Stickley on Security: New Ways to Hack You, Your Credit Union and Its Members

Date:July 30, 2013
Time:1:30 pm Central
(2:30 pm Eastern, 1:30 pm Central, 12:30 pm Mountain, 11:30 am Pacific)

A free informational webinar presented by TraceSecurity, and Stickley on Security.

Speaker: Jim Stickley

Criminals continue to look for new ways to rip off your members. They will not only steal money and confidential information, but also open complete access to your credit union network.

In this webinar, Jim Stickley will demonstrate dangerous attacks that he has yet to make public. See firsthand how these attacks work and learn how they can be used against you, your members and your employees. Stickley will explain how you can protect your institution and its members.

Presenter: Jim Stickley, of Stickley on Security and CTO of TraceSecurity, has stolen credit cards, hacked Social Security numbers, robbed banks, and created fake ATMs. He is an identity thief, but he is no criminal. Stickley is a cyber security expert who was hired to perform the attacks by corporations and news agencies. His job is to find security flaws before the real criminals find them and offer strategies to guard against security threats. 

TraceSecurity is CUNA Strategic Services' exclusive provider of security compliance assessments. For more information, contact Debbie Bergenske, CUNA Strategic Services alliance manager, at 800-356-9655, ext. 4340.

Your members face identity theft risks every day. Stickley on Security educates your members about security risks and what they can do to protect themselves via engaging online videos that are designed to help your credit union comply with FFIEC guidelines. For more information, contact Jan Garkey, CUNA's Manager of Group Instruction, at 800-356-9655, ext. 4092.

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