Webinar Title: What Credit Unions Need to Know About Online Meeting Security
Date & Time: Wednesday, April 15, 2020, 11:00am EDT – 12:00pm EDT
Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1669304248145757195
Most credit unions have turned to online meeting software such as Zoom, Google Hangouts, WebEx, and GoToMeeting to communicate with staff during the COVID-19 shutdown in an effort to stay productive and continue providing members with the services they count on. Recent events, however, have cast a dark shadow on some of these tools (namely Zoom) causing some organizations to completely change from one platform to the other. Those that haven’t changed providers are also considering the ramifications of staying with their current selection. So what’s the best course of action? Should you stay or should you go?
Join Lares CISOs Andrew Hay and Mark Arnold on this free webinar as they discuss the pros and cons of staying on the same platform vs. jumping to another provider. In this session Andrew and Mark will discuss:
- Why the Zoom “issue” isn’t as bad as everyone says,
- The challenges of rapidly switching to another platform, and
- Ways to protect yourself and your members from the recently disclosed vulnerabilities.
Registration here for this free webinar for credit unions of all sizes: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1669304248145757195
Andrew Hay is the COO at Lares and is a veteran cybersecurity executive, strategist, industry analyst, data scientist, threat and vulnerability researcher, and international public speaker with close to 25 years of cybersecurity experience across multiple domains. He prides himself on his ability to execute the security strategy of the company with which he works without neglecting business objectives and the needs of its customers. Andrew is the author of multiple books on advanced security topics and is frequently approached to provide expert commentary on industry developments. He has been featured in publications such as Forbes, Bloomberg, Wired, USA Today, and CSO Magazine.