Interviews Doug Johnson, American Banking Association Interviews Doug Johnson, American Banking Association Princeton, NJ ( February 26, 2007 -- The largest banking association’s senior policy advisor gave his insights into what financial institutions really need during a podcast with’s interview with Doug Johnson shows financial institutions the direction that regulatory bodies may take in the future. Doug Johnson serves as the American Bankers Association’s Senior Policy Advisor for Government Relations, where he is involved in a variety of public policy and compliance issues. He has assisted in the ABA’s release of a series of tools to deter bank robberies, assess information technology risk, deter phishing, and safeguard customer information.

Doug represents the ABA on the Financial Services Sector Coordinating Council, which advises the federal bank regulatory agencies on homeland security and critical infrastructure protection issues, and he serves on the BITS/Financial Services Roundtable Security and Risk Assessment Steering Committee. He is also an advisory board member of the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center, a private corporation that works with government to provide the financial sector with cyber and physical threat and vulnerability information, as part of the nation’s homeland security initiative.

Johnson’s interview offers listeners the opportunity to hear what new regulations and guidance the ABA is anticipating from regulatory agencies and the ABA’s views on evolving threats and information security issues. To listen to the podcast, click to . A transcript of the interview is also available.

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