In lieu of a recent thread of cyber threats - like yesterday's OpUSA threats of Distributed Denial of Service - it's critical to make sure your credit union's cloud computing system is secure.
In lieu of a recent thread of cyber threats – like yesterday’s OpUSA threats of Distributed Denial of Service – it’s critical to make sure your credit union’s cloud computing system is secure.
Join in on Jeramie Stoner’s webinar, “FFIEC Guidance on Cloud Computing: Considerations for Credit Unions” on Tuesday, May 21 from 2-3:30 p.m. Central Time.
While cloud computing serves as an attractive option for many credit unions from a technology and cost standpoint, it’s important to assess the risks and security, which can be time-consuming and take away from the convenience of such a system.
Stoner will explore the security concerns credit unions need to consider when evaluating cloud solutions, as well as how to assess them. Credit union decision makers who are currently using or are considering using a cloud-computing model in which all or part of the service is outsourced are encouraged to register for this webinar.
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