10XTS CEO, Michael Hiles will be presenting a session at the Indiana Bankers Association’s 2021 Security, Fraud & Risk Management Conference in Indianapolis. Mr. Hiles’ session will cover the technological basics of cryptocurrency, operational risks it poses to banks, and how to mitigate those risks to find business opportunities in this rapidly expanding asset class.
With the continued expansion of digital assets and cryptocurrencies, many community banks are now seeking more understanding about the asset class to help determine product strategy, risk, and compliance for their business. Hiles’ session will include a model-driven approach to digital asset risk evaluation, and guidance about the myriad of different types of blockchain assets.
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
Bank security officers are challenged everyday to stay abreast with the perils affecting their banks, while also modifying the policies, procedures and practices within the bank to prevent the losses from those perils. Maintaining operational efficiencies, while addressing the physical security and account level security at financial institutions, is a constant challenge.
To address some of the issues and trends impacting your institution, the Annual Security, Fraud & Risk Management Conference has been designed with topics to address the perils you face, the environment in which you operate, and the regulatory world in which we all live.
This year we are excited to offer you another dynamic, fast-paced conference specifically designed to address the continuing education needs of today’s professional bank security officer along with topics to deal with the everyday issues you confront while protecting your customers and your organization.
Attendance at this 2-day conference qualify for 12.25 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit in the area of Business Management and Organization.
FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER TO ATTEND, VISIT THE EVENT WEBSITE: https://indiana.bank/event/4282