|When:||Back to Calendar October 12, 2017 (all-day)||Where:||East Syracuse
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Security challenges require constant vigilance. New tensions in the workplace, rising rates of bank fraud, and ever evolving technology have created new challenges for financial institutions of all sizes. For more than 25 years, the New York Bankers Association has presented security training to assist banks in meeting their security obligations. Arvin Clar and Barry Thompson will return once again to present NYBA’s highly-regarded Bank Security Seminar. This year they’ll be joined by Jason Ingalls of Canandaigua National Bank & Trust Company who will provide a best practices perspective on security challenges related to new branch technology, including cash recyclers and pods. It’s your chance to learn, share and walk away with new insights on protecting your institution.
Response to the 2016 Seminar:
Overall seminar rating of 5.00 out of 5.00!
Overall speaker rating of 4.98 out of 5.00!
8:30 am — Registration
9:00 am — Program Begins
12:00 noon — Lunch
4:00 pm — Program Concludes
- Hardening the Target – Ensuring the Bank’s Physical Security
- Alert, Invisible and Vigilant – Handling Crisis Situations
- Internal Fraud – Catching the Unintended Consequences
- Security Regulations Revisited
- Bank Case Study: Cash Recyclers and Security
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Questions: Contact NYBA Professional Development at 212-297-1666 or email@example.com