for reducing third-party privacy breach risk
  • Proactive steps employees and departments can take to reduce the risk of a vendor privacy breach
  • Case studies and contingency plans for handling vendor data breaches
It only takes one data incident to damage your financial institution’s reputation. Join us as we delve into the intersection of privacy, data security, and vendor management and highlight ways to help protect and manage vendor data privacy.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to manage your privacy, data security and vendor management!

Register Today!

    April Webinar - The Three-Legged Stool of Privacy, Data Security and Vendor Management

    You are invited to our April webinar about managing your privacy, data security and vendor management. Register for free today! If you are not able to make it to the live event, the recording will be available for download afterwards.
    Your financial institution is doing everything it can to protect consumer data, but what about your third-party vendors? With cyber breaches on the rise and a confusing patchwork of state, federal, and international privacy laws to contend with, it’s essential to have a game plan for managing privacy, data security, and vendor management at an enterprise level.

    This webinar will dive into best practices and strategies for managing and mitigating the risk of third-party vendors exposing your sensitive data. You’ll learn:

    • How data security/privacy regulations including Regulation P, GDPR, and state laws (including California and New York) impact GLBA-protected data, your institution, and your vendors
    • The biggest third-party security pitfalls
    • Strategies, processes, and safeguards for reducing third-party privacy breach risk
    • Proactive steps employees and departments can take to reduce the risk of a vendor privacy breach
    • Case studies and contingency plans for handling vendor data breaches
    It only takes one data incident to damage your financial institution’s reputation. Join us as we delve into the intersection of privacy, data security, and vendor management and highlight ways to help protect and manage vendor data privacy.

    Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to manage your privacy, data security and vendor management!

    Register Today!

      Safety Compliance Certification Statement

      Person at a bank ($170MUSA)

      Hello all,

      I recently took over as Security Officer for my FI, a National Bank. My predecessor had mentioned to me that in odd years, we had to send the Safety Compliance Certification Statement to our Deputy Comptroller. I have not been able to find any information regarding this, and I am wanting some direction. In the past it has simply stated that we believe we comply with 12 CFR 21.3 & .4 . If anyone has any information on this, I would be very happy to have it.

      Thanks!

        Felony Lane Gang

        VP at a bank ($476MUSA)

        It appears that the Felony Lane Gang has popped up again in our area. I am looking for a PowerPoint presentation on The Felony Lane Gang as a training for our tellers. I had one at one time but can not seem to find it. Any help would be much appreciated.

          Physical Security Team Charter

          VP at a credit_union ($1.2BUSA)

          We have a physical security team comprised of staff from several different areas. We meet at least quarterly or as needed to review security items, recommend security updates, etc. I have been asked to create a charter for the team. Does anyone have a charter that mentions security that they would be willing to share?

          Thank you in advance.

            CBANC Premium - Workspace Tips

            Manager at a Company (USA)

            Here is a quick tutorial on how to add users to your CBANC Premium Workspace application. Workspace is a central source of truth for your policies, procedures, and other important documents. It also includes 25 policy & procedure checklists, updated by experts as regulations change, to help your team hit the ground running. Workspace is great for collaborating with your board of directors, impressing your examiners, and streamlining policy and procedure management. Works great on iPads without the need to download additional software and has bank-level security built in.

              Key holder letter

              VP at a bank ($207MUSA)

              I am looking for a sample letter to give local law enforcement agencies on key holders of the bank. If anyone has anything they would be willing to share.

                Bank Security Policy (Bank premises)

                SVP at a bank ($265MUSA)

                Does anyone have a bank security policy in regards to bank premises they would be willing to share? I just want to know how in depth to get with ours. Our current one includes and describes: the bank security officer and duties, alarms, opening and closing procedures, care of excess currency, negotiable instruments, bait money, etc.

                  The Perps Behind Cyber Crime May Not Always Be Who You Think

                  Happy Friday, Bankers! Today we are discussing cyber crime. This post originally appeared on the Ncontracts blog.

                  The Perps Behind Cyber Crime May Not Always Be Who You Think

                  Have you heard of social engineers? You may imagine them as professionals who bring people into fellowship for the greater good, but that's not even close...

                  READ THE FULL ARTICLE: Download the attached PDF

                    Have a Service Level Agreement (SLA) for Every Vendor

                    Good morning, Bankers! Today we are discussing the importance of Service Level Agreements (SLAs). This post originally appeared on the Ncontracts blog.

                    Have a Service Level Agreement (SLA) for Every Vendor

                    In the world of vendor management, there are very few things that can hurt your financial institution more than declining vendor financial performance. When this happens, be on the lookout for unforeseen drawbacks...

                    READ THE FULL ARTICLE: Download the attached PDF

                      5 Tips for Better Contract Management

                      Good afternoon, Bankers! Today we are discussing improving contract management. This post originally appeared on the Ncontracts blog.

                      5 Tips for Better Contract Management

                      Contracts can be the bane of your business since they contain a lot more moving parts than meets the eye. This means it's even easier to take major missteps on the path to effective and efficient contract management. But, these 5 tips can help...

                      READ THE FULL ARTICLE: Download the attached PDF

                        When Your Vendor Says 'Your Data Was Breached - Six Months Ago.'

                        Good morning, Bankers! Today we are discussing how to respond to a nightmare situation: a data breach your vendor failed to report in a timely fashion. This post originally appeared on the Ncontracts blog.

                        When Your Vendor Says 'Your Data Was Breached - Six Months Ago.'

                        What's worse than a vendor that suffers a data breach that exposes your sensitive customer information? The answer: A vendor that waits almost six months to tell you about it...

                        READ THE FULL ARTICLE: Download the attached PDF