Cybersecurity Awareness Month with Buckley Technology Group

Posted by Laurie Okawa-Moore
on "October 15, 2021 2:29 pm"

The pandemic response to COVID-19 has changed the way that many credit unions operate, initially requiring emergency IT decisions to adapt and modify network security controls. 

btg cybersecurity monthMore than ever, employees have been granted remote access to systems and applications and credit unions are faced with evolving cyber threats stemming from work-from-home processes.  Since we have come to accept remote operations as a new normal, has your credit union assessed its controls to ensure there are no unidentified security gaps and weaknesses? 

2014 BTG logoFor Week 3 of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, BTG is sharing a complimentary on-demand presentation focused on network testing best practices that credit unions should implement to ensure its network environment remains secure.  In this brief presentation, BTG will highlight the benefits of Penetration Testing, Internal & External Network Vulnerability Assessments, and Social Engineering Testing. 

For direct access to BTG’s “Network Security Testing Best Practices” presentation, please contact Elisabeth Esposito at

Stay tuned for the final week in this series as BTG shares insights on how to address a credit union’s biggest cyber threat—its employees!