Wednesday, February 14, 2018: Cybersecurity is a constant threat to every organization. These threats are becoming more sophisticated and the anonymity of the internet is providing a worldwide footprint for hackers. As organizations fortify their defenses against brute force attacks from outside intrusion, one area of vulnerability remains as a threat to all organizations – our employees. Through phishing, malware, or simple theft, employees are the most difficult vector for defense because of the balance of risk and operational efficiency. We will discuss examples of these threats and ways to minimize their risks.
Joel Kumabe is the Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Hawaii State Federal Credit Union, one of the largest credit unions in Hawaii. Mr. Kumabe has been with the credit union for over 11 years and is responsible for directing and controlling the credit union’s technology, future technology innovations and implementing the IT strategic plan. He has more than 30 years of technology industry experience, including more than 17 years in banking. He has experience at Ernst & Young, Bank of Hawaii, HMSA and Kamehameha Schools/Bishop Estate. Mr. Kumabe has a BBA and MBA from the University of Hawaii.
General Membership Meeting
Non Members: $20.00
Accepted payments: PayPal (minimum $20 – 3% fee added for credit/debit card payments), check through mail, or cash or check payment on day of meeting*
When: Wednesday, February 14, 2018
11:30 am to 1:30 pm*
NO REFUNDS AFTER FEBRUARY 14TH!
Where: First Hawaiian Center
Maika’i Conference Room
999 Bishop Street
Honolulu, HI 96813
Discounted Parking at First Hawaiian Ctr
RSVP: By Monday , February 12, 2018
firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your questions to Mr. Kumabe with your reservation.