Issues and Impacts of Email Security: Financial Webinar
Security breaches and identity thefts are appearing in the news almost every day. At the same time clients, customers and even staff are demanding access to services, data and even each other, around the clock. When you are dealing with financial information, these competing interests become even harder to balance.
A panel of experts from the banking industry, arguably the leaders in providing secure access to financial information is coming together to help organizations understand and manage the impact of the dueling concerns. Zix Corporation, a global provider of secure e-messaging and e-prescribing applications and services on Monday announced it will present a webinar called Issues and Impacts of Email Security: Financial Experts Discuss Minimizing Risk on September 14.
The webinar, which is scheduled to begin at 3:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time, will be moderated by Eric Oullet, Security and Privacy Analyst for Gatner, Inc. Other panelist include:
- Mary Beth Puccinelli, Vice President, Regulatory Affairs for the Conference of State Bank Supervisors
- Doug Johnson, Senior Policy Analyst, Government Regulations for the American Bankers Association
- Gary Farrar, Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer for Town North Bank in Dallas, Texas and
- Edward Smith, Director of the ZixResearch Center, Zix Corporation.
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