Hundreds of Credit Union Security Leaders Secure Critical Data with Arctic Wolf
Credit unions continue to be prime targets for cybercriminals due to the highly confidential nature of the data they possess. Adding to the complexity of protecting sensitive data, they must also comply with stringent federal and state regulations and industry compliance requirements.
While they are expected to battle all the same challenges, credit unions typically have smaller operating budgets and fewer resources than larger regional or national financial institutions. Lack of visibility across a patchwork of siloed systems, compliance and reporting obligations and overburdened teams distilling thousands of alerts from multiple systems compound the industry’s ongoing challenge to fortify defenses against increasingly sophisticated attacks.
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Threats & Concerns
The most common cybersecurity threats facing credit unions today:
Account Takeovers (ATO)
Insider attack, in which an employee or trusted vendor compromises an institution’s data
Vulnerabilities via the adoption of new fintech exposing credit unions to more attack openings
Nearly half of all credit unions could have critical vulnerabilities in their technology.
Cyberattacks on credit unions could result in financial risk of up to $1.2M.
of consumers notified of fraud changed their credit union or bank.
of credit unions that have breached employee credentials available on the dark web.
of credit unions may have critical unpatched vulnerabilities on their systems.