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How Financial Institutions Can Build a Winning Cybersecurity Program

March 1, 2018 | 11:00AM-12:00PM EST (1hr) 

Presenter: Cliff Neve, Chief Operating Officer, MAD Security
As cybersecurity continues its reign as a major focus for federal and state financial industry regulators, the challenge to remain compliant while managing an evolving threat landscape continues for financial institutions. This webinar will discuss how financial institutions can build and maintain a successful cybersecurity governance, risk, and compliance program, as well as what to consider in a managed security services provider.
Identify critical steps, including establishing a senior staff position for cybersecurity risk management, conducting a business and mission impact analysis, adopting a risk management framework and program, selecting a portfolio of technologies and processes to secure information and information systems, and finally, maintaining continuous diagnostics and mitigation.

What you’ll learn:

  • How to build a roadmap to deploying a strong cybersecurity program
  • How to determine data classification for an organization and how to use segmentation to reduce risk
  • Risk management fundamentals and how to use frameworks, profiles, and auditing to manage and assess risks

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About Cliff Neve

Cliff Neve oversees development and delivery of services to MAD Security’s diverse customer base, drawing on his 20 years of experience in information technology leadership and engineering. Cliff is a retired Coast Guard commander and has served as chief of staff at Coast Guard Cyber Command, deputy chief information officer and chief enterprise architect for the White House Communications Agency. He has also served as assistant program manager for C4ISR elements of the $24 billion-dollar Coast Guard recapitalization project. Cliff is a CISSP and holds masters of science degrees in information leadership and electrical engineering.