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Michigan Credit Union League

Hot Topics Draw Volunteers to Fall Conference

Over 200 Michigan credit union volunteers and CEOs are already registered to attend the MCUL & Affiliates Fall Leadership Development Conference, taking place Sept. 16-18 at the Grand Traverse Resort and Spa.

A trio of "Hot Topics" on the agenda is proving highly popular with registrants.

Doug Roossien from CMG will deliver a session on "The DNA of Cybersecurity Risk" that will look at data breaches being a top risk for organizations across all industry sectors and will identify what should be in a credit union's incident plan to ensure the right policies and procedures are in place to protect members’ data.

Attorney Chuck Holzman, along with John Kolhoff from the DIFS Office of Credit Unions, will be on hand to explore "Internal Fraud" and recent credit union headlines. They will explain the duties, responsibilities and liability of board members, and their obligations for internal controls, as well as what directors should be considering. A 41-page white paper on mitigating the risk of internal fraud will be shared.

Also slated on the agenda is a CUNA Volunteer Achievement Program session on "Introduction to Cybersecurity (V502M)." Delivered by Triston Kirt from TBA Credit Union, this session will help attendees better understand the roles and legal responsibilities of the board, supervisory committee and management in dealing with technology risks and implementing security measures.

Rooms at the Grand Traverse Resort and Spa are limited and attendees are encouraged to put their name on the hotel wait list or check the event website for alternative accommodations. Those interested in traveling with their canines may also learn more about boarding their pet at the Dog Dreams Inn, located on the property of the Grand Traverse Resort.

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2016-08-08 00:00:00