2023 CUNA Cybersecurity Conference with NASCUS

Event Detail
  • Date
  • 06/06/2023 – 06/08/2023
  • Location
  • New Orleans, LA
  • Speaking, Exhibiting

Stand up to credit union cyber threats.

Learn about emerging cybersecurity trends, threats, and hot topics through technical and operational cybersecurity training at the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) Cybersecurity Conference with NASCUS.

Attendees can choose breakout sessions based on their educational interests and credit union needs. Each track focuses on key pillars of cybersecurity: people, processes, and technology.

  • Explore a variety of popular and important cybersecurity topics
  • Learn the latest strategies and tactics on how to keep your data safe
  • Gain access to technical and operational cybersecurity training

Be sure to join the presentations from CLA’s Randy Romes and John Moeller:

PCI Readiness, Risk Management, and Compliance for Credit Unions

Monday, June 5 | 1:30 – 2:50 p.m.

The PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) has been in place for over 15 years. In that time the standard has seen three major revisions, including the release of version 4 in 2022. Credit unions find themselves in the position of functioning in multiple roles: card issuers, merchants, and in some instances service providers.

This session will describe the latest updates to the compliance standard, address common misconceptions and challenges in adhering to the standard, and provide attendees with clear strategies for how credit unions can address credit card security risk and compliance.

Lessons Learned the Hard Way — Case Studies in Spear Phishing and Ransomware Attacks

Tuesday, June 6 | 9:15 – 10:15 a.m.

The last two years have provided significant learning opportunities in cyber incident response, disaster recovery, and business continuity. This session will analyze case studies of cybersecurity breaches and business continuity situations from the last 18 months that had significant impact on businesses.

Explore lessons learned as a result of supply chain software vulnerabilities and review examples of substantial ransomware attacks. We’ll discuss strategies to mitigate risks related to these types of situations and review elements and structure of incident response plans.

For more information:
Geraldine Matias
Events Associate

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