Track: Track A
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
This session will cover mobile device management for your internal corporate employees. We will discuss the flavors of mobile device management technical deployments and how each deployment type will impact your compliance environment. We will also discuss honoring data privacy, cyber security and e-Discovery obligations once corporations allow users to bring their own smartphones, tablets and other devices into the enterprise. This session is useful to attend even if your particular enterprise is not deploying BYOD, as many of your vendors are. We will conclude our discussions with appropriate representations and warranties that you should extract from vendors that hold your highly regulated data on mobile devices.
As a result of new CFPB mortgage servicing rules which will be in effect January 2014 hot button rules like Continuity of Contact, Error Resolution and Info Requests and Loss Mit Procedures will be keeping technology professionals on their toes for a long time coming. This panelís goal is to give some additional thinking and advisement around how to know and adhere to what these new rules require, facilitate auditability and unify existing systems while updating processes in an ever-changing regulatory environment. This session will also look into the future at what new rules or tweaks to existing rules might come into effect that you need to plan for.
A new era of appraising is upon us where appraisers are starting to take advantage of analytics that only computers can perform. Appraisers are starting to use computer-aided appraising technology to produce property valuations that are based on science and data to increase accuracy and transparency in collateral valuations, which are critical not only to the housing marketís recovery but also to the re-emergence of a true secondary market. Learn how computer-aided appraising technology will fundamentally change the way appraisals are performed and which valuation products produced are most appropriate for different loan types.
Many IT decisions can create some degree of business risk. It is important, therefore, to thoroughly understand change management associated with technology, its development and its implementation. To be effective, IT change management needs to provide visibility into the reasons for change, what benefits the change(s) provide, and what red flags to prepare for and how to address them. In this presentation, David Walton will discuss change management best practices, including those based on ITIL standards that are designed to align IT services with the needs of business. During the session, Walton will detail how organizations can plan, implement and measure improvements from a baseline prescribed by ITIL.