We're in the midst of a cyberwar!
Every day banks in this country are losing money due to cybercrime.
From the smallest to the largest institution, no bank is immune from being targeted by the ingenious and ever-evolving methods being used by prolific fraudsters. Whether the attacks are sponsored by foreign governments or engineered by professional cyberthieves, it's clear there is a cyberwar going on.
If you haven't been hit yet, the reality is you may be the next target.
As recent news events have made clear, it's time for a new level of sophistication when it comes to Information security preparedness and education.
From a proliferation of DDoS attacks against financial institutions to an alarming increase in account takeovers, the cyber thieves are organized, effective, and relentless in targeting financial institutions and their customers.
And if you think it can't happen to you or your customers, think again.
BOL has put together an intensive one day program delivered via remote video streaming that approaches the cybersecurity challenges from a nuts and bolts perspective, giving you what you need to know NOW!!!
Seasoned professionals will arm you with practical tips that will allow you to formulate strategies to harden your perimeter and assist you in deflecting, detecting, and mitigating threats from hackers and cyber thieves.
Don't struggle with these issues in isolation. Plug in to the power of the pros.
Join us for this important Community Bank Cybersecurity Summit and prepare and protect your institution from this new reality!
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