Protect your CU: Building a Secure Cloud Infrastructure

December 7, 2021 | 2:00 PM EST

About the Webinar

Moving to the cloud saves time, upskills resources, and reduces costs. Most importantly, it makes infrastructure more secure and automates security checks and monitoring. With increases in ransomware scares and other security concerns, financial institutions are leaning on the cloud to better provision for these threats.

Join AWS, Think|Stack, and ALPS Federal Credit Union to learn more about how you can build security protocols into your infrastructure and mitigate risks by migrating to the cloud.

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Presented By

Mike George
Mike George

Senior Solutions Architect | AWS 
Mike is an experienced technology leader with more than 20 years of experience in software development and information and application security. As a Senior Solutions Architect at AWS, his specialties include software engineering, security, observability, and AI/ML.
 

Sandi Riggs
Sandi Riggs

President & CEO | ALPS Federal Credit Union
Sandi was named President/CEO of ALPS FCU in 2018 after seven years of managing the credit union’s accounting department and a one year term as Interim CEO. She joined ALPS FCU in 2010, having performed services for the credit union through her consulting business directly prior. Sandi previously worked as Chief Financial Officer for Shee Atika, Incorporated and Controller at Samson Tug & Barge, both private organizations located in Sitka, Alaska. Sandi currently serves as Vice Chair of the Alaska Credit Union League.
 

Cal Bowman
Cal Bowman

Vice President, Strategy & Innovation | Think|Stack
Cal joined the Think|Stack team in 2019 as Vice President of Strategy and Innovation. Cal helps clients define, design, and implement short and long-term technology transformation strategies that can be effectively communicated to leadership teams and board members. He brings more than 15-years of strategic planning and design thinking experience. He served various roles in the government sector, including the Deputy Director for the Governor's Office of Homeland Security.