2019 Brings New Security Challenges

2019 Brings New Security Challenges

Article from: Credit Union Times

Breaches, account takeovers, card fraud, malware, phishing, ransomware, DNS attacks … which cybersecurity development will have the greatest effect on credit unions in the coming year? Some credit union industry professionals helped draw a picture of what to expect in 2019.

“The continued organization and consolidation of cybercriminals will result in greater efficiency in their effort to attack existing vulnerabilities, while accelerating their ability to exploit new vulnerabilities,” Nayan Patel, vice president, strategic alliances at Fiserv, said. This, along with the increasing lack of cybersecurity talent available to most credit unions, will necessitate the adoption of security orchestration platforms as well as the enlistment of trusted partners to augment existing tools and staff in the form of managed security service providers.



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