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Cybersecurity:   Is Your Credit Union Penetrable?

Every day, hackers find new ways to breach cyberdata. How vulnerable is your members’ confidential information?

Let security expert Steve Stasiukonis help you answer your cybersecurity questions as he discusses how to:

  • Determine internal and external network visibility
  • Locate vulnerable network points
  • Ensure that your credit union’s confidential data is secure
  • Discover potential social media vulnerabilities

Who should attend?

  • Information Technology
  • Security
  • Risk Management
  • Operations
  • Internal Audit
  • Compliance

Meet the presenter:
With over 15 years in the security industry, Steve Stasiukonis serves as president of Secure Network Technologies, focusing on penetration testing, information security risk assessments, incident response, and digital investigations. Steve carries numerous security certifications by various organizations as well as the National Security Agency. Steve also serves as columnist for Information Week magazine and DarkReading.com, with articles syndicated across the globe to numerous media outlets.

 
Registration Investment: $195 for League Members
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