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In last several years we have seen new regulations and guidance, all with a common thread addressing information security. Data security remains a hot topic, whether it relates to creating, storing, accessing, processing, or transmitting information. The drivers for increasing data security requirements are many and varied, ranging from emerging technology to plain old theft for financial gain. As technology evolves, risk and threats evolve, bringing changes in regulations to keep up with the technology. Both evolving technology and adapting regulations require changing or developing new processes, policies, controls, and training. The current economic climate will also produce increasing risks which no doubt will bring even more regulation.
This presentation will focus on regulation past and present as well as the most common IT audit and examination deficiencies of the last several years. We will also look at some of the threats to information assets present and future, what the experts are saying about IT, and what the regulators' concerns are for 2009 and beyond.
Senior management, audit, risk managers, compliance, IT and operations.
About the Speaker:
Susan Orr is president of Susan Orr Consulting, an IT regulatory compliance consulting and audit firm for the financial services industry. Susan is a former FDIC bank examiner, with over 18 years of examination, auditing, and risk management experience and holds the Certified Information Systems Auditor, Certified Information Security Manager, and a Certified Risk Professional designations. In addition to performing IT audit and consulting, she is a frequent speaker at financial institution conferences and has presented hundreds of seminars and webinars across the U.S.
This program was recorded in its entirety in June 2009. The CD-ROM includes program slides, materials (if available) and follow-up Q & A document.
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 24 March, 2009.