Cybersecurity Trends – 2022


Knowing and understanding emerging cybersecurity risks is key to maintain the standards of your Information Security Program. This half-day video conference course identifies the trends you need to know about, how they impact regulations, and how to mitigate and avoid risk. We’ll talk about some of the most common IT Audit findings from the past year, examiner focus areas, new and modified guidance from regulators, and the ways community financial institutions are staying ahead. This course includes discussion of the following topics, and more:

Recent Audit Top 10 & Avoidance Strategies
  • Incident Response
  • Third Party
  • AntiVirus
  • Admin Rights
  • Ransomware Delivery Methods
  • Log Files
  • Authentication
  • Non Windows Vulnerabilities
  • Inbound/Outbound Data
  • User Accounts
  • Access to Sensitive Information
Bonus Material
  • References & Websites
  • Saw it in an Exam
  • Course Manual


After this course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify and evaluate for effective IT Audit scope and methods.
  • Summarize the spirit behind FFIEC guidance topics that support strong IT risk mitigation controls. (Including content from the new FFIEC AIO Booklet and Authentication and Access to Financial Institution Services and Systems Guidance
  • Identify new and trending cybersecurity risks to be evaluated for their organization.
  • Employ mitigation and avoidance strategies to identified cybersecurity risks.


This session is suitable for Information Security Officers, IT Directors, Chief Risk Officers, and Risk Management at financial institutions.


Your institution’s IT audit should enhance your Information Security Program, hardening your institution’s policies and controls and adding a layer of assurance for you and your customers.


Participants will earn 3.5 CPE credit hours. To obtain full credit, you must register, attend the video conference, and complete the survey at the end of the course.

Field of Study: Information Technology
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of internet security issues within the financial industry
Fees: $400.00
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Intermediate
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

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The 10-D Academy Difference
  • Our ongoing experience with State and Federal Regulations keeps us in the know.
  • Our instructors have been in your shoes before.
  • Our courses represent the most current trends and technology.
Who should attend
Cybersecurity Trends for 2022?
  • Those currently performing the role of Information Security Officer.
  • Those managing or overseeing the ISO Role.
  • Those looking to become an Information Security Officer.

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