InfraGardNCR, the American Bar Association, and the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center (FS-ISAC) have partnered to bring you this webinar.
Financial institutions spend time and money to strengthen their internal cyber defenses, but there are limitations when dealing with third party suppliers and providers of services. Recent high-profile incidents have highlighted the potential risks and threats posed by the compromise of a third party. FS-ISAC’s financial services members regularly deal with these considerations and will review how the sector responded (and learned) from these third party incidents.
The webinar will provide awareness of how your footprint can be affected by other companies’ incidents, recommendations on how to adjust your defensive posture, and ideas on how to work with your peers who are affected by the same third party compromise.
After the webinar, attendees should know more about how communities of trust can provide perspective on major incidents, best practices to help mitigate against impact, and lean on each other for support.
Denyette DePierro, Vice President & Senior Counsel, ABA
As regulatory counsel in ABA’s Office of Operational Risk and Cybersecurity, I focus on the question “How will banking and technology evolve in a changing digital infrastructure?”
Steven Silberstein, CEO, FS-ISAC
Teresa Walsh, Global Head of Intelligence
Experienced Intelligence Officer with a demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry. Skilled in Strategic Development, People Management, Intelligence Analysis, Analytical Skills, Government, Intelligence, and Operational Intelligence. Strong military and protective services professional graduated from University of Missouri. https://www.linkedin.com/in/teresa-w-9b068130/
Who Should Attend:
Open to anyone. Particularly aimed toward professionals who are responsible for 3rd party and supply chain risk in their companies/organizations, especially those in the financial services sector.