Emergency services planning specialist BowMac Software Inc. of Honeoye Falls, N.Y., said it is introducing a new software solution for credit unions.
REDI for Credit Union Emergencies IV provides Web-based resource management, policies and procedures, emergency operations and guides and checklists, as well as remote access to facility information and a utility that works with the National Incident Management System, the company said.
“We are providing the credit union community with a software tool to properly manage critical incidents according to NIMS and NCUA standards,” said John McNall, CEO of BowMac, a provider of training and incident response programs to municipalities, school districts, colleges and universities and private businesses.
The company said it worked with Robert Goldfinger, a retired law enforcement official and former director of risk management at Coastal Federal Credit Union in Raleigh, N.C., on the program.
“With outside threats pertaining to data intrusion, terrorism, branch robberies, theft, hostage, fire, pandemic, and member victimization on the rise, now is the time for CUs to focus on a coordinated and consistent response,” Goldfinger said.
The company said it will release the software at the NAFCU Security and Technology Conference next week in Las Vegas.