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Business Continuity, the Dark Web, and Compliance Risk at NYBA Conference

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Wolf & Company, P.C.

On May 7th the New York Bankers Association will be hosting the 2018 Technology, Compliance, and Risk Management Forum at the Saratoga Hilton in Saratoga Springs, NY. The two day conference has been created for risk managers, IT managers, and compliance managers that focus on securing their organizations. 

Wolf & Company will be speaking on three different sessions during the conference. Here's a look at Tracy Hall's presentation on how to create an effective and efficient Business Continuity program.

Designing an Effective BCP Testing Program 

Tracy Hall, IT Assurance Manager

In our work there is often confusion about how to develop a multi-year BCP testing program. Financial Institutions are overwhelmed with putting a program in place. Using your Business Impact Analysis can define what the testing program should be, without adding unnecessary complexity that negatively impacts efficiency. 

Attendees of this session will learn:

  • How to use your BIA to inform your multi-year BCP testing plan
  • What components should be included and what can be left out
  • Where to start to get the most effective and manageable program
  • How to satisfy requirements for incorporating risk assessment results into your test plan

WolfPAC Integrated Risk Management will be exhibiting at the conference with Wolf & Company, so please stop by booths 16 and 17 to get more information from our speakers or to get your risk management questions answered by one of our experts. If you would like to know more about the NYBA Tech, Compliance, and Risk Management forum, head over to their event page!


TOPICS: Regulatory Compliance Cybersecurity Information Technology Business Continuity Business Continuity Planning IT Risk

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