Adopt an effective security assessment protocol that ensures you are fully prepared to manage security risks, while meeting the needs of both organizational stakeholders and regulators.

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Cybersecurity is an area of growing concern for financial institutions, especially in the face of recent high-profile data breaches. In June of this year, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) released its Cybersecurity Self Assessment Tool (CAT) to help institutions determine their risks and evaluate their preparedness.

However, is the CAT the best way to assess your risk in a way that adds value to your organization?

The security experts at West Monroe Partners recently published a blog examining the CAT and another cybersecurity framework introduced this year from NIST. We invite you to join us for a live webinar to examine this issue in detail, including:

  • Understanding the rapid shifts in today’s security environment driving these changes
  • How the two frameworks compare, and how they can be leveraged by your organization
  • How to conduct a security assessment that provides a clear path for continuous improvement, versus a periodic checking-the-box exercise
  • How bank personnel with limited security expertise can ensure their organization is protected from cybersecurity threats