Available on Demand
Duration: 1 Hour
Last fall the OCC released new guidance on vendor risk management, and followed up with enforcement action against two bank vendors for insecure practices. Add to that the news that a vulnerable vendor was the source of the Target data breach, Congressional interest in all things related to data, and what appears to be an increasing number of consent orders between banks and regulators related to vendor practices.
Join American Banker technology editor Penny Crosman and several data privacy and vendor management experts for a fact-filled Web seminar.
This web seminar on demand will cover the following topics:
- New standards established in OCC Bulletin 2013-29, “Risk Management Guidelines,” including insurance, background checks and audit rights
- Lessons learned from the Fundtech and BServ Consent Orders
- Best practices in renewing and revisiting old agreements that may no longer be compliant
- Contract and procurement planning and employee training
- Regulators’ increased focus on technical data controls
***There was a Q&A session at the end of the presentation.
Editor in Chief, Bank Technology News
Technology Editor, American Banker
Kimberly Cahill, NBE
Acting Director for Bank Information Technology
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Washington D.C.
Kimberly has been with the OCC for over 30 years. Her current responsibilities include managing the national examination program of technology service providers, developing national examination policies and programs, and teaching OCC’s technology courses. She has held various regional and national positions including Information Technology Examiner, Safety and Soundness Examiner, District Training Officer, Manager for Bank Supervision, Financial Analyst, and a Lead Information Technology Expert.
John R. Eckert
Director of Operational Risk and Core Policy
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency
Mr. Eckert oversees the development of policy guidance covering corporate and risk governance, operational risk management, and general safety and soundness areas of examination focus. The Operational Risk and Core Policy Unit is also the focal point for the OCC's core supervision policy platforms that govern how the OCC supervises national banks and thrifts. He assumed these responsibilities in May, 2013.
Sr. Vice President and Head of US Compliance Services, TD Bank
Felipe is responsible for US Compliance Testing, Compliance Technology Portfolio and Strategy and Corporate Office Compliance. He is currently leading an enterprise initiative to enhance regulatory and compliance monitoring processes and practices related to third-party suppliers.
Mercedes Kelley Tunstall
Partner, Ballard Spahr LLP
Mercedes counsels clients on compliance with consumer financial services laws, including proscriptions against unfair, deceptive, and abusive practices as well as the investigations and proceedings of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau created by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. She is also experienced with mobile and other e-commerce initiatives, privacy issues, and the delivery of financial services through social networking sites.
Amy Reeder Worley
Of Counsel, McGuire Woods
Amy is a trial lawyer with a practice that includes labor and employment, securities and commercial litigation and data privacy and security law. She partners with businesses to help them safely navigate the waters of modern state and federal data privacy and technology matters in the financial services industry. Amy also handles employment matters involving protection of trade secrets and proprietary information, non-competition agreements, hiring, firing, discipline, discrimination, wage and hour, workplace safety and regulation, harassment, workplace privacy and e-technology issues, reductions-in-force, defamation, retaliation, whistleblowers, family and medical leave, and disability.