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Are You Prepared for Your Next IT Security Exam?

The NCUA Report highlights the “Top 10” areas examiners review.
NCUA’s AIRES baseline scope and information technology (IT) questionnaires provide instructions for examiners to identify and assess potential IT security risks and cyber threats.
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Address These Questions in ‘BYOD’ Policies

Adopt policies curtailing employees’ use of personal devices on secure networks.
Whether or not it’s against your credit union’s policy, at least some of your employees are using their personal devices at work.
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Keep Key Staff

Employees with essential skills could be at risk of leaving as hiring picks up.
Consider the importance of turnover and staffing trends in your strategic planning process.
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Security Remains A Top Concern

A wave of DDoS attacks struck financial institutions earlier this year.
The rapid increase of online and mobile transactions underscore the need for tight controls.
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Tech Priorities

Rising costs for software and third-party services squeeze CUs’ IT budgets.
Anticipate larger IT budgets for new tech initiatives and maintenance of existing services and software.
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Don't Delegate Security Responsibilities

CUs have a tendency to 'hand the keys over' so they don’t have to worry about cloud computing.
Make sure your vendor continues to invest in its infrastructure so it provides a high level of service and availability.
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The Path to The Cloud

Cloud computing isn’t without risk. But the improved efficiencies and lower costs the cloud creates point toward a bright future.
'The cloud turns computing into a utility.'
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Head in the Clouds

We’re in the midst of a technology shift, and the cloud is playing a key role.
With the cloud, you can develop, deliver, deploy, and consume as fits your business.
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