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Risk, Information Security, & Fraud Prevention Internship Opportunities

Risk Internship
Description:
Administrative support, including data entry, creation of presentations, etc.
Conduct analysis of key risk trends in the Banking industry.
Provide assistance with vendor management due diligence.
Create various internal and external reports.
Provide support with process improvement initiatives.
Fraud Prevention Internship
Description:
Provide support for active fraud cases and reporting.
Assist in the review of suspect transactions through system alert monitoring.
Review and update daily reports and logs.
Enhance fraud reporting using various Microsoft Office and database tools.
Scan paper files and organize PDF's as part of the Bank-wide paperless initiative.
Information Security Internship
Description:
Scan new and existing technology assets for vulnerabilities
Assist in reconciliations of IT assets in IT inventory and scanning tools
Review and follow up on phishing email alerts received from employees
Assist in update of disaster recovery program and work with Bank departments on testing
Assist in information security reviews of Bank's vendors including aspects of SOC reports
Assist in scanning and the review for PII assets in the network
Assist in reconciliations of IT assets in IT inventory and scanning tools
Participate in projects as needed
Qualifications:
An overall GPA of 3.5 is strongly preferred, along with 18 business related credits
Preference will be given to students who are entering their Junior and Senior year of college
Preference will be given to Cape Cod residents or those with housing arrangements already in place on Cape Cod.
Strong analytical and computer skills, as well as the ability to communicate well with both verbally and in writing are essential
Previous employment experience in a bank, accounting or finance environment is preferred
Strong customer service skills and experience preferred
Must have cyber security awareness to protect the digital environment, the Bank, and customers.


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