This webinar addresses how modern technology, available to credit unions, can revitalize their payments strategies, particularly how to create a smarter, more engaging approach through the strategic use of AI and the latest payments innovations
Cyber hacking, ransomware, social engineering. These and other schemes pose threats today to all businesses. However, because financial institutions are one of the most targeted businesses and face the highest average number of claims, these threats pose special risks to companies in the financial sector. Cyber insurance is a key part of risk management today. This presentation will address the types of insurance available, best practices, regulatory guidance, key provisions to consider in purchasing and negotiating the terms of such coverage.
Members of the board of directors have the duties of care and loyalty to their credit union, duties that extend to cyber security as well. Several attendees of the 2018 CUES Execu/Net seminar asked for more information on what is required of a board member. Therefore, this follow-up session was set to discuss policies, programs, and protocols board members can put in place to protect the credit union and fulfill board member obligations regarding cyber security.
Effectively Defining and Communicating What's in Scope and Out of Scope
Dive into how to facilitate a productive process for determining what's in scope and out of scope.
Data breaches have become an almost daily news headline. Boards often focus on ensuring company data is secure, but forget to ask: “How secure are our board materials?” Do you have technology in place to safely make decisions and communicate with all board members? Are directors trained to ensure no one unintentionally leaves company data unsecured? Managing cybersecurity risk is part of a board’s responsibility and it need not be complicated. Learn practical ways to protect your board information.
Dos and Don’ts of Articulating Objectives
Designed to help participants learn how to clearly think through an effective objective statement, which includes proven dos and don'ts. Once an effective objective statement is agreed upon, stakeholders need to be deliberate in articulating what is in scope, and out of scope so that the endeavor does not grow unintended tentacles.
Credit unions today must embrace the reality of an upcoming wave of departing CEOs and dial in on the strategic implications of a loosely arranged succession plan versus a strategically adopted approach. Watch this webinar for a strategic roadmap for the entire CEO succession planning process.
Meeting Minutes/Agenda Templates— Crafting board agendas and taking accurate meeting minutes is both art and science. When done right, these legal documents tell the "story" of the board's priorities and decisions. This session reviews best practices for creating board records.
Join Mike Neill for this 60-minute webinar in which he will share with you how Management performance is directly linked to employee engagement.