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September, 2018



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SBS Cybersecurity

{Blog} What Fiserv's Internet Banking Flaw Means for You

Fiserv, Inc., is one of the largest Financial Services technology providers in the world. They serve more than 12,000 clients in over 80 countries, including around 1,700 banks in the United States. Fiserv also recently fixed an issue with their web-based Internet Banking Platform to which all banks should pay attention.

According to an article from Brian Krebs, a security researcher named Kristian Erik Hermansen discovered a way to view another customer’s alerts set up in the Internet Banking Platform. Hermansen noticed that his alerts were assigned a sequential number in the URL. Hermansen edited the URL by decreasing the alert number one at a time. He was then able to view other customer’s alerts, full account numbers, email addresses, phone numbers, and transaction information.

How could this flaw be exploited? How's your vendor management? How would you discover an issue like this? Read more...

{Featured Certification} Certified Banking Incident Handler

This course will provide you with an increased understanding of the best practices related to handling common incidents in the banking industry and minimizing losses.

  • Course opens 09/17/2018
  • Price: $999
  • Online/On-demand
  • Self-paced
  • Allowed 10 weeks to complete
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Objectives: 

  • Build out Incident Response procedures to take back to your institution.
  • Receive assistance with the Threat Intelligence and Collaboration as well as the Cyber Incident Management and Resilience domains of the FFIEC Cybersecurity Assessment.

Topics:

  • Incident Response Overview and Regulations
  • Incident Response Policy
  • Preserving Evidence and Data
  • RAM Acquisition
  • Corporate Account Takeover
  • Data Breach
  • Insider Threats
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{More Certifications}

  • CB Vendor Manager
    Course Opens Sept 10
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  • CB Incident Handler
    Course Opens Sept 17

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  • CB Cybersecurity Manager
    Course Opens Set 17
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  • CB Business Continuity Professional
    Course Opens Sept 24

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  • CB Security Technology Professional
    Course Opens Oct 1
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SEPTEMBER WEBINARS

09/04 - Core Management Skills

09/05 - What to Do When a Customer Dies

09/05 - Commercial Construction Lending

09/06 - Federal Benefit Payments Garnishment Requirements

09/06 - Do's and Don'ts on Checks

09/07 - FFIEC Guidance on Employee's Use of Social Media

09/10 - What's All the Fuss About Escrows?

09/11 - CRA Nuts & Bolts - Five Steps to Pass the Exam

09/11 - Opening Fiduciary Accounts

09/12 - Equipment Lease Financing

09/12 - Lending to Municipalities

09/13 - Critical Death Issues on Deposit Accounts

09/14 - Engineering Better IT Audit Programs

09/17 - Best-Ever Compliance Checklists for Commercial Loans

09/18 - Right of Setoff

09/18 - Ability-to-Repay/Qualified Mortgage Rules

09/19 - For Banking RMs: Learn the 7 Habits of Top Producing Bankers

09/20 - HMDA Nine Month Checkup & What Lies Ahead

09/20 - Residential Construction Lending

09/21 - Incident Response and Forensics

09/24 - Using Business Tax Returns to Analyze Lending Requests

09/25 - Secrets to Being a Great Call Center Agent

09/26 - These People Drive Me Crazy

09/27 - Unclaimed Property Compliance for Financial Institutions

09/27 - Endorsements - Consumers, Businesses and Fiduciaries

09/28 - FFIEC CAT vs InTREx

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Webinars

09/11 - Commercial Construction Loands: Administering and Monitoring

09/11 - Business Cash Flow Basics and Global Cash Flow Integration Issues for Lenders and Analysts

09/11 - Understanding C&I Loan Structuring, Loan Agreements and Covenants

09/11 - Equipment Finance: Loans and Leases, Plus Capitalization

09/12 - Introduction to Commercial Lending

09/12 - Introduction to IRAs

09/13 - Predicting Future Job Performance through Behavioral Based Interviews

09/13 - Secrets of Buying and Selling a Community Bank

09/17 - Leading the Prospecting Effort

09/18 - Commecial Construction Loans: Administering and Monitoring

09/18 - Accounting Basics/Refresher for Bankers

09/18 - Top Trends that will Disrupt and Define Retail Banking

09/19 - Basic Estate Planning and Estate Settlement

09/19 - Establishing and Amending IRAs

09/20 - Cash Managemennt: How Sales, Operations and Technoogy Can Work Together to Generate More Fee Income

09/25 - Business Law Basics and Lender Liability

09/25 - Creating the Right Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Program for YOUR Community Bank

09/26 - IRA Contributions

09/26 - Loan Structure, Documentation and Compliance Training - a Comprehensive Approach

09/27 - Building Your Brand on a Limited Budget

09/27 - Building an Effective Marketing Plan

10/02 - Key Ratio Analysis: Calculating and Interpreting the Numbers Correctly

10/02 - Strategies for Family Banks

10/03 - Dealing with Powers of Attorney

10/03 - IRA Distributions

10/03 - SBA 7(a) Loan Guaranty Program

10/04 - SBA CDC/504 Loan Guaranty Program

10/04 - SBA Express Loan Programs

10/09 - Landscape of Agriculture Today and Tomorrow (2-Part Series)

10/09 - Basic Personal & Business Tax Return Analysis

10/10 - Top 10 IRA Issues

View All GSB Webinars/Topics 

Upcoming 2018 GSB Schools

The Graduate School of Banking is wrapping up a terrific year of educating bankers and creating leaders in the industry. We're proud of our success this year and are enthusiastically looking ahead to hosting an array of exceptional programs in 2018. 
Now is the time to budget and make plans to include these outstanding learning opportunities in your bank's professional development plan. 
Applications are currently being accepted for the following 2018 programs: 
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ABA Training

Upcoming Briefings

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Online Facilitated Courses

Anaylizing Bank Performance
Sept 10, 2018 - Member Price: $875 w/text

Legal Foundations in Banking
Sept 10, 2018 - Member Price: $550 w/text

Introduction to Trust Products and Services
Sept 24, 2018 - Member Price: $300

The Mortgage Lending Business
Sept 24, 2018 - Member Price: $300

Analyzing Financial Statements
Oct 1, 2018 - Member Price: $550 w/text

Introduction to Agricultural Lending
Oct 1, 2018 - Member Price: $475

Commercial Lending
Oct 22, 2018 - Member Price: $550 w/text

View All Upcoming Facilitated Courses

ABA Certificates


ABA Certificate in Bank Financial Management

Develop foundational skills for making key decisions that affect bank profitability. Learn how to conduct performance analyses. Discover ways to measure and manage interest rate risk. Explore best practices in managing funding, liquidity and capital. Demonstrate understanding by applying concepts in organization-specific exercises and strengthen your knowledge of sound financial management in a banking institution.

Member Price: $2,165 

Required Courses*

Facilitated Online**

  • Analyzing Bank Performance
  • Managing the Bank's Investment Portfolio
  • Managing Funding, Liquidity, and Capital
  • Managing Interest Rate Risk

Self-Paced Online

  • Ethical Issues for Bankers

*No Substitutions or previous college credit will be accepted.
**You may select your start dates for each of the facilitated online courses when you register for them.

ABA Certificate in Trust: Foundational

The ABA Certificate in Trust: Foundational is designed for those who need to establish or strengthen their understanding of basic wealth management and trust principles. It provides an introduction to estate planning, trust administration, investment management concepts and ethical behavior. 
For those wishing to earn the CTFA professional designation, the ABA Certificate in Trust: Foundational satisfies the first of three levels of study required to sit for the exam.

Member Price - $1,495

Course Credits: 12.5 CTFA; 8.5 CSOP; 6.5 CRSP; 5.75 CCTS, 4.75 CISP

The estimated time to complete the 9 required courses is approximately 10 hours.

ABA Certificate in Trust: Intermediate

The ABA Certificate in Trust: Intermediate is ideal for individuals with some field experience who have mastered the concepts introduced in the foundational trust certificate. The certificate provides a more sophisticated understanding and further knowledge of the tools available to a fiduciary, covering estate planning, trust administration, investment management concepts and ethical behavior.  

For those wishing to earn the CTFA professional designation, the ABA Certificate in Trust: Intermediate satisfies the second of three levels of study required to sit for the exam.

Member Price - $2,295

Course Credits - 16 CTFA; 8 CSOP; 6 CRSP; 3 CISP

The estimated time to complete the 17 required courses is approximately 18 hours.

ABA Certificate in Trust: Advanced

The ABA Certificate in Trust: Advanced provides an in-depth understanding of the fiduciary role, and prepares wealth and trust professionals to propose sophisticated solutions to complex client situations covering estate planning, trust administration, investment management concepts and ethical behavior.  

For those wishing to earn the CTFA professional designation, the ABA Certificate in Trust: Advanced satisfies the third of three levels of study required to sit for the exam.

Member Price - $2,295

Course Credits: 15 CTFA; 4 CSOP; 6 CRSP; 7 CISP

The estimated time to complete the 15 required courses is approximately 14 hours.

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