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DDoSFor some credit union executives, Distributed Denial of Service is their worst nightmare. When the right attack is thrown at an institution, it can knock out everything that is on the Internet, on phones, websites, home banking and more.

The paradox is that few credit unions are well protected against DDoS, according to multiple sources. Kirk Drake, founder and CEO of Ongoing Operations, a disaster recovery services CUSO in Hagerstown, Md., told CU Times that in his estimation, perhaps five to 10% of credit unions have credible mitigation tools and plans in place.

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