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Does your institution still have outdated processes in place?

Jun 29, 2022 12:30:00 PM / by Finosec posted in Cybersecurity, Innovation, board training, Exam Readiness, preparedness, Security, information security, Information Security Officer

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In a video released to FINOSEC Academy, Co-Founder and CEO, Zach Duke, poses some questions around the processes you currently have in place at your institution. Regardless of which department you think of first, it is likely that some outdated processes are still in place, and your information security and cyber security teams are no exception.

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How to better manage your financial institution’s information security systems

Jun 16, 2022 2:15:00 PM / by Finosec posted in Cybersecurity, Innovation, Banking, system map, board, board training, information security, System Inventory

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System Inventory Video

It’s vital for you to fully understand the information security management systems you have in place

But it’s a nuisance to keep track of them all. First, you need to know the status of every component, especially for the systems you outsourced. Then, you must also understand the different kinds of information the systems store, how it’s stored, how data is transmitted, and what kinds of information is transmitted.

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What key processes in IT Controls does your institution have in place?

Jun 2, 2022 2:00:00 PM / by Finosec posted in Cybersecurity, Banking, board, board training, Risk Assessment, IT Controls, information security, IT, Processess

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Managing Risk

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Why Does Independence In Your Information Security Officer Matter?

May 19, 2022 10:45:00 AM / by Finosec posted in Cybersecurity, Innovation, Banking, board training, information security, independence, Information Security Officer

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ISO Independence

A vital component of your information security program is an information security officer that is independent and adhering to appropriate segregation of duties as outlined by regulatory expectations. 

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