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October 21
October is CyberSecurity Awareness Month – Beware of Threats
Cyber threats are attacking us at every level, from homes, to businesses, to critical infrastructure including the recent attack on the Colonial Pipeline. Who are these cyber actors and how are they getting into our systems?  How can we protect ourselves in an age of wanting information at our fingertips and wanting applications to conveniently control everything?

Please join MITA on October 21st for a presentation on CyberSecurity threats and how they impact your business. Jeff Weeks, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer with First National of Nebraska, Inc. and Ken Schmutz, Supervisory Special Agent with the FBI will be offering their expertise on the latest threats. We hope to see you there.

Speakers:
Jeffrey C. Weeks
Senior Vice President & Chief Information Security Officer
First National of Nebraska, Inc.

Kenneth A. Schmutz
Supervisory Special Agent (SSA)
FBI Omaha, Cyber Task Force

Event Details
DATE:
Thursday, October 21, 2021

TIME:
8:00-8:30 am: Registration/Networking
(breakfast included)
8:30-11:00 am: Program

FEE:
Members: Free
Bronze Members: $35/person
Non-Members: $75/person

WHERE:
Tiburon Golf Club & Banquet Facility, 10302 South 168th Street, Omaha, NE

Registration
To Register: CLICK HERE

Or contact Gloria Penas at 402.596.1210, by email at mita@mitaonline.org.
 
Registration Deadline:  Monday, October 18 

Speakers
Jeffrey C. Weeks
Senior Vice President & Chief Information Security Officer
First National of Nebraska, Inc.
 
Mr. Weeks has been with First National of Nebraska, Inc. (FNN) for 22 years and is currently the Senior Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer responsible for FNN holding company Information Security. FNN is the holding company for the largest privately held bank in the United States, First National Bank of Omaha. The executive leadership and oversight provided by Jeff in the development, management and execution of information security for First National of Nebraska, Inc. ensures the company’s ability to posture and protect all private, personal information, and assets of the company’s clients, employees and business partners.

Jeff served in the United States Army active duty assigned to the XVIII Airborne Corps, in support of the 7 th Special Forces Group.

Jeff is a member of FS-ISAC (Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center), PPISC (Payments Processor Information Sharing Council), MBCA Advisory Board (Mid-Size Bank Coalition of America), and multiple advisory boards. He was also recently appointed as an FNBO Board member. Over the course of his career, he has been awarded several professional certifications including Certified Information System Security Professional (CISSP) and Carnegie Mellon Board Cybersecurity Oversight Certification.

Kenneth A. Schmutz
Supervisory Special Agent (SSA)
FBI Omaha, Cyber Task Force

SSA Schmutz graduated from Utah State University with a Bachelors and Masters degree in Information Systems. SSA Schmutz worked for 13 years in the private sector for IT companies prior to joining the FBI in 2004. SSA Schmutz investigated computer intrusions his whole career which included his time in Seattle, Chicago and the FBI’s Cyber Division in Washington DC where he focused on cyber threats to the critical infrastructure.  In August of 2012, SSA Schmutz was transferred to the Omaha Field Division where he serves as the supervisor of the FBI’s Cyber Task Force (CTF).

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