The FDIC will host a free symposium in partnership with the Critical Infrastructure Protection Project of George Mason University School of Law's National Center for Technology and Law.
Protecting a financial institution from cyber threats is not just a technical problem - it is a risk management problem. Speakers from industry, government, and trade associations will discuss the steps that senior managers can take to implement an effective risk management program for cyber security.
This one-day symposium will address senior management's role in cyber security and will include such topics as:
The National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace
Emerging cyber laws
Incident response measures (crime reporting and investigation methods)
The role of cyber insurance
June 13, 2003
FDIC's L. William Seidman Center
3501 N. Fairfax Drive
Arlington, Virginia 22226.
This event is open to officers and directors of all FDIC insured institutions and other regulated entities. To register for the event, please print out and complete the registration form and fax it to (202) 898-6702. Registrations will be honored on a first come, first served basis. Please be sure to R.S.V.P. by June 9th. If demand exceeds capacity, we may hold a second session. Lunch will be provided.