The German Banking Act (KWG) and MaRisk require banks to ensure the integrity, availability, authenticity and confidentiality of data in their IT systems and processes. But secure and efficient IT is also absolutely essential for the economic success of a credit institution.
The new “Banking Supervisory Requirements for IT” (BAIT) formulate concrete expectations. Among other things, the Federal Financial Supervisory Authority calls for the newly established function of “information security officer” in its directive. This officer controls the information security process and reports directly to the management.
In cooperation with the publishing house Bank-Verlag, SRC has already successfully completed six certificate courses to become an “Information Security Officer (ISB) for credit institutions”. After the great response and the continuing demand, we are pleased that the Bank-Verlag has made another date for this four-day certificate course possible.
From 17th to 20th November 2020, you will again have the opportunity to train as an “Information Security Officer (ISB) for Credit Institutions”
on the premises of Bank-Verlag GmbH in Cologne.
In a team with Heinrich Lottmann (TARGOBANK AG & Co. KGaA) and Alexandros Manakos (HSBC Germany), the SRC experts Dagmar Schoppe, Florian Schumann and Dr. Deniz Ulucay will give a lecture and provide you with comprehensive information on the norms and standards according to ISO and IT-Grundschutz, as well as on all legal/regulatory requirements relevant for you as an ISB. In addition, the topics of IT risks and emergency precautions as well as business continuity management will be addressed.
After passing the final examination, you will receive the certificate “Information Security Officer for Credit Institutions”.
Optionally, you have the opportunity to acquire the basic IT knowledge required for the course in a one-day intensive seminar on 16 November 2020
in Cologne prior to the event. This seminar deals with the basics, terms, encryption and IT security techniques in information technology.