Is your bank or credit union protected against Cyber attacks? Never before have we been under greater threat from the dangers that lurk online. Viruses, malware, phishing, hacking, identity theft, ransomware. Those are just a handful of things that should be of great concern to any business, but especially to a financial institution. Are you at risk of being a target for cyber criminals?
Honey talks to Chad Knutson from SBS CyberSecurity about what you should do to protect yourself, your bank, and your customers from malicious activity online. Chad and Honey also discuss trends on how criminals will try to breach your systems in the future.
About our Guest
Chad Knutson is a co-founder and Senior Information Security Consultant for SBS CyberSecurity, a premier cyber security consulting and audit firm dedicated to making a positive impact on the banking and financial services industry, and has served as President of the Sbs Institute since 2013. Chad maintains his CISSP, CISA, and CRISC certifications, and received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems and his Master of Science in Information Assurance from Dakota State University.
Chad is dedicated to educating industry professionals about cybersecurity. While consulting with financial institutions, he saw the need to empower employees to be better prepared to confidently handle cybersecurity threats, create and manage strong information security programs, and understand ever-changing regulations at their institution. He was a driving force in the development of the SBS Institute certification program, which is uniquely designed to serve the banking industry by providing banking specific, role-based certifications cyber education. The SBS Institute has grown to include over ten certifications and State Association partners in over 30 states.
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