MicroSolved, Inc. has been a trusted partner of credit unions for over 15 years.
During those years, we’ve learned what works for a financial institution. Here is a snapshot:
- Network, application or database compromises – This is the most common form of attack when we think of information security in relation to computer data. An attacker could exploit a weakness in your computer systems, networks or applications and steal important member/customer data that they could use for fraud or identity theft. MSI provides a proactive strategy that includes penetration testing, application assessments, and unique preventative solutions such as our HoneyPoint Security Server.
- Physical security compromises – These are the often forgotten security issues, but a breach of physical security is among the most devastating of attacks. Items like unshredded member data, identify information, loan applications, checks or the like making their way into dumpsters is a common cause. MSI provides a complete and in-depth strategy with our risk assessment service. We examine every possible scenario that could pose a threat to your credit union and provide actionable solutions.
- Social engineering compromises – Social engineering attacks are probably the most common form of attack credit unions face. Social engineers often use trickery, deceit and trust to gain access to information that, at the time, may seem small or insignificant, but may lead to compromise on a wide scale. MSI’s technical team performs top-notch social engineering exercises to test your credit union’s resistance to such attacks. We find the weaknesses and show you how and where to strengthen your areas of defense.
Be sure to check out our downloadable documents on the side to discover how we can help you stay one step ahead of the attacker!
Because when an attacker targets your credit union, you’ll want to be prepared. MSI has you covered.