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IT Supervisory Themes and Emerging Topics, Session 1S.T.R.E.A.M/Technology Lab Courses - The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago
Type of Participant Targeted
IT Supervisory Themes and Emerging Topics (ITSTET) is a one-week course. The course is suitable both for newer examiners looking for some introduction to various IT topics, and experienced examiners who have encountered these issues and could benefit from further collaboration with other examiners.
This course is designed to highlight emerging topics in information technology in a condensed and discussion–oriented format. Topics include virtualization overview, virtualization work program, cloud computing, cloud computing vendor management, social media risks and controls, mobile banking and risk assessment, "bring your own device (BYOD)," the Federal Reserve's supervisory guidance letter #11-9 concerning authentication in an internet banking environment, and data leak prevention. The class modules are dynamically developed based on evolving IT operational risks and newfound IT exam issues. Therefore, each class may have different focus areas based on latest IT trends.
Upon completion of this course, the participant, at a minimum, will be able to
- Demonstrate a basic understanding of IT technology
- Identify strengths and weaknesses of various technologies
- Perform fundamental system administration and audit operations
- Evaluate and report efficiency of various security controls to protect technology operations
Participants should be provided with opportunities that allow them to identify security capabilities and limitations associated with computer operating systems within a financial institution. They should review security measurements and recommend proper security controls to protect technology operations.
Participants develop a solid understanding of various technologies and identify security strengths and weaknesses in an institution's technology environment. Furthermore, participants evaluate the technology and its security measurement by reviewing, auditing, reporting, and recommending proper security controls.
By module, the following learning objectives will be accomplished:
|Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) and the Internet of Things (IoT).||
|Virtualization Work Program||
|Cloud Computing Vendor Management||
|Social Media Risks and Controls||
|Social Media Hands-on Labs||
|Mobile Banking Risks and Controls||
|Mobile Banking Case Study--Risk Assessment||
|SR 11-9 Authentication in an Internet Banking Environment||
|Bring Your Own Device||
This course is developed and supported by a group of instructors with extensive examination experience and expertise in banking technologies. Instructors come from across the Federal Reserve System as well as other regulatory agencies and industry.