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Security Risks and Mitigation Strategies for Financial Institutions

Held in conjunction with the
ASIS Annual Semin​ar and ​Exhibits
24 September 2017
Dallas, TX

Member $250
Nonmember $400

Sponsored by:
ASIS Banking and Financial Services Council

Networking Reception Sponsored by:
Securitas Electronic Security


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Learn from top subject matter experts who address current trends in security threats to global financial institutions, as well as discuss mitigation strategies:

Threat Management and the Role of the Public-Private Partnership

  • What a strategic public-private partnership looks like
  • Engagement strategies with Public Partners
  • Effective use of publicly available information sources to manage threats and incidents

Enterprise Risk Analytics to Provide a Holistic View of Threats to Digital and Physical Assets

  • What is digital surveillance? 
  • Analyzing potential threats through social media surveillance (social activities, online threats, protests, hacktivists, weather events, investigations and social engineering)
  • Available tools to monitor social media and the internet

PACS/LACS Interoperability and the Implementation of Encrypted Physical Access Credentials

  • Centralized access management of physical access control systems (PACS) and logical access control systems (LACS)
  • Improving physical access through encryption
  • Pen testing physical access

Physical & IT Security: Forging a Strategic Partnership

  • Intelligence sharing between IT and physical security
  • Joint strategy for the physical protection of the information infrastructure  
  • Executive protection model to protect key executives from cyber and physical threats  

Panel Discussion: ATM Threats and Mitigation Strategies

  • Cyber / Other threats (skimming, wiretapping, eavesdropping, ​cash trapping and malware)
  • Physical attacks (explosive gas attacks and burglary with tools)
  • Mitigation strategies
  • Banking industry / ATM manufacturer partnerships

Wrap-Up and Closing Remarks

Immediately following the program, network with security leaders in the Financial Services industry during a reception with complimentary food and beverages, hosted by Securitas Electronic Security, immediately following the program.​​​​​​


  • Chris Terzich
    VP and Manager of Emergency Incident Management
    Wells Fargo Bank
  • Mark Dumas
    Founder and Chief Strategy Officer
  • Doug Pelton
    VP and Manager of Smartcard Access Management
    Wells Fargo Bank
  • Briggette Jimenez
    Physical Security Manager
    BB&T Bank
  • Jeremy Brecher
    Securitas Electronic Security
  • Mark LaFleur
    VP of Sales
    Live Safe Mobile
  • Kyle Robiskie
    Director of Enterprise Partnerships
  • Chris Carney
    CJC Security and Risk Consulting
  • Omar Valdemar, CPP
    VP & Physical Security Systems Manager
    City National Bank

Program Location

Sunday, September 24, 2017, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
650 S. Griffin Street
Dallas, Texas 75202

Hotel Accommodations

Special room rates are available at various hotels (within the ASIS Annual Seminar room block) for attendees of ASIS Pre-Seminar Programs and/or ASIS 2017. To secure your reservation, please contact the official ASIS Housing Bureau, Wyndham Jade, at:

+1.888.887.8072 (U.S./Canada)
+1.972.349.7452 (outside U.S./Canada)

The reservation deadline is September 14, but book early for the best selection of hotels and rates.​​​​​​​​​