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Three NCUA Representatives to Speak at Compliance/Risk Management and HR Conferences

We understand that regulations and trends are ever-evolving. That’s why we have invited three NCUA representatives to speak at the Compliance and Risk Management and HR Conferences, Wednesday, Sept. 27, and Thursday, Sept. 28, in Nashville.

That’s right—you can hear from three NCUA representatives! Here’s a look at what you will learn. Plus, you’ll have a chance to ask your NCUA-related questions.

NCUA Part 748 Incident Reporting

Joshua Walton, Regional Information System Officer, NCUA

This session will discuss:
• New for 2023 – Cyber Incident Response Rule
• Incident response reporting
• 2022 cyber-attack trends for credit unions in the Southern region
• New for 2023 – Information Security Examination Program

NCUA Payment Systems

Roger Nettie, Regional Electronic Payment Systems Specialist, NCUA

This session will discuss:
• An overview of the new payments specialists within NCUA
• Areas where examiners see risk
• Regulation E and UCC4 as it relates to payments
• Fedline self-assessment
• Common exam findings related to payments

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Resources for Credit Unions

Natasha C. Hewlett, Credit Union Diversity and Inclusion Program Officer, NCUA

In this session, Natasha Hewlett will discuss the 8th Cooperative Principle and how DEI helps credit unions create a workforce that represents the entire community.

Natasha has over 12 years as a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion strategist and educator for the Federal Government where over the years she has developed innovative and creative solutions to systematically shift the diversity paradigm across enterprises through educating and building partnerships. Natasha began her career in the Diversity space with the Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division and has held positions as a Deputy Chief Diversity officer, a Diversity & Inclusion Program Manager, and a Strategic Adviser to federal leaders on Diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity matters for over a decade.

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