“10 Things That Make A Hacker’s Life Easy” presented by David Anderson, CliftonLarsonAllen, 9 to 10 a.m. Hackers and organized crime have created a very profitable alliance at the expense of banks and their customers. This session will describe the latest techniques hackers use to breach networks. Live, real time demonstrations will give you new insight into how to defend against each threat.
Anderson performs and provides project management for network penetration testing, internal vulnerability assessments, and social engineering engagements. He is certified as an Offensive Security Certified Professional.
“The Internet of Things,” Manish Nathwani, SHAZAM, 11 a.m. to noon You'll learn how the increased interconnectivity of devices will change the ways consumers approach their day, and the potential for it to change the ways they interact with community banks. It is estimated that by 2021, nearly one in three American will be using a wearable device. Banks need to be ready to support a variety of mobile payments.
Nathwani has over 25 years of experience in the electronic payments industry, including POS, ATM, acquirer, and issuer processing.
“Audit Tools That Won’t Break the Bank,” Mark Scholl, Wipfli, 1 to 2 p.m. easy to use audit tools will be described and demonstrated. These tools can help you monitor your information systems to inventory devices in your network, analyze network user account information, verify the installation of critical security updates, and report security configuration settings.
Scholl has nearly 30 years of technology experience. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional, Certified Ethnical Hacker, and a Certified Information Systems Auditor.
“Gadgets & Gizmos: Connected Devices Hijacking Your Network," Ryan Dutton, SDN Communications, 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Consumer electronics have changed your customers' expectations of how your bank interfaces with them. You'll see demonstrations of "cool" consumer electronic devices like Wi-Fi cameras to speakers with artificial intelligence, how customers use them, and how they could potentially be used to attack your network.
Dutton has 20 years of experience in the telecom industry, specializing in technology from emerging consumer electronics to the explosion of data consumption.