Financial Sector Cybersecurity: Fight Back Against Emerging Threats

Join us for “Charting Evolving FinServ Cyberthreats,” a complimentary webinar sponsored by Cooperative Systems.

When: Tuesday April 23, 2024, 1:00-2:00 P.M.

Stop Cyberthreats Before They Start

Banks, credit unions, and financial services are being targeted more fiercely than any industry, with twice as many unique cyber incidents reported in 2023 than the year before, a 55% increase. But you can fight back. Our industry experts will break down where current and emerging threats are coming from and the ways you can arm your company against cyberattacks.

Attend this webinar to learn about:

  • Current and emerging threats
  • Why the financial sector is a key target
  • How cybercriminals are accessing networks
  • Assets they’re targeting
  • Keys to recognizing attacks
  • Immediate mitigation steps

Get Actionable Strategies from IT Experts

Steve Leventhal, CEO at cyber risk advisor Fellsway Group, is an accomplished leader in the cybersecurity and IT solutions industry. He plays a pivotal role in guiding clients’ strategic directions. Scott Spatz, partner and President at Cooperative Systems, brings more than 22 years of IT experience to the table in guiding clients’ technology and cybersecurity strategies.

The financial services sector is literally under attack, but Steve and Scott will give you the knowledge, tips, and tools you need to combat cyberattacks.

About the Sponsor

Event sponsor Cooperative Systems offers comprehensive managed IT Services tailored to meet your business’s unique needs, achieving superior performance through its holistic, strategic, and proactive approach, expert and insightful talent, and best-in-class technology tools and resources.

Arm Yourself Against Cyberthreats. Register now!

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