Data Security for Financial Institutions: What the Regulators Expect (Jan 11, 2-3pm EST)

January 3, 2017

In an increasingly digital world, federal and state regulators are focusing more on data security for financial institutions.

Media headlines today often discuss the latest cyber intrusion and the possible effects on consumers throughout the country. Consumers affected by major data security intrusions at companies have sought to bring class actions against the companies whose data security was breached.

Such increased scrutiny underscores the importance for all financial services companies, including smaller companies, to have appropriate data security measures in place, including plans on how to respond to potential events.

Join us for this educational session by a team of legal experts on what the regulators expect from financial institutions, large and small.

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 The presentation will cover:

  • The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council's recently issued guidance on data security
  • The New York Department of Financial Services' new regulations on data security
  • CFPB (Consumer Financial Protection Bureau), FTC (Federal Trade Commission), and prudential regulators' guidance on data security
  • Recent government enforcement actions regarding data security
  • Recent class action developments regarding data security issues
  • Best practices from a variety of governmental and non-governmental sources
  • Practical advice for smaller financial services companies

Who should attend:

  • CEOs
  • General Counsel
  • Chief Risk Officers
  • Risk Directors/Managers
  • Chief Compliance Officers
  • Compliance Directors/Managers
  • Chief Information Security Officers

Presented by Troy Garris, Michael Kieval, and Jason McElroy, partners at Weiner Brodsky Kider PC.

Come prepared to learn and ask questions during our live Q&A session.

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