Financial institutions depend on email for daily communications, meaning if email is compromised, the credit union and member information are also compromised. Chris Shelton shares three email security tools your credit union can implement to keep your information safe.
Cybersecurity can be a large and overwhelming topic, and with so many different areas to jump into, knowing where to start can be a difficult task. Thankfully, cybersecurity expert Andrew Hinson has some great tips for approaching cybersecurity from a higher level.
Business Continuity and Information Security expert Jim Lawrence shares knowledge from the FFIEC IT Examination Handbook on how to tackle operations in the data center.
As cyber liability insurance carriers recover from losses after increased ransomware attacks, the demand for multi-factor authentication has not only risen, but organizations may now be denied insurance if they lack appropriate security measures, says Patrick Sickels.
Launch Credit Union in conjunction with Launch CUSO Holdings, LLC is pleased and excited to announce the formation of VyFi, LLC (VyFi), a Credit Union Service Organization (CUSO) which specializes in helping Credit Unions audit and identify their cyber threats and meet their information security compliance and assessment mandates.
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.
Despite all the benefits that come with hosting email on a cloud environment, there are also a number of risks. Dave Wordhouse covers some of the ways cloud email might put a credit union at risk, and how you can tighten your email controls to better secure your credit union.
CUNA has called on the Treasury Department to create a national standard on digital assets, as they claim a lack of regulatory oversight has allowed FinTechs to gain an unfair market share that runs rampant with illicit activities. Emily Claus reports.