Coordinating Internal Cross-Cooperation Efforts among BSA/AML Units, Cyber Security and Information Technology

  • When: April 4, 2018
  • Time: 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM ET
  • Level: Intermediate, Advanced

Cybercrime has become a major concern for financial institutions worldwide. The growing number of cyber-attacks requires collaboration among BSA/AML, fraud and information technology (IT) professionals to identify, report and mitigate cyber-enabled crime. Our panelists will discuss policies and procedures that will facilitate enterprise wide efforts, as well as practical strategies for recovering from and even preventing cyber hacks.

Learning Objectives

  • Incorporating practical strategies to foster collaboration among BSA/AML, cybersecurity and IT professionals
  • Reviewing case studies and models that enhanced collaboration and sharing of information enterprise wide
  • Analyzing recent regulatory and law enforcement initiatives requiring financial institutions to increase collaboration efforts

Who Should Attend

  • Compliance Officers
  • Information Technology
  • Cyber-related Personnel
  • Risk Managers
  • Industry Consultants


  • Global
  • North America
  • Bank


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Brita S. Bayatmakou
  • Brita S. Bayatmakou, CAMS

  • Managing Director, Financial Intelligence Unit
  • Charles Schwab


Jake Norwood
  • Jake Norwood

  • Director, Cyber Intelligence Center
  • Citi

M.K. Palmore
  • M.K. Palmore

  • Assistant Special Agent in Charge – Cyber Program
  • Information Security Executive
  • FBI San Francisco – Cyber Branch

Patrick A. Westerhaus
  • Patrick A. Westerhaus

  • Vice President, Manager
  • Cyber Crime Intelligence Unit (CCIU)