Cyber insurance has become essential in the past few years, with regulators expecting it of their credit unions, and many credit unions expecting it of borrowers. However, there are gaps in insurance that can leave businesses, and in turn credit unions, open to risk, says expert Brett Helm.
Leaving your credit union’s cybersecurity up to vendors and programs won’t help you be as prepared as you should be when it comes to potential risks. Patrick Schumaker shares his experience in getting cybersecurity certified and why your credit union employees should be too.
Cybercriminals are always working on their attack methods and finding ways to compromise identities and accounts. Multi-factor authentication, Brian Henderson explains, is a critical tool in protecting your credit union, your employees, and in turn, your members.