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Viviana Campanaro

Solutions Engineer Jack Henry & Associates Viviana provides subject matter expertise and sales support for Gladiator’s CoreDEFENSE and IT Regulatory Compliance/Policy Products. She is responsible for bringing education on security and regulatory compliance-oriented products and services to financial institutions throughout the nation. With 20 years of experience in information security and the financial services industry, Viviana has extensive knowledge of IT regulatory compliance. She has delivered information security awareness and training to audiences ranging from banking employees and technicians to management and boards of directors.

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COVID-19 and Cybersecurity: How Real are the Threats?

Posted by Viviana Campanaro

Wed, Apr 29, 2020 @ 09:30 AM

2020 takes a significant place in the history books. A global pandemic of unprecedented proportions has changed the lives of millions of people as they entered a new way of life and social distancing became the norm. Political campaigns during this Presidential election year in the US have taken a back seat to health and economic initiatives to sustain our country during the Coronavirus outbreak.

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Topics: Cybersecurity

Security Risk Assessments – A Balance of Risk and Controls

Posted by Viviana Campanaro

Wed, Nov 06, 2019 @ 09:29 AM

Risk – the possibility that something undesirable will occur – is always around us. And we make decisions based around risk every day, from the moment we take our first step, ride our first bike, drive our first car, or buy our first home. These types of risks are usually common and easily understood. As such, we have health insurance in case we get sick or injured, wear helmets on our bikes, wear seatbelts in our cars, and install alarm systems in our homes, all to reduce the risks around us. We understand that we can choose to either accept, transfer, or avoid the risks.

The way we manage security risk within the financial industry is similar, and yet, we often have difficulty doing it efficiently. Risk assessments can make us groan and very seldom make us happy, mostly because there are different types of assessments used to manage different types of risk. We check the compliance box, but don’t always have a complete picture of the issues that could result in a significant breach at the FI. So, how do we bridge the gap between business and security risk?

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Topics: Financial Institution, Cybersecurity, Risk/Fraud

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