ACUIA Region One

WSECU 330 Union Ave. SE Olympia, WA 98501
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ACUIA Region One
September 30, 2010
Meeting Agenda
330 Union Ave. SE
Olympia, WA  98501
   7:45 – 8:15         Check In & Continental Breakfast
   8:15  -  8:30         Welcome & Announcements

   8:30 – 10:00         “Battle Tactics: Combatting the Latest Information Security  Threats”

With the number of recent hacking and fraud events, what can a credit union do to prevent these attacks?  What are the latest regulatory expectations including PCI compliance?  Learn about how a non-technical auditor can manage a technical IT audit program.

                                             Tom Schauer, Trust CC

                                    Learning Level:  All
                                    Field of Study:  Audit
Tom Schauer, CISA,CISM, CISSP, GCIH, CTGA has been practicing in IT security, audit and compliance for more than 20 years. For the last 11 years, Schauer has been consulting to organizations, large (Amex, Safeway, Toyota, WaMu) and small (over 150), on how to responsibly and efficiently protect information and comply with regulations. He has led security and audit practices for Deloitte, Ernst & Young, and Guardent (now Verisign). In 2001 Schauer founded TrustCC, one of the nation's premiere IT security, audit, and compliance consultancies. Schauer is a frequent speaker at numerous national and international conferences including those hosted by the IIA, AICPA, ISSA, NASCUS, ISACA and NCUA.
          10:00 – 10:15   Break
10:15- 11:45      “Hot Topics and Examination Focus”        
                                    Jane Johnson, Examiner Supervisor, DFI, State of Washington
Learning Level:  All
                                       Field of Study:  Audit, Compliance
                                       What are examiners looking for during upcoming examinations? 
A state examiner will let you in on the hot topics of concern for regulators and the examination staff.
Jane Johnson Is a Financial Examiner Supervisor with the Washington State Division of Credit Unions.  She joined the Division in 2000.  The Division supervises 68 state-chartered credit unions with assets over $26 billion and over 2 million members.  Jane has an undergraduate degree in Economics and Political Science from Oakland University and a graduate Certificate of Public Management from George Washington University.
 12:00 – 12:30         Lunch
  12:30  - 1:30  “Robbery Issues”
Learning Level:  All
                                      Field of Study:  Audit, Compliance
Empowered to take action! Every member walking into a branch and every call to your credit union presents an opportunity to deliver exceptional service, while simultaneously offering a circumstance to prevent a robbery. It's all in the attitude with which those interactions are approached that make the difference between a branch that is successful and one that may be targeted by those with ill intent.

Based on the direct investigation of more than 1,000 robberies and fraud investigations, and his detailed analysis of FBI data regarding tens of thousands of robberies and fraud, former FBI agent and bank executive, Jim Rechel, will change your mind about the role of member service and deterring robberies through analysis of the most recent robbery trends and headline events. 

Is your security program up to the task? Join us to find out in this fast paced introduction to current robbery trends and prevention strategies.

During this audio, you will:

Discuss trends and tips from an analysis of the robberies recently committed
Measure the prevention, deterrence, and response protocols of financial institutions
Learn more about the details that go beyond the headlines
Identify information that will enhance your robbery prevention program
Review the components of operation "safecatch"
Jim Rechel is president of The Rechel Group, Inc., a risk-consulting firm. Over the last 15 years, he has conducted seminars for more than 1,000 professional organizations. He is a Certified Financial Security Officer and on the board of The Institute for Criminal Justice Education. Previously, Jim was vice president for a financial institution in Cincinnati, where he held positions in retail, lending, and as security director. He was also a special agent with the FBI for three years.

1:30 – 2:30         “Embezzlement and Internal Fraud, Prevention and   Dectection”
     Learning Level:  All
                                            Field of Study:  Audit, Compliance
The bailouts of 2009 and the resulting moral hazard it created are not just idle concerns. Most embezzlers rationalize their behavior and will use the current environment to further justify their illegal acts. Employee theft and embezzlement is estimated to total $400 billion per year. The damage to your organization is initially out of sight and often detected only after major damage has been inflicted. Discover the conditions which attract embezzlement and effective steps to minimize the risk to your organization. Learn to look for the signs of employee theft and embezzlement and the steps to prevent a colony of embezzlers from destroying your business. You will learn the prevention steps every business should be utilizing to manage the risk of internal theft.

Through this audio, you will:

Learn how to enhance internal fraud detection using technology
Examine the most common types of credit union fraud
Understand why embezzlement has become such a prevalent peril.
  2:30 – 2:45         Break
  2:45 – 4:00      Roundtable Discussion
                           Julie Wilson,  Director Internal Audit, iQ Credit Union
Learning Level:  All
                                       Field of Study:  Audit, Compliance
4:00– 4:15              Close
          How to Register
By faxing the attached registration form to 703 683-0295 or mailing the completed form to: ACUIA, 815 King St., Suite 308, Alexandria, VA 22314.
Acceptable methods of payment are: check, money order, VISA, MasterCard or Discover.
Continuing Professional Educational Credits
ACUIA is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE sponsors.  State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of courses for CPE credit.
Cancellation/Refund Policy
Registration cancellations prior to September 20, 2010 will incur no penalty. Cancellations after that date will incur a $50 penalty to cover meal guarantees.
           Hotel Information
           The Phoenix Inn in Olympia (877) 570-0555 is the meeting hotel.  Please call (do not book online) and mention WSECU for the corporate rate of $109 per night.

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