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SDBA 2020 Bank Technology Conference
Wednesday, September 09, 2020, 5:30 PM to Thursday, September 10, 2020, 4:00 PM CDT
Category: SDBA Events

SDBA 2020 Virtual Bank Technology Conference

September 9: 10 a.m. - noon CDT
September 10: 2 - 4 p.m. CDT

Online Webinar Series via Zoom

About the Program

The role of an IT professional is ever-changing, especially in today’s environment. The SDBA Bank Technology Conference is designed to provide support as you keep on top of technology trends and scams, navigate the business of banking, and build and sustain your bank’s technology strategy. In light of the current COVID situation, this conference is being offered virtually in 2020 to allow participation in a safe manner. Join host and emcee, Trent Fleming, as we discuss timely technology topics that can help you as you make decisions that impact your bank, your staff and your customers. 

            

Registration Information

Member of a State Banking Association: $300 per person
Non-Member: $400 per person

  • You will receive an email from the SDBA on Sept. 6 with your login information. All sessions will be held via Zoom.
  • Can’t make one of the sessions? Don’t worry—sessions will be recorded and available for pre-registered attendees to download and watch at your convenience.
  • All provided presentations will be available on the SDBA’s website prior to each session.

Cancellation Policy: 100% refund if canceled Sept. 2 or prior. 75% refund if canceled Sept. 3-6. No refund if canceled Sept. 7 or later. Substitutions allowed at any time.
Questions: Contact Halley Lee at [email protected] or 605.224.1653. Or visit www.sdba.com.

Platinum Sponsors

                

 

Silver Sponsors

Wednesday, September 9, 2020 | 10 a.m. - noon CDT

Operational Efficiency Self-Assessment

Trent Fleming, Trent Fleming Consulting, Germantown, Tenn. - Whether recognized or not, productivity—or the lack thereof—continues to impact bank operations. This session is designed to address key ways that managers can assess and improve the operations of their departments, using techniques that industry experts apply when performing operational efficiency studies. Key areas to be addressed include staffing, technology utilization, planning efforts and measurement/reporting issues. Participants will leave with the tools to evaluate and improve productivity. For more than 35 years, Fleming has helped hundreds of banks make wise strategic decisions about the optimum use of their management and technology resources.

Business Continuity and FFIEC Appendix J: Be Prepared and Compliant

Jim Rumph, WIPFLI, Atlanta, Ga. - Financial institutions (FIs) need to be prepared to continue business and recover from a variety of incidents that could impact operations and service to customers. As FIs outsource more services, they become more dependent on the availability of service providers for day-to-day operations. In addition, cybersecurity threats, like malware and denial-of-service attacks, are threats that need to be considered in business continuity programs. The FFIEC has issued specific guidance (Appendix J) that requires institutions to consider these new threats and dependencies. In this session, we will provide valuable information on how to prepare your institution to survive when disaster strikes. We will also discuss the latest business continuity tools and techniques to develop an actionable and compliant business continuity program. With more than 12 years of experience in technology audit and internal controls consulting, Jim Rumph is a senior manager with WIPFLI.

Thursday, September 10, 2020 | 2 - 4 p.m. CDT

How to Build a Valuable Incident Response Plan

Jon Waldman, SBS CyberSecurity, Madison, S.D. - Incident response is much more than simply notifying your customers that something bad has happened; it’s planning to fail well... because bad things are going to happen. Organizations must ensure adequate investments in security are made, not only in prevention, but in the detection of threats and effective incident response as well. With cyber attacks continuing to increase with no signs of slowing down, it’s time to sharpen your incident response procedures and improve your plan. Jon Waldman is the EVP information security consulting/president SBS Institute with SBS CyberSecurity, a cybersecurity consulting and audit firm dedicated to making a positive impact on the banking and financial services industry.

Bank Technology and Customer Expectations

Lisa Gold Schier, American Bankers Association, Washington, D.C. - Customer expectations continue to evolve, and the current environment is only accelerating digital access (well, digital and the drive-through). How do bankers define digital transformation and how do you best meet the needs of your customers? In this interactive session, we’ll discuss technology trends and the applicability of these to your bank and market. Lisa Gold Schier is senior vice president of business innovation and technology for the American Bankers Association, where she provides visionary leadership with a focus on evaluating early stage technology companies, fostering bank/fintech partnerships, creating alternate business models and creating a culture of innovation.


Sponsor Opportunities

Register now to Sponsor our 2020 Virtual Bank Technology Conference

Fillable PDF or Register Online

Platinum | $2,500+

  • Two Complimentary Registrations*
  • Logo on SDBA Event Webpage
  • Logo on Session Invite
  • Opportunity to send 2-min video to participants through SDBA
  • Opportunity to Provide Live Video Welcome
  • Solo Logo on Webinar Screen
  • Emcee Recognition, Beginning + End of Webinars
  • Follow Up Thank-you in SDBANKER Magazine

Gold | $1,500

  • Two Complimentary Registrations*
  • Logo on SDBA Event Webpage
  • Logo on Session Invite
  • Opportunity to send 2-min video to participants through SDBA
  • Logo on Webinar Screen (All Gold Sponsors Together)
  • Emcee Recognition, Beginning + End of Webinars
  • Follow Up Thank-you in SDBANKER Magazine

Silver | $1,000

  • One Complimentary Registration*
  • Logo on SDBA Event Webpage
  • Opportunity to send 2-min video to participants through SDBA
  • Logo on Webinar Screen (All Silver Sponsors Together)
  • Emcee Recognition, Beginning + End of Webinars
  • Follow Up Thank-you in SDBANKER Magazine

Bronze | $500

  • One Complimentary Registration*
  • Opportunity to send 2-min video to participants through SDBA
  • Logo on Webinar Screen (All Bronze Sponsors Together)
  • Emcee Recognition, Beginning of Webinars
  • Thank-you in SDBANKER Magazine

 


Contact: Halley Lee @ 605-224-1653