Kansas Bankers Association

2020 Bank Technology Discussion Forum - Limited to 30 registrants, two per bank.

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Program Content

The Forum is designed as an  exchange of information regarding current topics in technology and  operations. Participants should come prepared to discuss issues of concern to them, and to learn about new trends and opportunities around information technology in banking. As with any peer meeting, there will be great value in meeting new colleagues with which to share ideas, and maintain relationships for discussing issues that arise throughout the year.    
Pandemic planning
Remote workforce challenges
Leveraging customer data
Incorporating/cooperating with FinTech
P2P payments
Unexpected audit experiences
Leveraging compliance software
New Customer-driven services
Datacenter/cloud operations
DR lessons learned
Building a policy set
And much more...
Recommended for 7.0 hours CPE Credit.


Shawn Wilson has been an IT professional for over 22 years, working in the internet services, investments, and banking industries building and securing networks and managing IT staff. Shawn gained a broad perspective by working for both multi-billion-dollar banks and hundred million-dollar
community banks, as well as consulting for companies of all sizes.


We will allow for social distancing as required by current guidelines.


Registration Fees

KBA Members: $250
Non-members: $450
Add $25 if registering after September 4, 2020