Information Security Officer 101: The “Why” and “How” of this Critical Position
The regulatory mandate for the ISO. What are examiners expecting?
- The ISO in a Crisis: How the Pandemic changed ISO expectations
- Risk Management Basics: Risks and Controls
- Key responsibilities:
- Information Security and Strategy
- Business Continuity Management
- Third-party Management
- Interacting with Stakeholders:
- The network administrator
- The IT Steering Committee
- The Board of Directors
- Auditors & Examiners
Who Should Attend?
This seminar is designed for new and experienced ISO’s, but compliance officers, audit committee members, IT Steering Committee members and network administrators will also benefit as well from attending this seminar.
About the presenter:
Tom Hinkel, VP of Compliance Services – Innovation, Compliance Guru, Safe Systems
Tom Hinkel is responsible for ensuring that Safe Systems’ services incorporate and abide by appropriate ﬁnancial industry regulations and best practices. In this position, Hinkel works closely with R&D, Product Management, and Operations Managers to ensure that new and existing services comply with FFIEC standards. Most importantly, by staying current on regulatory issues facing ﬁnancial institutions, Hinkel serves as a major regulatory compliance resource for Safe Systems’ customers.
As author of the Compliance Guru website, Hinkel shares easy to digest information security tidbits with Compliance Officers
at ﬁnancial institutions across the country. With over twenty years experience, Hinkel’s areas of expertise spans the entire spectrum of information technology.
Hinkel has been with Safe Systems, Inc. since 2005, most recently as Director of Compliance. Hinkel holds a BA from Illinois Wesleyan University, an AA in computer programming, the GSEC security certiﬁcation from the SANS Institute, the Certiﬁed Information Systems Auditor (CISA) designation and the Certiﬁed in Risk and Information Security Controls (CRISC) designation from ISACA, the Certiﬁcation in Control Self-Assessment (CCSA) and Certiﬁed in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA) designations from The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA), the Master Business Continuity Professional (MBCP) designation from the Disaster Recovery Institute (DRI), the Certiﬁed Third-party Risk Professional (CTPRP) designation from the Shared Assessment Group, and the Cybersecurity Advisory Services Certiﬁcate from the AICPA. Hinkel is also an instructor for the Southern Operations School of Banking and the Mississippi Bankers School. He has also been inducted in the prestigious Order of the Sword & Shield (OSS) Academic and Professional Honor Society.