CU Leadership Convention 2019 – Las Vegas, NV
July 30 @ 8:00 am - August 2 @ 5:00 pm
The ALL-NEW 42nd CU Leadership Convention will be bigger and better than ever with more innovative & thought-provoking speakers … more world-class entertainment … and more practical guidance uniquely designed to solve your toughest challenges & inspire you to achieve more.
Top Cyber Threats Every Credit Union Must Guard Against – Thursday August 1st, 2:30-3:00pm
Cybercriminals are taking hacking to the next level by leveraging ever-more-sophisticated toolsets and increasingly mature techniques. But not all threats are created equal. Some can do massive damage to your brand reputation, interrupt your CU’s services, and most importantly – expose your members’ private data. The secret for effective cybersecurity is to know where to prioritize your efforts and direct resources to protect your CU. Madison Iler, LMG Security’s Compliance Director and trainer to FFIEC examiners, shows you how to guard against the top current threats including:
- Business email compromise – a rapidly growing way that cybercriminals intercept your emails and redirect money.
- Banking trojans – software that infects your computers, steals your passwords, and transfers funds.
- Ransomware – attackers’ top choice for cyber extortion.
Madison gives you real-time, practical guidance you can use to protect your CU from the latest threats – and rest easy knowing you are doing everything you can to protect your members from cyber attacks.
Madison Iler is LMG’s Director of Compliance and Advisory Services. She assesses organizations’ compliance with regulatory requirements such as HIPAA, and assesses the strength of their security program and overall security posture using widely-accepted frameworks such as the NIST Cybersecurity Framework. She previously served as a Senior Network Security Engineer for Lockheed Martin in support of the National Science Foundation, Security Engineer for SecureInfo, and Security Compliance Analyst for Raytheon Technical Services. Prior to moving into IT security, Madison worked in IT operations. She has also worked as a management consultant with McKinsey & Company. Madison earned her BA in Economics from the University of Colorado and her MBA from MIT’s Sloan School of Management. She holds her CISSP and HCISPP security certifications.