Data breaches have quickly become a concern for the CEOs and compliance professionals of credit unions in Missouri. In the past year, credit unions have been affected by the Schnucks and Target data breaches.
That’s why a senior risk consultant from CUNA Mutual Group will address the topic during the Missouri Credit Union Association’s (MCUA) Annual Advocacy Meeting on March 10 at 1:30 p.m. If you haven’t registered for MCUA’s Annual Advocacy Meeting, there is still time. Registration information is available here.
Ann Davidson, CUNA Mutual Group
Ann Davidson will discuss what credit unions in Missouri can do to protect member data. In particular, she will focus on the technology, policies and procedures that credit unions should have in place to safeguard against data breaches.
Davidson is a senior consultant of Risk Management in the Credit Union Protection Risk Management. She assists credit unions in identifying areas of risk in their operations and recommends appropriate loss controls to reduce loss exposure. She is also responsible for researching and analyzing emerging risks for product development along with developing resources and other training for credit unions.
Legislators & Press Invited
Recent data breaches have made local and national headlines. Yet, few mention the many policies, procedures and technologies that credit unions put into to place to protect their members. To showcase credit unions’ dedication to protecting consumers, MCUA has invited the press and state lawmakers and representatives to attend this session.
If you have questions about registering for the event, please contact Maria Langston, vice president of MCUA Events, via email or phone, 314.542.1344.