This article uses bank and credit union regulatory references to back-up recommended best practices for business continuity planning.
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As states announce their intentions for the new R-SAT, we will add them to this list. We expect most state-charted institutions will be contacted about the R-SAT.
In August 2020, the CISA published an alert regarding a malicious actor using COVID-19 as an opportunity for phishing and compromising credentials.
On Tuesday, October 13, 2020, a Ransomware Self-Assessment Tool (R-SAT) was released to state-chartered financial institutions. Read this article for FAQs about the R-SAT.
In the process of conducting a work from home risk assessment, once you have identified reasonably foreseeable threats to your organization and data, the next step is to evaluate and implement controls.
Securing customer, member, and organization data while employees work remotely takes on a unique angle when organizations are doing so in during a pandemic.
In the context of a remote work environment, you should be evaluating people, process, & technology threats. Our article discusses five threats to keep in mind.
The final step in conducting a remote work risk assessment is to develop accurate risk management plans.
A working Business Continuity Plan is essential for any business, learn three ways you can analyze your plan to ensure it is ready during a disaster.
The introduction and rise of the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has caused many to ask, “Are we prepared for a pandemic?” This article will help you know which vendors need to be prepared for a pandemic, as well as what steps you can take to ensure they are ready.
This article will help you skip past the complex terminology and get you right into understanding what a vendor risk assessment is and how you can perform one in three simple steps.