WINDSOR, Conn., Feb. 3, 2014 — Former White House Chief Information Officer Theresa Payton will deliver the keynote address at the LIMRA LOMA Regulatory Compliance Exchange in New Orleans, La. on March 26-28.
Payton, who served from 2006-2008, was the first woman to hold the CIO position at the White House. Despite significant investments by companies in cyber security, attacks on these systems are becoming more complex and sophisticated. Payton's remarks will focus on how financial services companies can fight cybercrime and more effectively secure their assets.
"A rapidly evolving regulatory environment and heightened data security risks are among the top challenges compliance professionals are facing today," said Stephen Selby, director of Regulatory Services at LIMRA. "The Regulatory Compliance Exchange provides the latest information from industry experts on these issues and more. "
Held annually, the Regulatory Compliance Exchange is a meeting of compliance professionals to discuss regulatory issues and effective compliance practices from relevant experts and peers. Compliance executives from 18 different financial services companies will be involved in workshops and panel discussions around this year's theme "Intelligence for Imminent Regulatory Change."
Highlighted sessions include:
• A panel featuring officials from the SEC and FINRA, as well as regulators from the state of Washington and Iowa will discuss the current regulatory environment
• Senior compliance executives will present a workshop on evaluating risk, identifying compliance issues and the methods to properly report them
• A panel discussion with financial services industry compliance leaders covering the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) titled: "What You Don't Know Can Hurt You."
For more information and to register, please visit: 2014 LIMRA LOMA Regulatory Compliance Exchange.
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