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Tuesday, Oct. 25

8:30 a.m.
Registration, Continental Breakfast and Exhibitors

9:00 a.m.
Welcome

9:05 a.m.
The $80 Billion Gamble
Terry Rich, retired President and CEO of the Iowa Lottery
Your day’s going great… and then you get the unexpected call that a fraud may have occurred under your watch. Your decision and direction could affect jobs, your business and personal friend- ships. As most companies focus on external hacking and fraud, Terry Rich will discuss an internal vendor fraud case to explore how established checks and balances, and a little luck, helped crack the largest lottery fraud in US history.

10:15 a.m.
Break with Exhibitors

10:45 a.m.
The Magnificent Seven
Dan Hadaway, CISA, CISM, CRISC, Infotex
How can “mean hombres” be stopped from attacking and bullying the bank while keeping the community modern and prosperous? That is the question Yul Brenner and his team had to answer in The Magnificent Seven, and it is the same question technology, security, fraud and cybersecurity managers have to answer as a part of their day-to-day job. The answer: teaching the town to protect itself while encouraging it to be modern will keep it prosperous.
What seven technology trends should be considered in 2022 and beyond? How can bankers make sure the management team is ready to adopt to these trends as the bank’s risk appetite allows? Find out answers to those questions and more, including the following.
• How can these trends be considered in technology planning?
• How does the bank ensure new technologies can be adopted safely, both from a risk management and return-on-investment perspective?
• How can management be motivated to “build security in, not bolt it on?”
• What is a “security culture” and how can it be nurtured?

12:00 p.m.
Lunch

1:00 p.m.
Trends to Know for Success for the Bank and You
Jeff Rendel, Rising Above Enterprises
This engaging session is designed to give you tools to be a better bank leader. We will look outside the bank at current trends in the financial services industry, technology and consumer behaviors. Then we’ll look inside the bank with information on how you can lead yourself and team to successfully. Jeff will share ideas on applying influence to everyone in the bank and event to the customers you serve.

2:00 p.m.
Refreshment Break & Exhibitor Time

2:30 p.m.
Hot Topics in Bank Technology
Moderated by Jeff Rendel, Rising Above Enterprises
Join your fellow conference attendees to discuss some of the most pressing topics in bank technology today. This fast-paced session will draw knowledge from the group and will be something you won’t want to miss.

3:30 p.m.
Break

3:45 p.m.
Reporting Critical Information Security Areas Upstream
Buzz Hillestad, SBS Cybersecurity, Madison, SD
One of the most critical aspects of any information security program is communication and sharing information. It is especially true with Executives and the Board of Directors, who need to be educated and informed on all aspects of information security to ask better questions and make appropriate decisions. If the top level of the organization better understands the risks and the impact potential, it helps build an improved information security culture throughout the organization. So what do you need to report upstream to help the Board and Executives understand your ISP and risk?

4:45 p.m.
Reception & Exhibit Time

Wednesday, Oct. 26

7:45 a.m.
Full Breakfast

8:30 a.m.
Crypto Currency – Banking Crypto: Harnessing Opportunities
Scott Green, SHAZAM, Johnston
Learn more about cryptocurrency, current issues and more and what it means for financial institutions.

9:40 a.m.
Banking on Chaos and Disorder
Tim Leonard, CIO, Commercial Bank of Texas
Community Bankers are bombarded with headlines talking about generational disruption, competing fintechs, regulation and cyberattacks. It makes many want to throw up their hands and seek another career – but wait! Tim Leonard will use clips from beloved science fiction movies to demonstrate how chaos is part of the natural order and how it should be embraced so banking careers can survive in this most wicked environment.

10:40 a.m.
Break

10:50 a.m.
Take Off the Mask – Is Your Life Story Worth Telling
Dan Meers, Mascot, Kansas City Chiefs
It’s been said that if you ask a man his occupation you will find out how he pays his bills, but if you ask a man his preoccupation then you will discover the passion of his life. Dan Meers has a rather unique occupation. For over 25 years he has paid his bills by working as “KC Wolf” the mascot of the Kansas City Chiefs. However, Dan’s preoccupation, what he is truly passionate about is encouraging others to strive for the best in life and to enjoy it each and every step along the way. Dan believes that your life is like a Coin. You can spend it anyway you wish but you will only get to spend it one time, so spend it wisely. During this presentation Dan shares some of the valuable lessons he’s learned during his long career as a professional mascot. Whether at home, work or in the community, Dan challenges his audience to live each day to the fullest by wisely investing their lives and not just spending them.

Noon
Adjourn

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