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Thursday, February 18, 2016
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02:00 PM - 03:00 PM ET
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Callahan & Associates, Inc.
In today's world of increasing — and increasingly larger — data breaches, protecting member and institutional data must be a priority for CEOs and other members of the C-Suite. This is no longer a problem with a solution that rests solely on IT. Many credit unions have already been breached, and no matter how much effort leaders put into preventing or mitigating a loss, losses will happen. It's no longer a question of "if" but "when."
Member trust is the most important asset at any credit union, and preparing to deal with a security incident from a leadership and member relationship standpoint should be on the agenda of every credit union leadership team.
Join Chris Howard, vice president of research at Callahan & Associates, for an open discussion on dealing with security breaches and best practices that can save the credit union's reputation.
Attendees of this webinar will learn:
Related Resource: Responding To Cyberthreats Is A Big Idea For 2016
This webinar has already taken place. Watch it On-Demand at CreditUnions.com/video. Click here.
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