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Cryptocurrency has continued to steal headlines. Although bitcoin has seen its fair share of surges and crashes, the forecasts all point to it growing in popularity in the years to come. While many of us choose whether or not to join the craze, we cannot ignore the rising value and power of its foundation – block chain. With the ability to create secure and convenient alternatives to time-consuming and expensive banking processes, this revolutionary technology is expected to plunge the financial institutions industry into a transformational period in the years to come.

Join this complimentary webinar to gain insight on how block chain technology will evolve the way financial institutions do business.

Gain Insight On . . .

  • What bitcoin is and why it was created
  • The inter-workings of block chain
  • The future of block chain technology in the financial institutions industry
  • Benefits of using block chain technology in banking processes

Learning Objectives

  • To understand the creation of block chain for its use in bitcoin
  • Learn about block chain’s evolution and developing uses for financial institutions

Who Should Attend

C-suite executives, senior management and anyone interested in learning about block chain and its future.


Earn 1 credit of specialized knowledge and applications CPE through a group-online delivery method. No prerequisites or advanced planning for this basic-course level.


Brad Atkin, CPA, CISA, CITP – Shareholder, IT Audit and Security Assurance
John Hock, CPA, CISA – Manager, IT Audit and Security Assurance


To inquiry about complaint and program cancellation policies, please contact our office at 248.244.3000. Due to this program being offered free of charge, there will be no refunds issued.

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