The NIBA is pleased to announce the kick off of its educational series. This idea is to cultivate ideas, discussion and networking in an intimate setting throughout the year. This event is hosted and sponsored by Bovill.
There’s a gap between Compliance and IT responsibility for security in most organizations. For example, what should an Information System Security Policy cover and how best should it be implemented?
We’re delighted to invite you to our briefing and networking event on Wednesday, March 6, 2019, where we will be giving you some tips to help close this gap and discuss challenges with other professionals. Alongside our friends from the NFA and security experts VSEC, we’ll be looking at:
- Cybersecurity responsibilities of IBs, CTAs, CPOs and FCMs
- Recent changes in cybersecurity rules and guidelines – for example, new guidelines for event reporting
- Recent regulatory security enforcements, and what’s expected in 2019.
The session will leave you well-equipped to understand what is needed for a security program, understand what has changed, and be fully versed in what’s expected by regulators in 2019.
|Networking & Drinks
John is one of VSEC, LLC’s Founding Partners. John has years of experience in the derivatives industry with O’Connor & Associates, the Swiss Bank, UBS and Wicker. Read more about John.
Michael is one of VSEC, LLC’s Founding Partners. Michael also holds years of experience in the derivatives industry. He has held several executive roles, including positions at RCG LLC, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, UBS and Rosenthal Collins Group. Read more about Michael.
Valerie has been a Director since November 2014 in the Compliance Department of the National Futures Association (NFA). She joined the NFA as a Staff Examiner in June of 2004, earned her Certified Public Accountants designation in 2005 and her Certified Fraud Examiner designation in 2013. Read more about Valerie.