DATE: Wednesday, September 25, 2013
TIME: 2:00 pm — 3:00 pm CST
SPEAKER: Idrees Rafiq, AVP of IT Consulting, Credit Union Resources, Inc.
Social engineering is a very real threat to all credit unions. Social engineers are constantly targeting credit unions and their service staff.
The evolution of firewalls, Intrusion Detection/Prevention Systems, and other perimeter network defenses have criminals thinking, “Why try to go through the systems, when we can go around?” The act of scamming, pretending to be someone you aren’t, and physiological manipulation are effetely breaching the credit union’s front line staff.
Is your credit union’s first line of defense prepared to thwart such an attack? If the answer is no, or if you aren't sure...this webinar is for you.
Our speaker, Idrees Rafiq, Jr. is the AVP of IT Consulting with Financial & Technology Resources, Credit Union Resources, Inc. In his current position, Idrees provides information technology auditing, security, policy development, risk assessments, and compliance consulting. He specializes in leveraging IT and security related issues with compliance, marketing, vendor management, business continuity, and other business operations specific to credit unions ranging from $2 million to over a billion in assets. Idrees is also experienced in network architecture, infrastructure, administration, management, and support. Prior to joining CURI, he was an IT Director, Project Manager, and Director of Purchasing for a multi-million dollar international agency. Idrees holds a BAAS, Bachelor of Business Management from Howard Payne University and an MBA in Management from Our Lady of the Lake University and serves on the Southwest CUNA Management School faculty.