FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Madison, Wis. (July 8, 2015) – NASCUS and CUNA will team up again for the 2015 Cybersecurity Symposium in Denver, CO from August 24 – 25. Attendees of the two-day symposium will learn about the state of modern financial cybersecurity and gain actionable advice on how to fortify their credit unions’ cybersecurity platforms.
In addition, a live hack demonstration, a top U.S. Secret Service cybercrime expert and vulnerabilities in the payments system – Including Apple Pay and “chip and pin” will be included.
“Credit unions operate in an ever-changing digital environment where new risks emerge every day,” says Tracy Blaske, Director of Compliance Education at Credit Union National Association. “The cybersecurity symposium is an unparalleled opportunity for credit unions to prepare themselves for the countless cyber threats we face today.”
Sessions are led by a diverse team of cybersecurity experts with specializations in law enforcement, technology, hacking, insurance and more. The symposium is designed to offer valuable insights for credit union professionals in IT, security and compliance, as well as board members and executives.
Session topics will include:
For more information, visit cuna.org/cybersecurity.
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