Cybersecurity remains a top concern for credit unions in the digital age – the recent Equifax data breach underscores the necessity of preparedness should a security threat arise. There’s really no excuse for a credit union to be without a plan should a hack occur.

Incident response is a two-fold process: Preparation and response. If your credit union gets hacked, there are several things you need to do:


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