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Ransomware attacks surged in 2021, with financial institutions being a major target. So it is no longer a question of whether your credit union will be targeted, but how you will respond when it happens.

With that in mind, it pays to take a good hard look at what you are doing to protect your operations and member data from those who are looking to make a quick buck by crippling your network until you pay up.


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