CONTACT: Shelton Roulhac, NASCUS Communications; email@example.com
August 19, 2020
NEW CYBERSECURITY TABLETOP EXERCISE FOR CREDIT UNIONS >$250m IN ASSETS
ARLINGTON, Va., and MADISON, Wis. (August 19, 2020) – NASCUS and CUNA are now accepting registration for Cybersecurity Response Exercise for credit unions greater than $250M webinar, scheduled for August 28 from 11:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. CT. During this tabletop exercise, executive-level credit union professionals and examiners will work through a plausible, simulated cybersecurity event. Credit union participants will be testing their current processes and procedures while credit union examiners will be determining how they would identify, analyze and fine-tune their supervisory approach.
Participants will receive a confidential After Action Report (AAR) that shares findings to highlight opportunities for improving general readiness.
- Test their ability to mitigate a cyber disruption using current cybersecurity measures
- Detect areas for improvement in cybersecurity preparedness
- Identify opportunities for cooperation between credit unions and credit union examiners
This event is co-delivered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the National Association of State Credit Union Supervisors and Credit Union National Association.
Registration for this webinar ends on August 27 and space is limited for this cybersecurity exercise. Learn more and reserve your spot here.
NASCUS is the national association that advocates for a strong and healthy state credit union system, and whose members include state regulatory agencies, credit unions, credit union leagues, and organizations that support the state credit union system. For more information about NASCUS, visit nascus.org.
Credit Union National Association (CUNA) is the only national association that advocates on behalf of all of America’s credit unions, which are owned by 115 million consumer members. CUNA, along with its network of affiliated state credit union leagues, delivers unwavering advocacy, continuous professional growth and operational confidence to protect the best interests of all credit unions. For more information about CUNA, visit cuna.org. To find your nearest credit union, visit YourMoneyFurther.com.
About Treasury OCCIP
The U.S. Department of the Treasury is the sector specific agency for the financial services sector. Within the department, the Office of Cybersecurity and Critical Infrastructure Protection (OCCIP) has an all-hazards mission to enhance the security and resilience of the financial services sector’s critical infrastructure. OCCIP collaborates with the public and private sector partners to address the hazards that pose an operational risk to the sector, including cyber and physical events.
Shelton Roulhac, Vice President, Communications, firstname.lastname@example.org or (703) 528-5974