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HOT TOPIC WEBINAR

Meltdown and Spectre 101

Monday, January 29, 11 a.m. EST 

Recording available through April 29

 

Time-Sensitive Hot Topic Seminar Offered at Discounted Registration Fee of $159

Presenter: Chad Knutson, President, SBS Institute - SBS CyberSecurity

Meltdown and Spectre 101 vulnerabilities have taken a mainstage in the news as security experts share concerns around data security, performance impacts, and missing patches. While there seems to be wide spread panic around these two vulnerabilities, their complexity to understand and exploit is relatively high. More of the concern likely comes from the style of vulnerability, an issue rooted deeply into the hardware behind most desktop, server, laptop, and mobile phone. Join us inthis webinar to understand the basics of these vulnerabilities, next steps to mitigate risks, and the latest news on the risks. We will discuss the following topics:

  • What is Meltdown?
  • What is Spectre?
  • Patching Challenges
  • Vulnerability Scoring System CVSS
  • Risk Rating Affected Systems
  • Patch Management Lessons Learned
  • Vulnerability Assessments
  • Vendor Management Concerns

 

The OBL partners with the the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin – Madison to bring e-learning opportunities to members and offers many certifications via Secure Banking Solutions, an OBL Business Partner.

The SBS Institute serves community banks by providing educational programs that will certify a banker has the knowledge and skills to protect against today's information security threats. The certification programs offered by the institute are uniquely designed to address community banking needs, using community banking problems and solutions. Properly trained banking professionals will improve the security around customer data and other sensitive information entrusted to them. The certification communicates to management, the board, stakeholders, and examiners, that a professional can perform the necessary functions to manage and reduce risk to the bank.

Available Programs

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 Contact Julie Kiplinger at 614-340-7612 for more information.


The OBL also provides online seminars via a partnership with the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Please note if the LIVE seminar date has passed, the program is still available OnDemand and can be ordered via the link. For detailed seminar descriptions, presenter bios and to register online, please visit  http://gsb.virtualvenues.com/store  or click on the titles below.

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When a Customer Dies - with Jim Lethert, May 3

Problem Loan Workout in Today's Market - with David Osburn, May 22

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Predicting Future Job Performance through Behavioral Based Interviews - with Ann Lueth, April 25

Interviewing Skills for Better Hires - with Patrice McGuire, April 27

Employment Law Update - with Patty Wise, May 1, 8 & 15

Communication Styles at Work - with Patrice McGuire, May 11

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Advanced Cash Flow Analysis - with David Osburn, April 3

Advanced Tax Return Analysis - with David Osburn, April 10

Commercial and Industrial Lending in Today's Competitive Market - with David Osburn, April 16

Commercial Real Estate Lending in Today's Economy - with David Osburn, May 1

Commercial Construction Loans: Administering and Monitoring - with Richard Hamm, May 1, 8 & 15

Business Cash Flow Basics and Global Cash Flow Integration Issues for Lenders and Analysts - with Richard Hamm, May 1, 8 & 15

Understanding C&I Loan Structuring, Loan Agreements and Covenants - with Richard Hamm, May 1, 8 & 15

Financial Statement Projections: Tools for Making a Simplified and Effective Forecast - with Richard Hamm, May 1, 8 & 15

Loan Documentation for Secured Commercial Lending Transactions - with David Osburn, May 21

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Preparing for the First Call on a Prospect - with Ned Miller, April 23

Coaching Prospecting - How to Boost Your Team's Prospecting Results - with Ned Miller, May 21

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Unparalleled Funding Opportunities for Front-Line Bankers - with Neil Stanley, April 5

Unparalleled Funding Opportunities – Advanced Approaches - with Neil Stanley, April 12

Are You Ready for CECL? - with Brett Schwantes, April 19

Why the Future Belongs to Great Collaboration Between Banks, FinTech Companies and Millennials  - with Girish Ramchandra, April 24

Cash Management: How Sales, Operations and Technology Can Work Together to Generate More Fee Incomewith Marcia Malzahn, April 26

Key Components and Strategies to a Successful Talent Management Program - with Marcia Malzahn, May 10

Optimizing Talent - Bridging the Boomer/Millennial Gap - with Tom Hershberger, May 17