You may have heard about the “WannaCry Ransomware,” but if you don’t know what it is or what it might do to your company - this webinar is for you. As hundreds of thousands of companies around the world recover from the crippling effects of WannaCry, you may be asking, “Is my company safe from the next wave of ransomware?" In this webinar, we’ll explain in nontechnical terms what the WannaCry software is, and explain where it came from, describe what it does to its victims, and provide very simple steps to protect yourself from the next round predicted to digitally impact networks globally. And we’ll also explain how most US companies were lucky to not be a victim - and not because they were protected. Finally, we will also describe how these same companies (maybe your company) are still at risk.
Until recently, many companies were completely unaware of ransomware and the crippling effects this newly evolved strain of cyber extortion. And anyone who is aware of this debilitating attack often feels helpless when faced with ways to protect themselves. But they shouldn’t. There are practical steps and simple solutions that you can take to prevent or contain the crippling aftermath of a cyberattack.
Your technology infrastructure is essential for providing your members the community-oriented service they expect from you. If not properly secured, your organization is exposed to many dangers including compliance liabilities and hackers that can result in threats to your members’ data and the loss of customer confidence.
At the same time, most credit unions security architecture evolved as a patchwork of add-on tools and approaches. Consequently, while protecting your members’ information and providing them value are top priorities for credit unions, it can be challenging to accomplish these goals when it comes to considering your budget. Your legacy architecture is significantly harming your IT Security practices and probably causing your credit union a negative security ROI.
In this webinar, you will find out the defined ROI of cybersecurity and how working with your service partners to identify a modern IT Security Architecture can help your CU not only be more secure but also a more efficient member-focused organization.
Cyber threats are becoming more pervasive, sophisticated, and complex. Despite the reputational, financial, operational, and regulatory impact of a cybersecurity event, cybersecurity is still too often viewed as an IT problem – so organizations only look to IT for solutions. This WiBinar will discuss how to create a cyber ecosystem and operationalize the TIE framework.