How to Stay Vigilant Against Emerging Cyber Threats



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Cybercriminals are constantly evolving their tactics to gain access to systems and data. As credit unions navigate the risks of increased vulnerabilities and the lingering effects of the pandemic, it is critical to stay vigilant against cyber threats. 

Join this webcast as cybersecurity experts explore how to enhance security protections for your CU and its members.  Discover strategies to strengthen your cybersecurity posture and defend against current and emerging threats. You will learn:

  • New ways hackers are targeting vulnerabilities to gain access to networks and data
  • How to protect member and financial data by detecting and remediating security events in real time
  • How to enhance compliance with an integrated, layered approach to cybersecurity

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Sean Martin- Product Manager - CSI

Sean Martin serves as a product manager for CSI Managed Services and has extensive knowledge on implementing effective systems security and network management practices. He speaks and writes frequently on security-related topics affecting the financial services industry and holds Cisco CCNA and CCIE written certifications.

Tyler Leet – Director of Risk and Compliance Services - CSI

Tyler Leet is the Director of Risk and Compliance Services for CSI’s Regulatory Compliance Group. With 20 years of experience in the information security, risk, and compliance industries, Tyler oversees and is involved in the development and maintenance of the risk and compliance-related services that are conducted for a wide variety of financial institutions and organizations in other vertical markets. He frequently speaks at conferences and seminars and is often cited in industry publications.  Tyler earned a degree in telecommunications systems management from Murray State University and holds numerous industry certifications.