CUNA Technology Council Security Summit

4th Annual CUNA Technology Council Security Summit

September 30-October 1, 2017 in Phoenix, AZ.


REGISTRATION: The Security Summit registration rate is $195.00.
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Agenda

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Day One

Saturday, September 30, 2017

Frank Lloyd Wright Ballroom / Salon AB

1:00 pm Introduction of Team and Agenda Review

Ron Dinwiddie, CIO, Texas Trust CU
Thomas Lea, VP- IT Infrastructure & Security, Royal CU
Bill Podborny, Chief IS Officer, Alliant CU
Mark Reed, VP IT Infrastructure, American Airlines CU
Pete Sedgwick, Consultant Cloud, Security and Infrastructure, Best Innovation Group
1:15 pm Discovery/Disclosure of Deficiencies

Tom Kulik, Partner, Scheef & Stone, LLP and Brent Smith, SVP/Chief Risk Officer, Catalyst Corporate FCU

You’ve done your network and system scans and PEN tests which have identified some vulnerabilities that you need to address. What are the legal requirements to disclosing the findings and are there ramifications to your credit union if you are breached before you can mitigate them?
2:30 pm Networking Break
2:45 pm Secure Adoption of the Cloud

Moderated by: Bill Podborny, Chief IS Officer, Alliant CU and
Pete Sedgwick, Consultant Cloud, Security and Infrastructure, Best Innovation Group

Whether the business or IT is driving your cloud adoption, it appears to be inevitable. Cloud is just an extension of your own environment and the same due diligence we have for internal systems must be extended to our partners. This interactive session will discuss cloud security best practices and work collectively on mapping out a control framework.

3:45 pm Cloud Exercise

Moderated by: Bill Podborny, Chief IS Officer, Alliant CU and
Pete Sedgwick, Consultant Cloud, Security and Infrastructure, Best Innovation Group

Exercise - working through secure adoption of the cloud.

4:45 pm Wrap-up of Day 1

 

Day Two

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Frank Lloyd Wright Ballroom / Salon AB

8:00 am Breakfast
Frank Lloyd Wright Ballroom/Salon CD
8:30 am Information Security Governance

Moderated by: Ron Dinwiddie, CIO, Texas Trust CU

Information Security is more than just a series of technical controls. It involves People, Process, and Technology. This panel will discuss how security is defined across the organization. Who owns information security risk, who defines risk appetite, how is the board involved, what other departments are involved.
9:30 am Data Governance and Ownership

Moderated by: Thomas Lea, VP- IT Infrastructure & Security, Royal CU

This session explores data management within your organization, including who owns data, who approves access and distribution, and how it is governed. Discuss and learn from your peers during this interactive roundtable session.
10:45 am Networking Break
11:00 am Endpoint Security

Moderated by: Mark Reed, VP IT Infrastructure, American Airlines CU

Credit Unions continue to struggle with targeted attacks and many do not have the necessary controls to secure the endpoint. In this roundtable discussion and exercise we will develop a layered approach and apply controls in a simulation with the goal of eliminating complexity while securing the endpoint.
Noon Lunch
Frank Lloyd Wright Ballroom/Salon CD
1:00 pm Information Security Personnel

Moderated by: Charlie Melidosian, Manager Information Security, Aliant CU

Recruiting in today’s Information Security job market can be challenging. In this session, you’ll hear from seasoned experts on what’s important to attracting security talent, providing them an environment to succeed and retain them without breaking your budget. We’ll also discuss the pros and cons of hiring the introvert/individual contributor vs. the team player/collaborator for your long-term security strategy.
2:00 pm Agility vs Security

Moderated by: Pete Sedgwick, Consultant Cloud, Security and Infrastructure, Best Innovation Group

In today's competitive environment there is an increased focus on being more agile, more innovative, fail quick and often, rapidly move ideas from conception to reality. In this fireside chat, we will discuss the pressures this puts on the security team and ways security professionals can help balance the need for innovation and Security.
3:00 pm Wrap Up Discussion and Evaluation
3:15 pm CUNA Technology & OME Council Conference begins