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This webinar will explain how white-collar crimes are often interconnected and why the line between legal and illegal activities has become so hazy for financial institutions.

Princeton, NJ ( November 8, 2006 – White-collar crime is coming soon to a all banking organizations. What can banks do to prevent it? How well do banks understand the FFIEC’s newly revised ‘Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering (BSA/AML) Examination Manual’? The new manual is loaded with changes that could challenge an institution’s security procedures and policies. The new FFIEC manual explains supervisory expectations and incorporates regulatory changes that have been put in place since the manual's original 2005 release.

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) is working hard to help banking organizations understand and implement processes that comply with the Bank Secrecy Act and protect operations from money laundering and terrorist financing. Are all banks compliant?

A key challenge addressed in the revised manual is white-collar crime. White-collar criminals seek personal financial gain at the expense of companies and investors.

White-collar crime is growing faster than our networked, global economy. Financial institutions are especially at risk. High-profile cases like ‘Enron’ and ‘Arthur Andersen’ are all over the news. Executives everywhere must understand their company’s vulnerabilities and implement secure systems and policies.

This webinar will be presented by by Sidney L. Pearl CISSP, ISO 27001, IAM. Sidney has extensive experience in providing strategic consulting services to multinational clientele of governments, corporations, and non-profit organizations. In his previous position as a Director of the Electronic Discovery Practice at LECG, LLC, he led a team of experts in all areas of Information Security. He served in the US Navy for 19 years where he specialized in satellite, voice and data communications systems, cryptography, LAN/WAN, and information assurance for the Department of Defense. Prior to joining LECG, he served as the Chief Technology and Security Officer at Crowe Chizek and Company LLC. During this time, He managed 90 Information Security consultants around the country in the delivery of ISO 17799, GLBA, HIPAA, FISMA, FFIEC, Sarbanes-Oxley, penetration testing, network security assessments, network architecture, and e-Disovery services to global Fortune 500 companies. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), ISO 27001 Information Security Management Systems (ISMS) Auditor, Checkpoint Certified Security Administrator and Engineer (CCSA/CCSE).

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