Learn about multi-layered security measures tailored to the unique challenges of financial institutions, such as safeguarding customer data, preventing financial fraud, and ensuring the integrity and availability of critical financial systems and services.

Why Cybercrime is on the Rise — with James Anderson and Robert Johnston

Amidst the staggering number of cyberattacks occurring annually, bolstering cybersecurity in community banks is crucial. According to Robert Johnston, CEO of Adlumin Inc., while the allure of cutting-edge cyber protections is strong, it’s vital not to overlook the fundamentals. By mastering the basics, approximately 85% of threats can be mitigated, reducing potential risks significantly.

Navigating the complex task of maintaining robust cybersecurity can be overwhelming. However, teaming up with a fintech company can alleviate some of the burdens, providing added security and assurance for both the bank and its customers.

In a conversation with host Charles Potts, Johnston and James Anderson, VP and information technology manager at Kitsap Bank, delve into the key cyber threats that community banks should be vigilant against and strategies to prevent and address these threats.

“If you get the blocking and tackling done correctly, 85% of threats you can take off the table,” he says. “Get that right and you will save yourself a lot of pain from just brilliance in the basics.”

The Independent Banker podcast, sponsored by FIS, features this episode sponsored by Adlumin Inc. The October edition of Independent Banker highlights essential insights on current cybersecurity practices. Collaborating with a fintech can optimize a community bank’s cybersecurity operations, with ICBA’s ThinkTECH Accelerator serving as a valuable starting point.

CUInsight: 3 Questions with Adlumin’s Jordan Gackowski

In this episode, CUInsight’s Publisher & CEO, Lauren Culp, interviews Jordan Gackowski, Adlumin’s Senior Sales Engineer. They delve into critical strategies to combat social engineering attacks within the credit union sector. The discussion revolves around three key questions:

  1. What are effective strategies credit unions can adopt to fortify their defenses against cyber-attacks, particularly phishing and pretexting?
  2. How do you secure sensitive data storage and transmission, especially when collaborating with external partners and vendors—a crucial concern for credit unions?
  3. How can credit unions harness technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning to bolster their cybersecurity posture?

How Adlumin’s Progressive Penetration Testing Helped a Financial Institution Immediately Identify Vulnerabilities

Discover how Adlumin’s Security Operations Platform empowered this financial institution to take control of their security and compliance, uncover hidden cyber threats, and streamline data analysis and compliance workflows.

In this paper, you’ll learn how, using Penetration Testing, they successfully identified and remedied critical security gaps within minutes, providing actionable insights to safeguard against potential breaches.
Curious about the potential benefits of Penetration Testing for your financial institution? Download this paper today.

CUInsight: 3 Questions with Adlumin’s Jen Thompson

In a brief interview revolving around remote work and cybersecurity, Lauren Culp, the Publisher and CEO of CUInsight, teams up with Jen Thompson, the Senior Director of Product Marketing at Adlumin, to address three key questions:

  1. How will remote workforce culture influence the future of cybersecurity?
  2. How does the remote workforce impact hiring/ where is the industry seeing roadblocks?
  3. Can you discuss how you believe automation will play a role in the future of work?

CUInsight: Talking Cyber Threats with Adlumin's Paul Whittier

During a conversation with CUInsight, Adlumin’s Paul Whittier, Director of Channel Sales for the West Region, delves into the realm of cybersecurity management. He enlightens us about the motives of cyber criminals, which extend beyond tampering with member data to include activities like cyber ransoms. Whittier emphasizes the role of compliance in safeguarding credit unions against threats and highlights the significance of proactive preparation for future threats by monitoring anomalous cyber events within their networks.

Looking ahead, Adlumin remains dedicated to advancing their products and crafting innovative solutions to stay ahead of emerging threats while continuing to support credit unions.

ICBA Live 2023: Honolulu, HI

Dates: March 12-16, 2023
Location: Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort – Honolulu, HI
Booth #: 932 (Main Street Foyer next to ThinkTECH)

Join Mark Sangster, Vice President, Chief of Strategy at Adlumin, during his speaking session at ICBA Live 2023 and converse with us at Adlumin’s booth #932, located at the Main Street Foyer next to ThinkTech.

During his speaking session, Sangster will debunk the cyber misconceptions that plague most businesses. You’ll learn how to frame conversations to report on risks rather than threats, define objectives and priorities, allocate resources, and report that demonstrates, not action.

Cybersecurity is not an IT problem to solve, it’s a business risk to manage.

Speaking Session: The Cyber Rosetta Stone: Translating the Ones and Zeroes of Threats to the Dollars and Cents of Risk

Speaker: Mark Sangster, Vice President, Chief of Strategy at Adlumin
Session Date: Tuesday, March 14, 2023
Session Time: 7:00 AM – 7:50 AM HST

For complete event information, visit our ICBA Live event page.

Questions? Contactmarketingevents@adlumin.com