Securing confidential member information is always of paramount importance to credit unions. We appreciate DDI’s commitment to helping our member organizations in that endeavor.
San Antonio, TX (PRWEB) June 01, 2011
Digital Defense, Inc. (DDI), a leading provider of information security governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) solutions, today announced Tom DeSot, EVP & CIO, will be holding a timely presentation for NACUSAC (National Association of Credit Union Supervisory & Auditing Committees) at their Annual Conference & Expo entitled “Uncovering Hidden IT Threats in Your Credit Union”. The presentation will occur on 8 June 2011.
“Facilitating the exchange of information between industry experts and our members is a key goal of our organization,” explained Celeste Shelton, Executive Director of NACUSAC. “Our members will be very interested in Tom’s presentation due to the topical nature of its content. Securing confidential member information is always of paramount importance to credit unions. We appreciate DDI’s commitment to helping our member organizations in that endeavor.”
“DDI has provided NACUSAC with Associate Membership support for many years,” said Larry R. Hurtado, president and CEO of Digital Defense. “We always look forward to helping NACUSAC members better understand how to secure confidential information and also maintain compliance with regulatory requirements in the process. Increasing awareness of cybercriminal threats and explaining how organizations can reduce the risk of a security breach through educational programs delivered at venues such as the NACUSAC Annual Conference is one of the ways DDI believes it can best serve the credit union industry.”
DDI has several services available to help thwart IT threats for organizations of all types and sizes. The most popular and efficient service is VLM-Pro (Vulnerability Lifecycle Management – Professional), the company’s managed vulnerability scanning service. VLM-Pro includes DDI’s proprietary cloud-based vulnerability management solution along with security-certified analyst resources that maintain and manage the service for the client. Research has proven that in three years, VLM-Pro can save an organization up to 68% of the expenses they would incur by implementing a vulnerability management program in a more traditional manner.