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How to Incorporate Vendor Cybersecurity Into Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plans

By Venminder
November 1, 2022

Like any other business disrupting event, a cybersecurity incident from a vendor or your own institution's systems can have detrimental effects on your credit union's financial health, reputation, and customers, so your business continuity and disaster recovery plans should include appropriate cyber and information security measures.

It's only a matter of time until your credit union or vendors become a cyberattack target. You need to prepare for the worst and have plans outlined for how your business will continue operations.

This eBook covers how to incorporate cyber into those business continuity and disaster recovery plans.

Download the eBook to learn:

  • Why you even need to include cyber in BC/DR plans
  • The approach to incorporate cyber into the plans
  • Important steps to take


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About Venminder

Venminder is an innovative, customer-motivated company that is mission-driven to help solve the many challenges organizations face when managing risks from outsourcing to third parties.

Venminder provides a dedicated platform to empower effective end-to-end lifecycle management and mitigation of third-party risks. Venminder creates long-term collaborative partnerships with their customers, providing implementation assistance, product and best practices training, ongoing support, access to expertise and more.