Now that we're essentially six or seven months into the pandemic, which has obviously resulted in today's drastically different working conditions -- that being primarily a remote workforce, it's becoming increasingly evident that much of the work-from-home movement is here to stay. So what does this mean for remote workers' security -- especially at credit unions?
We all knew it was a bit of a risk in the beginning when literally millions migrated home to work. But now that we're half a year into this, where are we now with this forced model and how do we continue to keep the bad guys at bay when there are so many other online variables at play now working from home?
Many credit union CEOs main concern in this area is simply: Are we covered remotely? After all, fraud activity has never been higher but thankfully credit unions have stayed out of the headlines when it comes to getting majorly hacked. But for how long, though?
To answer these questions and more, we invited PURE IT Credit Union Services VP of Business Development Kyle Stutzman and DefenseStorm Vice President of Emerging Technology Alex Hernandez on the show to address what's happening now and where we're going in our new world.
Very timely discussion here, so check it out and let us know your thoughts.
Mike Lawson, Host
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