The Current Cybersecurity Playing Field, and How Your CU Can Level It

On-Demand Webinar Available Until March 27, 2020

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About the Webinar

The volume and sophistication of cyber threats continue to rise, challenging credit unions of all sizes to maintain and prove cyber safety and soundness. In fact, community credit unions can face an average of 20 million potential cyber threats every single day.

Adding to the challenge of defending against relentless cybercrime, community and regional credit unions must manage unique complexities in threat volume, staffing limits, budget realities and regulatory pressures. Because financial gain is the biggest motive behind cybercrime, it’s no surprise that bad actors focus their efforts where the money is.

As a fintech veteran, DefenseStorm Chief Revenue Officer Steve Soukup will discuss current cyber threats in the context of credit union executive understanding, and share innovative ways credit unions are staying ahead of cyber bad actors to protect their members and their assets. Soukup will share real-world actions any credit union executive can take to develop a best-practice cybersecurity program.

Key Take-Aways:

  • Current cybersecurity landscape and cyberattack trends
  • How credit union executives can better understand cybersecurity options
  • An action plan credit unions can use to shore up their cybersecurity programs

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Presented By

Steve SoukupSteve Soukup, Chief Revenue Officer, DefenseStorm

For more than 20 years, Steve has successfully led sales at early stage, private-equity-owned, and large global market-leading business-to-business brands. As an executive with deep banking industry expertise, Steve has built world class customer-focused sales teams that have delivered double-digit year-over-year profitable revenue growth in fast paced and competitive environments. His background includes shaping a 100+ sales organization at e-banking leader Q2 to deliver 30% year-over-year revenue growth, as well as leadership positions at Intuit, S1 Corporation and KPN. Steve also has direct banking experience through management positions at Key Bank, Bank Boston and State Street Bank. Steve is a graduate of Boston College and earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Boston University.