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Michigan Credit Union League

Cybersecurity Day Kicks off 2016 Compliance Conference

The agenda has been announced and registration is now open for the MCUL & Affiliates 2016 Compliance Conference, being held Feb. 11 & 12 at the Radisson Plaza Hotel in Kalamazoo.

The two-day event will open with an entire day focused on Cybersecurity, including "Cybersecurity: There is No Gambling with Member Data!" being facilitated by Tom Schauer, a security assessment consultant. Schauer will discuss the use of breach simulation as an effective means to predict the impact of a breach, and will provide practical advice regarding the top ten activities that credit unions must focus on to reduce cybersecurity risks.

Other sessions the first day of the conference include:

  • "Cybersecurity Exam: Examiners Perspective"
  • "Building Effective Internal Cyber Policies and Procedures"
  • "FFIEC Cybersecurity Self-Assessment: Critical Tool or Another Pointless Risk Assessment?"
  • "Third Party Technology Contracts: Understand the Risk."

Day two highlights include:

  • "Compliance Helpline Top 10 Issues"
  • "ComplySight Lunch & Learn"
  • "Obtaining Credit Reports Properly: Understanding Permissible Purposes Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act"
  • "Innovation in Consumer Payments: Staying Relevant and Compliant All at the Same Time"
  • "Compliance Panel."

Registration for the full conference is $310 per person by Jan. 18; $360 after that date. A one-day registration option is available for $169 per person by Jan. 18 and $199 after that date. The Compliance Conference follows the Lending and Marketing Conference being held at the same destination on Feb. 9 & 10.


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2015-11-23 00:00:00