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CREDIT UNIONS MEET NCUA REGULATORY STANDARDS WITH COMPREHENSIVE PRIVILEGE MANAGEMENT

To maintain the public trust, credit unions must do everything possible to prevent cyber attacks. In addition to risking a catastrophic data breach, credit unions that don’t meet security standards also risk monetary penalties, law suits, and enforcement actions that may prevent them from operating.

Credit Unions Cybersecurity - Meet NCUA Compliance

The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) requires that credit unions audit their cyber security practices to assess the level of risk in accordance with the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations, Part 748. Credit unions must provide evidence of enterprise-level privilege management, including password protection, least privilege enforcement, application, and endpoint security.

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NCUA STANDARD HELPS MEET
Minimum necessary privileges assigned to people to prevent unauthorized access or modification
Administrator password controls, including password length, complexity, aging required, passwords reuse prohibition
Removal of unneeded default & non-interactive accounts
Remote session monitoring & administrator credential controls
Endpoint & device application controls, preventing disabling or modifying malware protection, security settings, system patches, and unauthorized software
Auditing & reporting on employee access privileges and controls, access to network components, administrative accounts, segregation of duties, and remote network access