Bank Security Officers have always been responsible for supervising the security program which must address five broad areas: physical security, personnel security, information security, crime prevention and detection, and investigations. This is changing!
Banking has evolved into using more technology for customer interaction which is changing the interpretation of the Security Officer role. All at the same time, criminals continue to find new ways to exploit the vulnerable. This has become even more prevalent over the past year with the introduction of the COVID-19 pandemic.
New threats are constantly cropping up: What’s the new scam hitting my customers today? How has the, almost mandatory, transformation to digital banking made the less savvy even more vulnerable than before? Everyone is on edge due to the pandemic, how can I make sure all my staff is prepared to safely handle a potential hostile individual?
Join us for this year’s workshop and take a deep dive into the Security Officer role as we see it today!
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- March 23, 2021, 9:00 AM - Noon
- Assessing Potentially Violent Persons, Branch Walton
- Pandemic Fraud, Barry Thompson
- What Keeps You Up At Night, Barry Thompson
- March 24, 2021, 9:00 AM - Noon
- Developing Policies and Procedures to Prevent Workplace Violence, Barry Thompson
- CyberCrime in the Banking Industry, Scott Augenbaum
- An Update on Financial Crimes in Wisconsin, Local Law Enforcement
Who Should Attend:
This full-day workshop is for anyone that is responsible for or interested in Bank Security, including but not limited to: Security Officers, Cashiers, Training Officers, Branch Managers, HR Managers, Compliance Officers or anyone that is face to face with customers on a daily basis.
The registration fee of $175/attendee includes program registration, materials, certificate of attendance (1 certificate per paid registration) and access to the recording of the event.
A refund, less a $25 administrative fee, is provided for cancellations requested on or before Thursday, March 18, 2021.