Audit Committees and Cyber-Risk Management

Start time:
On Demand
Duration:
1 hour, 15 minutes
Location:
Online
Contact:
Laura Krauss, Moss Adams, 972-458-3748
Cost to attend:
Complimentary

Cyberthreats continue to be a major area of focus for community bank boards, management teams, and regulators. These threats have been exacerbated due to pandemic-related opportunists, more widespread remote work among bank employees, and the surge in mobile banking application usage among customers.

Join us for a webcast that focuses on risk management and cybersecurity trends that can help audit and risk committee members protect critical data, reduce visibility to attackers, and ultimately keep their institutions safe.

Topics will include:

  • 2020 cybersecurity trends
  • How to identify and address cyber-risks
  • Best practices in identifying and assessing key controls over information technology and cybersecurity
Register

Speakers

Jason Emmons, Partner, IT Consulting Services, Moss Adams

Jason has consulted in the information technology field since 1996. He has experience in business development, internal controls design and implementation, Sarbanes-Oxley 404 implementation and attestation, data analysis, fraud identification, information protection consulting, project management, and hardware and software integration. He has led enterprise and IT risk assessment projects for companies of all sizes, for various purposes including pre- or post-acquisition due diligence, enterprise risk management, internal audit, and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.

Jim Hale, Audit Committee Chair, Bank of Marin

Jim joined the Bank of Marin Board in 2014. A recognized leader, investor, and pioneer in the financial services industry, he launched and grew multiple businesses that leveraged his vision of the evolving financial services marketplace, knowledge of emerging financial technologies, and global network across top financial service companies. He founded and was a general partner of FTV Capital and its predecessor firm, FTVentures, an investment firm specializing in venture capital and private equity investments in financial technology companies worldwide.

Travis Smith, Partner, Financial Services Practice, Moss Adams

Travis has been in public accounting since 1996. He has served hundreds of financial services companies across the United States. Travis consults on de novo formation, SEC registration, internal audit, SOX compliance, and initial public offerings. He also serves as the engagement partner for complex engagements, supervises staff, conducts audits of HUD reporting entities, and performs merger and acquisition due diligence. In addition, he has extensive experience with complex investments, fair value, derivatives, and hedging activities.

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