How Banks Can Improve Productivity, Minimize Cybersecurity Risk and Ensure Regulatory Compliance
MARCH 23, 2016 — 2 p.m. Eastern 1 p.m. Central 11 a.m. Pacific
Today, financial institutions face ever-changing, complex and costly regulations. Adding to these challenges is the difficulty of managing the constant evolution of technology. By partnering with the right IT services and solutions provider, banks are able to significantly decrease costs, increase IT performance, enhance cybersecurity and improve their compliance posture.
Learn how Leesa Anderson, CTO of State Bank of Cochran, has been able to move her bank’s network to an automated approach – enhancing visibility of her network, improving her compliance posture and enabling her to focus on projects that contribute to the bank’s strategic plan.
This live session will explore how banks can:
- Increase the effectiveness of IT management
- Enhance network management oversight
- Use a dashboard to improve system visibility and control
- Remotely monitor IT assets and troubleshoot issues
- Address Cybersecurity and meet examiner expectations
- Conduct and automate controls self-assessments, to validate policy and procedure adherence
Zach Duke, Executive Vice President, Safe Systems
Zach Duke, Executive Vice President of Business Development, directs all areas of the Sales and Account Management Departments of Safe Systems. With over fifteen years of experience at Safe Systems, Duke holds a unique perspective and expertise, specializing exclusively in IT and Compliance for financial institutions. Duke is currently on the Board of Directors for Safe Systems, is a teacher at the Southern Operations School of Banking, and is an active member on the Operations & Technology Committee for the Georgia Bankers Association.
Leesa Anderson, CTO, State Bank of Cochran
Leesa Anderson is the Chief Technology Officer at State Bank of Cochran, in Georgia, where she has been employed for 14 years. With over 20 years in banking, Leesa has a keen understanding of information technology, security, and compliance in the financial industry. Leesa is also currently the Vice-Chair of the Operations & Technology Committee for the Georgia Bankers Association.