U.S. Bank programs with a college and high school in Ohio give students hands-on experience in information security
The U.S. Bank Information Security Services team recently celebrated its first year participating in a partnership with Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, that has students at the school compete in a semester-long case study.
The students, who participated in the case study as part of their college coursework, developed a playbook for outsourcing operations, something many large companies do. It’s part of a program that began with the U.S. Bank Operations Services group two years ago and also included Information Security Services this school year.
“The case was assigned to the students at the beginning of January after U.S. Bank leaders collaborated with Miami faculty to develop the scenario,” said Rebecca Merson, associate director of cybersecurity partnerships for U.S. Bank. “During the term, students were able to present us with questions they had, and a subject matter expert would formulate a response to help drive the case study.”
The students also visited the U.S. Bank Global Security Operations Center in Cincinnati and saw how a state-of-the-art information security hub operates. While there, they also went on the first tour offered in years of the site’s cash vault.
At the end of the program, the students presented their case studies to a panel of U.S. Bank technology and operations leaders.
“While the program is focused on the students’ development, our Operations Services leadership did see some possible real-world applications of things that were part of the students’ projects,” said Charles Banks, information security manager for U.S. Bank.
The program’s end also featured a celebratory dinner with the students and U.S. Bank leaders where Tim Held, the bank’s chief information security officer, delivered a keynote address that introduced students to some of the benefits of working on the bank’s cybersecurity team.
“This program enables us to be engaged with the local university and community as well as giving us the opportunity to recruit students who could potentially join the company,” Merson said. “We are excited to continue it in the years to come.”
High school cyber academy
The U.S. Bank Information Security Services team also participates in an industry/business partnership program at Lakota High School, near Cincinnati. The Lakota Cyber Academy is designed to offer students a head start on a successful career path in the fast-growing cybersecurity profession, Banks said.
The Cyber Academy is the first program of its kind, he said, and was designed alongside the bank’s industry partners to develop a local pool of talent in cybersecurity.
The program launched in 2019 and recently ranked in the top of a national cybersecurity competition that included 1,000 high schools and 6,000 colleges, Banks said.
“They were the top high school in the competition and ranked in the top 10 overall,” he said.
Students who complete the program graduate with Ethical Hacking and Security+ certifications that are recognized in the cybersecurity industry and required for U.S. government work, Banks said. Several of the students have been already hired to full-time cybersecurity roles ahead of their high school graduation in May.
It includes visits to the U.S. Bank Global Security Operations Center, mentoring by U.S. Bank leaders and in-person presentations at Lakota High School.
“The students can continue learning about cybersecurity in college if they attend college, and we’re also looking at potentially providing job opportunities for participants who graduate high school and aren’t able to go to college right away,” Banks said. “The program is a mix of community outreach and recruiting for us.”
The Ohio School Boards Association recently presented U.S. Bank its Friend of Education Award for the bank’s dedication to the Lakota Cyber Academy, and the school district also named U.S. Bank the Lakota Cyber Academy’s Business Partner of the Year for 2023.
“We were honored to receive these awards and are excited to have the opportunity to help young students develop practical skills,” Banks said.
The Miami University and Lakota High School partnerships are just two ways U.S. Bank supports cybersecurity education. Another is through providing scholarships for cybersecurity students at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
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The new data is from the proprietary and third annual Healthcare Payments Insight Report from U.S. Bank.
The nonprofit organization led by Jennifer Openshaw provides girls with business education similar to an MBA.
From defying unwritten rules to shaping those written, Kathy Goucher left her mark on U.S. Bank.
The U.S. Bank mortgage leader reflects on how its passage opened the door for his family.
With U.S. Bank funding, the center is opening on the site of a convenience store burned down during 2014 unrest.
New live video enhancements give customers support and guidance from their local branch banker, wherever they are.
The branch is located in the first officially recognized LGBTQ+ neighborhood in the United States.
U.S. Bank is supporting and celebrating customers with a social media campaign as economy recovers.
U.S. Bank recently donated $1 million to Chicago nonprofit CNIMFG to expand access to capital.
The pandemic has brought an urgency to tackling what have been taboo conversations for many families.
U.S. Bank and nonprofit PACE have helped the business stay on track for growth as it has navigated COVID-19.
The Royal British Legion is using cashless terminals to collect donations supporting service members and families.
U.S. Bancorp subsidiary pivots to meet digital needs of its more than 1 million customers worldwide.
Elavon will provide payment services to Societe Generale’s business clients in eight countries.
The acquisition is part of Elavon’s strategy to help customers become more digital, efficient.
Elavon CEO Jamie Walker says acquisition will benefit customers of both companies.
We teamed up with Microsoft and nonprofit Women in Voice for a virtual hackathon event.
King spoke about living as a legacy to parents Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King.
The list has been a cultural staple for nearly five decades.
We are committed to supporting veterans and their families.
We are growing our role as a leader in financing the ski industry under Jennifer Kaufman.
U.S. Bank intern Ryan Poehler is paying it forward on campus and grateful for those who have done the same in the workplace.
We are partnering with artists who helped create the Black Lives Matter street mural in uptown Charlotte.
Under Jonathan York, the team has been growing in the Windy City as competitors have left town.
Washington bankers took mobile banking to the next level after a customer service emergency.
Our chairman, president and CEO recently spoke with the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.
Our tax credit equity investments are helping to build affordable housing, showcase cultural artwork and more.
The rapid integration enables improved choice and flexibility for customers when linking third-party apps with their accounts.
We won the top honor in three U.S. regions: Great Lakes, Plains and Southwest.
Our travel rewards credit card launches as desire to travel again takes off.
Our employees will provide on-site counsel and guidance on financial, payments, technology and innovation topics.
We’re partnering with the nonprofit organization for the pilot program in Denver and Chicago.
We’re launching three new initiatives to meet growing needs of clients.
The U.S. Bank Freight Payment Index is a quarterly analysis of national shipments and spend.
Earlier this year, we launched a new passive currency hedging service powered by Lumint technology.
This feature further enhances our leading corporate accounts receivable automation service.
Businesses will have until March 31, 2021 to apply or until funds run out.
We are joining the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Bureau of the Fiscal Service Mentor-Protégé Program.
AP Optimizer connects businesses to the established Bottomline Paymode-X network of 450,000 suppliers.
The tool is powered by currency management provider Lumint Corporation’s industry-leading technology.
The card offers rewards for takeout and delivery, as well as streaming services.
The Human Rights Campaign Foundation released its 2021 Corporate Equality Index.
She was part of a Top Team recognized by American Banker’s Most Powerful Women in Banking and Finance program.
U.S. Bank invested $3.7 million to transform the building with a focus on historical education and anti-racism.
The performance honored North Carolina-born drummer and composer Max Roach.
Martin brings twenty years of industry experience and an established record of success.
Eduardo Arteaga will compete at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships 2021 in late February.
As part of broad commitment, U.S. Bancorp Community Development Corporation is working to deepen relationships with Black developers.
The debit cards made with ROBP offer customers new way to show their love of the ocean and help the environment.
We pledge to do our part to combat biases and acts of violence against Asian American and Pacific Islander communities.
Martin will lead the Commercial Banking group in the St. Louis market.
When disaster strikes, our Mobile Financial Center ensures customers have access to essential banking services.
The patented Pay Yourself First feature gives customers intelligent recommendations to increase savings.
Our $4.2 million NMTC investment helped a pharmaceutical manufacturer expand operations.
We helped clients raise billions in the fixed income and loan capital markets.
Our retail payments head Steve Mattics discusses the design process behind the new U.S. Bank Altitude Go.
U.S. Bank will become the presenting partner of the annual Salute to the Negro Leagues game.
The regional Commercial Banking leader’s expanded portfolio at U.S. Bank spans from Pacific Northwest to the Rockies.
State Farm customers can receive cash back on insurance premium payments and the things they buy every day.
Stern, a 20-year veteran of U.S. Bank, will assume the role effective May 17, 2021.
The U.S. Bank Foundation grants were distributed to AAPI organizations across the country.
New business credit card was uniquely designed for business owners, by business owners.
U.S. Bank among first banks to use The Clearing House's new real-time payments system.
The new data is from a proprietary survey conducted online among 3,000 women and men across the United States.
We have a long history of community development and engagement in the neighborhood.
Customers are encouraged to access mobile and digital banking services or its ATM network that afternoon.
Customers can borrow between $100 and $1,000 with no hidden fees.
The bank is partnering with Girl Scouts of Western Ohio to provide hands-on training at its Cyber Defense Center.
The place-based investment approach continues with $1 million in grants to 40 small businesses on South and West Sides of Chicago.
The cards offer spending rewards and convenient technology such as contactless payment capabilities.
New process is designed to serve single-owner businesses seeking up to $250,000.
Digital checking account openings up 200% year-over-year following launch of new application experience.
We’re also rebuilding in our hometown Minneapolis to continue to support customers.
The executive appointments further our commitment to people, diversity, equity and inclusion, and business transformation.
We partnered with fintech company Alacriti.
Customers are encouraged to visit service information webpage or contact designated phone line.
Agreement will allow customers to connect their data using an application programming interface.
The first branch to be located at 201 S. Tryon Street in historic Uptown area.
State Farm and its affiliates are the largest providers of auto and home insurance in the United States.
The app now also has a Spanish language option.
We rebuilt the app from scratch based on insights from customers.
The Harris Poll ranking polled Americans on resolve, trustworthiness, responsiveness and permanence.
It makes funds available faster and more often as merchants receive payments from customers.
Loans have the potential to support more than 800,000 employees across the country.
Godridge and Kelligrew have co-led the division for the past four years.
A unique voice-forward approach will give customers a simplified, intuitive way to bank unlike any other – just ask.
Terry Vaughn and others have found their home at a new apartment community funded by U.S. Bank.
The seven CDFIs receiving capital are across the country.
The program supports female and minority entrepreneurs driving innovation in environmental sustainability.
Accessibility consultant Christina Granquist shares how designing for disabilities shaped the new voice assistant in the U.S. Bank Mobile App.
The virtual event brought together founders, philanthropists and executives to talk about money
Digital portal makes it easier to upload documents, retrieve asset and income information.
It is a series of initiatives across the business to increase wealth building opportunities, starting with the Black community.
The annual list is based on independent surveys.
He shares how the death of George Floyd has reawakened personal memories and has spurred professional action.
The magazine publishes the list annually.
The well-being of our customers, colleagues and communities continues to be our top priority.
John McCoy is thriving at U.S. Bank and takes pride in calling himself a banker.
The continually improving feature is one of many ways that we have served customers amid the pandemic.
Our top priority is to keep people safe.
The community-inspired card design empowers customers to turn simple payments into meaningful actions.
We’ve relied on both technology and ingenuity to serve customers amid the pandemic.
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