Security continues to be the main focus and priority of financial institutions today. With enhanced technology, growing concerns for violent crime in the workplace and new scams originating daily, bank employees can never be too careful or too knowledgeable about these contemporary and current topics. This conference will provide you with an overview of numerous crimes that target financial institutions, the recent scams in 2018 and how your organization can prepare, deter and investigate these offenses.
Security has been a priority to the financial sector for years, however with more crimes taking place, banks are now forced to safeguard people, data and assets within their organization. This training will address hot topics today that have impacted financial institutions internally and externally. Get the latest information to bring back to your organization for a fantastic training session!
Workplace violence and active shooter
- The profile
- Threats among us
- Security features
- Background checks
- Case studies
- Training and prevention methods
Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design
- Analyzing current structures
- Internal and external threats
- Through the eyes of a criminal
- Making changes with what you have in place
- Consider altering the environment
- Current trends
- Case studies
- Prevention methods
- Profile the suspect
- Investigating check fraud
Social Engineering at work
- Types of fraud
- Prevention Methods
Tuesday, September 18
9 a.m. – Registration
9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. – Conference
Inn at USC Wyndham Garden
9:00 a.m. – Registration
9:30 a.m. – Business Session Begins
12:30 p.m. – Luncheon
1:15 p.m. – Business Session Continues
4:00 p.m. – Adjourn
About our Speaker
Susan Wind, MS, owner of Parents kNOwmore (Social Media Consulting Business) is also a college professor who has taught, designed and implemented criminal justice courses for the past 12 years. Prior to teaching, she held positions with the Department of Juvenile Justice, Probation and Parole and numerous police departments. For the past 11 years Susan has been a consultant, providing training to financial institutions, private organizations and small businesses across the U.S. on subject matter relating to security and cyber-crimes (i.e., money laundering, identity theft, ATM/debit card thefts, fraud and cyber bullying). She is a member of numerous organizations in the criminal justice field. Susan holds a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice from Rutgers University and a B.S. Degree in Criminology and a minor in Psychology from the University of Tampa.
Who Should Attend?
Security officers, human resource/training managers, legal, operations, and branch managers and branch employees.
For more information, contact Anne Gillespie by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.