Seminar: Advanced Current Community Bank IT Issues

04/16/2014 - 04/17/2014

Minneapolis, MN

Expanding technology is fueling a revolution in services available to community bank customers. As a result information technology solutions are evolving daily to better secure these opportunities, increase efficiency and improve service capabilities.

The Advanced Current Community Bank IT Issues seminar is intended for seasoned technology professionals, as well as newer technology officers and security officers tasked with managing technology solutions at their institution. Attendees will assess the top threats aiming at community banks and learn how they can prepare and response to an IT breach. In addition, participants will review how to prepare for an IT Audit and discuss the latest mobile banking and payment developments.

This is course will also provide Certified Community Bank Technology Officers the opportunity to ear CPE Credits to apply towards their certification.

Major Seminar Topics include:

  • IT Security: review of recent breaches, top threats, defense and response
  • Mobility: Inside and out - device management, payments, malware and banking
  • Overcoming the bandwidth dilemma: WAN virtualization and next generation networking
  • Enhancing customer service: call center advancements and best practices
  • VoIP: SIP technology and unified communications.

Start Time: 8:30 am Day One
End Time: Noon Day Two


Daimon E. Geopfert is a director with the technology risk advisory services group at McGladrey LLP.

Ron Beck manages the statewide McGladrey telecommunications practice, as well as the Eastern Iowa Network Consulting practice.

Who should attend: IT officers, security officers, senior managers, IT system administrators and IT auditors

ICBA Member: (prior to March 16) $495 / (after March 16) $595
Nonmember: $695

12 CPE Credits
Program Level:

Hotel Information:
To make your hotel reservations, contact Embassy Suites Hotel Bloomington at (952) 884-4811
Rate: $164.00
Reservation Deadline: 3/25/2014

For more information, call 800-422-7285.