Kansas Bankers Association

2018 Cybersecurity Trends, Strategies and IT Examination Hot Topics





June 5 - Hays, Rose Garden Banquet Hall, 230 E. 8th St. Register Myself
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June 6 - Lawrence, The Oread, 1200 Oread Ave. Register Myself
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FFIEC and other interagency guidance relating to cybersecurity awareness is the focus for upcoming IT examinations. The guidance is the response to the growing threat vector for cybercrime. We have evolved from worms, viruses, spyware, and botnets to more targeted cyber espionage involving advanced persistent threats, dynamic Trojans and stealth botnets. Attacks have become blended, involving combinations of physical, technical and social engineering techniques. Know what your financial institution should be doing to mitigate cyber threats and meet regulatory expectations. 

Designed For:
Senior management, information security officers, information system administrators, operations managers and IT auditors.
Recommended 6.5 hours CPE Credit.


Mark Scholl, Partner and Illinois Market Leader, Wipfli
Mark Scholl specializes in all aspects of technology services for the firm and has 30+ years of experience. Mark provides consulting services such as perimeter intrusion testing, information security vulnerability assessments, disaster recovery planning, network design and support, IT training, and many other technology services. Mark has been a popular presenter at other KBA events.

Registration Fees

KBA Members: $225            
Non-member: $390

Add $25 if registering after May 25, 2018