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Credit Unions & Community Banks

Mitigating Threats with Minimal Time & Resources

With increasing reports of cyber attacks, data breaches, and active shooter incidents, it is vital for smaller organizations to ensure they remain open for business. 

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65% of financial organizations reported an incident requiring BC plan activation in the past year 1
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Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks on credit unions increase by 75% from 20162
Only 17% of organizations felt very prepared to fend off attacks on their financial systems and accounts3

Take a Proactive, Comprehensive Approach


When it comes to business continuity management, Assurance Business Continuity Software helps credit unions and community banks adapt, plan and mitigate threats and challenges much more easily.

The Assurance Difference:

  • 24x7 access to a HDI Certified Support Center with a 85% first call resolution record
  • Pre-defined planning templates within a database that are tailored to FFIEC specific standards
  • Multiple user access to increase collaboration and visibility into plans
1. Global BCM Program Benchmarking Study, Financial Services Segment, 2016  2. Verisign’s Distributed Denial of Service Trends Report, 2016  3. Survey on Security and Risk in the Financial Sector, SANS, 2016

Customer Success

The reconfiguration of our software allowed us to keep our data and customize the templates, plans, and screens to meet our needs now and in the future as we continue to build out the initial program, encompassing cyber and other threats.

Joyce Flinn, Information Security & Disaster Recovery Officer, First United Bank & Trust

Joyce Flinn
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