BankInfoSecurity.com Launches Podcast Series in 2007 BankInfoSecurity.com Launches Podcast Series in 2007 The new podcast series hosted by BankInfoSecurity.com will see top information security experts help solve the pressing security risk management issues facing financial institutions.

Princeton, NJ (BankInfoSecurity.com) January 2, 2007– Interviews with leading information security experts and conversations with bank and credit union information security officers will be offered as podcasts on BankInfoSecurity.com website in 2007.

The podcasts will be free for download to registered users of the site and will range in length from a few minutes to 30 minutes. This format will make it easy for anyone at a financial institution’s information security department to listen and gain the information they need to better perform their job.

Regularly scheduled podcasts will pose a common problem or issue to information security personnel at financial institutions. The wider problems of risk management facing all financial institutions will also be covered.

Other podcasts will feature interviews with information security experts at financial institutions and well-known names in information security and financial services.

BankInfoSecurity.com’s podcasts will be available beginning January 2, 2007. The first podcast features Susan Orr, an ex-FDIC examiner answering questions on "Preparing for an Information Technology Regulatory Exam." For additional information about the BankInfoSecurity.com podcasts or to inquire about being part of this series, please visit: https://www.bankinfosecurity.com.



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