Cybersecurity: Tips from Experts

Cybersecurity: Tips from Experts

Julie Gessner interviews a panel of cybersecurity experts to get answers to some of your biggest questions and discusses what steps you can take to protect your credit union and your members.

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Differentiating Types of Malware

Differentiating Types of Malware

As part of October’s cybersecurity month, Keegan Krajniak delves into the different types of malware and the various ways they work to get your members’ information.

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What We Can Learn from the Microsoft Exchange Hafnium Vulnerability

What We Can Learn from the Microsoft Exchange Hafnium Vulnerability

The Microsoft Exchange Hafnium vulnerability left many organizations’ email servers compromised. EVP of Technology Dave Wordhouse shares ways his organization clamps down on cybersecurity to mitigate the risk of compromised networks.

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COVID-19: How to Protect Your Members’ Mobile and Online Banking

COVID-19: How to Protect Your Members’ Mobile and Online Banking

In her second article on mobile banking during the pandemic, Barb Cooper discusses the rise in mobile banking scams, what your credit union can do to protect members, and what your members can do to protect themselves.

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The Delicate Balancing Act of Business Innovation and Cybersecurity Risk

The Delicate Balancing Act of Business Innovation and Cybersecurity Risk

In an increasingly interconnected industry, with new APIs opening the doors for greater integration of more platforms, risk lurks right around the corner. Patrick Sickels discusses the inherent risk of APIs, but why it’s an acceptable cost for business innovation.

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Cracking the Password Code (So Hackers Can’t Crack Yours)

Cracking the Password Code (So Hackers Can’t Crack Yours)

We’ve all heard the password speech before, but current conditions have made increased security an absolute necessity. Information Security Analyst Mike Bechtel offers six tips to keeping your accounts as protected as possible.

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Covering Your Bases: Remote Work Security Concerns for Credit Unions

Covering Your Bases: Remote Work Security Concerns for Credit Unions

As policies change and we all learn to adapt to new environments, many are taking advantage of the situation, trying to find weaknesses in credit union’s security. Matt Sawtell wants to make sure you have your bases covered and aren’t leaving your members vulnerable to an attack.

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Working Remotely: A Common Sense Approach Part One

Working Remotely: A Common Sense Approach Part One

Working remotely can be a challenge if you’ve never done it before, and it requires a great deal of planning and security. Focusing on the practical side of working from home, Michael Cirivello details what precautions you should be taking to keep your computer secure and how to spot suspicious behavior.

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Continuity At The Core: Planning For The Unexpected

Continuity At The Core: Planning For The Unexpected

In the first entry of his new series on business continuity, Jim Lawrence details the purpose behind business continuity and the overall benefits of having a plan that is consistently tested, updated, and improved upon.

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What We Learned at RSA: Phishing is Still King of All Scams

What We Learned at RSA: Phishing is Still King of All Scams

Phishing remains the King of All Scams. In this article, Dave Wordhouse and Patrick Sickels explain how and why, and offer thoughts on how to protect your own organization from this crime.

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