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With the COVID-19 pandemic requiring many credit union employees to work remotely, the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) warns they should be strictly adhering to their organizations’ information security, and privacy policies and procedures. The organization has also outlined some key cybersecurity considerations your credit union should keep in mind as employees are working remotely.
Management should provide employees with effective training materials on common cyberattack ploys and share best practices for working remotely, such as those outlined below, to assist in mitigating potential cybersecurity risks to the credit union.
Credit unions should be prepared in the event a cyberattack does occur with proper policies and procedures. Furthermore, employees should be asked to follow protocol in the event they believe they have been compromised, such as:
Doeren Mayhew has a team of cybersecurity advisors to assist you in making sure your credit union’s controls, and policies and procedures help mitigate the potential for a cyberattack. Contact us today.
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