Under the terms of this agreement, ISMG will make its entire library of webinar training programs available at discounted rates to the PBA's members. This library includes timely sessions on risk assessment, incident response, vendor management and anti-money laundering - hot topics for banking/security leaders, presented in programs that previously had been available only at premium rates.
PBA, which will actively promote ISMG's webinar to its members, has created a dedicated page on its site showcasing the webinars, along with interviews with practitioners and pundits in security and banking:
"Our webinars and online training have become synonymous with the value our users see in our content," says Mike D'Agostino, ISMG Marketing Manager. "Pennsylvania Bankers Association sees our depth of knowledge on risk management and security topics within banking, and they understand their members would benefit by learning from our expertise and experience."
ISMG intends for this to be the first of many such agreements with other state banking associations.
About ISMG: With members representing over 13,000 financial institutions, and regular input from federal banking agency officers and their own board of advisors, ISMG delivers webinars and online training that is focused, timely and -- most important -- useful. Presented by actual practitioners and industry experts, each presentation (ranging from 90 minutes to two-plus hours) delivers how-to and practical information on the inner-workings of information security programs at financial institutions. For more on ISMG's training offerings, view the webinar calendar:
About PBA: Since 1895, the Pennsylvania Bankers Association (PBA) has been representing the banking industry across the Keystone State at the state and federal level. In addition, the PBA conducts some of the finest seminars, academies and schools available to bankers anywhere in the United States. The Pennsylvania Bankers Association is a member-driven organization that relies on a variety of banker committees to shape PBA policy and programs. Through this member input, the PBA has maintained a standard of excellence that is unrivaled in the industry. Today, the PBA is considered one of the strongest and most respected trade associations in Pennsylvania.
For more information: Contact Mike D'Agostino at firstname.lastname@example.org.