You don't need to be an expert in cyber security, but there are a few things you should know. The Credit Union Times lists 5 scary lessons learned at the CU InfoSecurity Conference:
1. Your employees are your biggest threat, not hackers.
2. Members are a key line of defense. "In 2014, 61% of fraud cases are initially detected by the customer."
3. DDoS is a bigger threat than it may seem.
4. Network logs should be a security cornerstone. Logs are like having a security camera in your network to catch criminals.
5. You probably have more fraud than you think.
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