More than ever information security in financial services requires a thorough combination of governance elements, including policies, procedures, technology and, most importantly, training and awareness. In this session, Eric Holmquist explores the key elements of sound information security governance and how to successfully manage and coordinate all of the complex and important elements.
Download this presentation to learn how to:
- Design an effective governance structure
- Manage to more than just regulatory compliance
- Create effective control and monitoring elements
About the presenter:
Eric Holmquist is the Vice President and Director of Operational Risk at Advanta Bank. Eric has over 25 years experience in the financial services industry and is a frequent industry author and speaker. He is responsible for the development and oversight of the bank's operational risk management program. In addition, Holmquist chairs the bank's MIS Council, an oversight group that provides governance with regard to standards, methods and production of financial and operational reports and the management of enterprise data. Holmquist also acts as the bank's information security officer with responsibility for oversight of the bank's information security strategy as well as acting as a liaison to the Board of Directors.
Holmquist chairs the operational risk management for IT committee through the Risk Management Association, a nationwide trade group based in Philadelphia focused on sound risk management practices in the global financial services industry. Holmquist is the author of "Risk-Sizing ORM – Scaling Operational Risk Management For The Small To Mid-sized Market", is a contributing author to "Operational Risk 2.0 (2007)" and "The Advanced Measurement Approach to Operational Risk (2006)", both by Incisive Media and writes periodic articles on operational risk management topics for OpRisk & Compliance Magazine
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