Financial institutions have become increasingly focused on cybersecurity in recent years. And according to Brinknews, hackers favor targeting smaller financial institutions as they possess less robust data security systems and personnel than larger banks.

Regardless of the institution's size, most staff members understand that it is critical to protect customer and member data and are aware of the issues that could arise if a breach occurs. However, at small banks and credit unions, many employees have not received sufficient training to detect, prevent or respond to an incident.

The Current State of Incident Response

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