Information Technology Conference

Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC)

Type of Participant Targeted
The Information Technology (IT) Conference is directed at IT examiners and safety-and-soundness examiners with IT examination responsibility as identified by each agency.

Course Overview
The Information Technology (IT) Conference is designed to update financial institution examiners on current and prospective developments in the area of IT, systems controls, and security. Speakers for this program are nationally recognized industry leaders and, occasionally, senior staff members from regulatory agencies.

Course Objectives
At the completion of the course, a participant should be able to

  • identify the risks, advantages, and disadvantages of emerging technologies;
  • assess the risks inherent in leading-edge financial institution and data processor hardware and software, including security issues; and
  • evaluate effective risk management of current trends in IT operations, data security, and cybersecurity in a financial institution.

The Information Technology Conference length may vary, but is likely to be three days. The event may be followed by separate regulatory agency breakouts organized by the respective agency. The normal conference day is eight hours of lecture and discussions.

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Last Update: March 07, 2019