How Credit Unions Build Cyber Resilience
A Unique Combination of Security and Technology Education
The key principle of credit union cyber resilience is to adopt a continuous improvement mindset. To be resilient is to share cybersecurity knowledge. Any time you can, it is always a good idea to build your network of fellow security leaders.
The past few years have been a case study in resilience, and security leadership teams have been busy. You modified operations to instantly support remote staff. You mitigated against malicious actors. You successfully kept your credit union, and your members, safe. But now, the burnout creep is real.
As we embark on the horizon ahead, it is time to collaborate and learn with a like-minded tribe. Now that we are maturing from surviving to thriving in an uncertain environment, it is time to rethink technology strategy.
Resiliency requires a cohesive strategy. By sharing information, we can avoid segmenting these core disciplines. Silos don't work in security strategy. Finding educational events that offer a diverse sampling across these disciplines is key. These powerful events allow opportunities to collaborate and share towards cyber resilience. Additionally, our entire industry improves when we strengthening our niche professional networks.
By leveraging the credit union industry's unique ability to collaborate, powerful cross- organizational learning occurs. , Frankly, we all benefit from this collective learning model.
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