Baker Tilly | 1 CPE | Navigating cybersecurity in 2024: Trends, controls and mitigating attacks
The cybersecurity landscape is evolving, and it can feel like your financial institution is on the defense keeping up with the latest cyber risks, regulations and emerging trends. As we’re seeing in recent headlines, even the most established organizations are subject to cybersecurity attacks. While sophisticated hacking is a valid threat, it’s rarely the root cause of a data breach. To mitigate risk, you must understand your organization’s unique vulnerabilities, cybersecurity processes and controls.
Baker Tilly’s cybersecurity specialists have spent 2023 collecting and observing key trends shaping the cybersecurity environment. The start of the new year is a good time to review your financial institution’s controls and assess what improvements can be made to protect your customers’ information and the value of your organization. Join us for a webinar for a full breakdown of what your financial institution needs to know about trending risks and how to mitigate them.
- Discuss the hottest cyber topics for financial institutions, including social engineering attacks, malware and ransomware attacks, artificial intelligence and machine learning (AL/ML) attacks, cloud security threats and fourth-party attacks
- Review results of vulnerability scanning and penetration testing and how they can identify misconfigurations and weaknesses to allow you to patch and remediate findings
- Examine cybersecurity program insights from the field through our IT audits, including updated regulatory guidance, Managed Service Providers (MSPs) model challenges and the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council’s (FFIEC) Cybersecurity Assessment Tool (CAT) framework