In outlining his top priorities at a recent convention, NCUA Chairman Rodney Hood described “cybersecurity as what keeps him up a night”, advocating that all credit unions have a shared responsibility to ensure systems are secured and members are protected.
A right-sized, practical approach to designing your information security program will help you anticipate and manage emerging risks, manage critical vendors and simplify cybersecurity compliance, so that you can get back to what you do best: delivering excellent services to your members.
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David Nowacki, CISA, CIA
As a director at blum, David has over 17 years of combined experience with strategic consulting and information security. He has worked with private businesses, publicly traded companies, nonprofits, credit unions and government agencies in setting strategies, reviewing and assessing operations, governance and enterprise risk management practices, project and program management practices, information security programs and identifying process improvement opportunities. David is an integral member of the firm’s management advisory group, specializing in cybersecurity services.
David has helped a variety of organizations envision their strategies and refine business processes, manage risk, identify automation opportunities, select technology solutions to realize efficiencies, and integrate metrics and key performance indicators into business processes.