How do you recognize where your network is most vulnerable? How do you assure your customers that their information is private, secure, and protected? You do so by identifying risk and implementing mitigating controls in order to abide by best practices and compliance requirements.

Industry regulations are predominantly prescribed and managed by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC). FFIEC cybersecurity guidance can be complicated; their updates and reports are frequent because the threats they address are constantly mutating. 

Financial institutions should promote an information security culture from the top down, with the board and management understanding and supporting the development, implementation, and maintenance of the information security program. Board and management should actively support and promote the funding of information security, ensure that the information security program is adequately supported by qualified internal personnel, or properly oversee a qualified third party provider.  

The Importance of the Information Security Officer

Patrick Whelan, Practice Director for All Covered Finance, discusses the role of the Information Security Officer (ISO) in community financial institutions, and how All Covered's ISO Advisory Service can help organizations with that role.

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