Credit Union Business magazine

19 November 2014

Given the current tempo of technological evolution, financial services organizations must be proactive, rather than reactive, when it comes to cyber protection. “Hackers look at the entire value chain and try to get to the weakest link,” explained Shahryar Shaghaghi, a partner in Kurt Salmon’s CIO Advisory Practice, adding that “it comes down to protecting the most valuable assets, the core business.” In the Credit Union Business article, Shaghaghi advises organizations to develop a comprehensive and holistic cyber-security strategy to protect assets that are most vulnerable and valuable to hackers, such as transaction data and member data.

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