How to ACE OCC Audits: A Global Bank's Success Story

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Joshua Burdett, Financials Services Security & Compliance Advisor, DTEX Systems

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Over the last 12 months, four of the top 10 global banks and others have been fined by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) for violations surrounding organizational risk management practices. These fines have varied in amounts ranging from a half of a million dollars to $400 million. Other financial institutions can learn from the mistakes of their peers so that they do not repeat them. Join the Director, Security and Risk Operations of a Large Multi-National Bank and Rajan Koo, Chief Customer Success Officer with DTEX as they discuss and review: • The attacks and vulnerabilities that led to these OCC actions; • An OCC Audit Checklist that maps OCC requirements regarding internal risks against common cyber security tools and solutions: • How financial institutions can identify anomalous behaviors and bad actors earlier on in the attack supply chain; Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how you can evaluate your internal risk posture and insulate your organization from OCC fines.

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