Texting is a hidden communication risk for credit unions and other financial institutions, leaving their brand and reputation vulnerable. Discover 3 Ways Texting Exposes CUs to Massive Risk.
Text messaging is ubiquitous. It’s simple, concise and extremely accessible when your employees want to communicate with colleagues, members, or prospects. It can also create tremendous risk for your credit union if they are not archived and supervised for business like email and social media.
Learn how texting leaves your credit union exposed to:
Plus – learn about a text messaging solution that helps mitigate each of these risks.
Financial firms are failing to manage text messaging risk in the workplace. This guide explores how firms are exposed, the challenges of compliance and steps to protect your organization.
Text messaging is an inescapable requirement of today’s mobile work environment that both financial advisors and clients use to conduct business. It has also emerged as a critical form of regulatory, legal, and business-reputation risk, with potential fines that can’t be ignored by firms any longer.
This guide explores:
In this White Paper, we share five steps to help you build a risk management program that enables the benefits of text messaging while protecting your organization.
The popularity of text messaging is growing every year, and many employees and their clients now expect to use it as a tool to conduct business. Prohibiting the use of text messages is not only unsustainable for an increasingly mobile workplace, but it also does not protect your organization from risk - it simply hides risk where you can't see and manage it. How Should You Handle the Challenges of Text Message Compliance?
Five steps to help you build a risk management program that enables the benefits of text messaging.