Chances are, you or someone you know has had personal information compromised due to relentless cyberattacks across various industries in the U.S. Last year alone, we saw major companies like Blue Cross Blue Shield, Verizon and even the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission fall victim to data breaches. In fact, according to Gemalto’s Breach Level Index, more data records were lost or stolen in the first half of 2017 than throughout all of 2016, and this frequency will likely continue to escalate into 2018.So, what can you do if your credit union experiences a data breach?How your organization responds will impact if and how quickly your reputation recovers after the incident. The guidelines below will help ensure your credit union is prepared to minimize any PR nightmare that ensues if the unthinkable does happen.Do you have an incident response plan in place?First and foremost, your credit union should have an incident response plan in place before a cyberattack occurs. Proactivity is vital in crisis communications, and your credit union’s executive team should be familiar with the plan. When a data breach is discovered, you and your team will not have time to develop a response plan from scratch. Many of the CU’s executives will be busy responding to the breach on the operational and technical side, which makes having your communication plan in place—and reviewed frequently—important. 11SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading »
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Czech Republic: CKD Praha Holding Co took over MSV Studénka on February 25, adding it to the CKD Transport Systems group.Europe: Following the merger of Cardo Group of Sweden with Thyssen Industrie of Germany to create the holding company Cardo BSI Rail, the SAB Wabco Group now comprises SAB Wabco, BSI, Davies & Metcalfe, Gutehoffnungshütte Radsatz and Tebel Technologies.France: Schneider SA has sold its Spie subsidiary to a joint venture of management and employees with AMEC of Great Britain for £37·6m.Dardel Measuring & Control International has purchased the Mors railway relays division and manufacturing plant.Great Britain: Brown & Root has taken over consultancy TMG International, apart from TMG’s Signalling Design group, sold separately to a management buy-out.Hungary: The Viacom Hungarian-Italian joint venture company has been formed to carry out electrification work on MAV’s Szekesfehervar – Szombathely, Balatonszentgyorgy – Murakeresztur and Ujpest – Vacratot routes. Cogeco of Italy holds 51% and MAV 30%.Netherlands: NS has sold its infrastructure maintenance and line construction activities to Volker Stevin, NBM Amstelland and Strukton. Permanent way contracts will go out to competitive tender from 2000.Poland: On February 28 GEC Alsthom completed its purchase of a 60% stake in Konstal of Chorzów (RG 12.96 p787) ; the state retains 25% of shares, and employees the remaining 15%.Switzerland: SBB has formed a joint venture with UBS, Migros and BT of Britain, in association with Tele Danemark, known as New Telco. It aims to capture 10% of the Swiss telecoms market and will bid to operate the country’s second digital mobile phone network.
SRI Lanka have become the eighth and final team to qualify automatically for the 2019 World Cup, following West Indies’ seven-wicket defeat by England in the first ODI at Old Trafford.With September 30 set as the cut-off date, West Indies (78 points) now cannot move ahead of Sri Lanka (86 points) in the ICC ODI rankings, irrespective of how their remaining matches against England pan out.They had gone into the five-match series needing to win by either 4-0 or 5-0 to amass enough points to leapfrog Sri Lanka, but their fate was sealed in a 42-over-a-side contest in which a Jonny Bairstow century guided England past their victory target of 205 with more than 19 overs remaining.Sri Lanka, World Champions in 1996, now join Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan and South Africa as the confirmed participants in the 2019 event, which will be held in England between May 30 and July 15.West Indies, two-time champions in 1975 and 1979, must now compete in a 10-team qualifier in 2018, where they will be joined by the bottom three sides in the ICC team rankings – Afghanistan, Zimbabwe and Ireland – as well as the top four sides from the ICC World Cricket League Championship and the top two sides from the ICC World Cricket League Division 2. The top two sides will complete the World Cup line-up.“You always know there’s the potential of that (not qualifying direct); we knew it was going to be a tough ask,” said Toby Radford, West Indies’ batting coach. “But we are very positive as a group and are trying to develop in all formats. If it means the qualifiers next year, it means the qualifiers next year and we’ll build our way back up.”Upul Tharanga, Sri Lanka’s ODI captain was relieved to have avoided that fate: “It’s no secret that we have been going through a tough time, but I want to say a big, big thank you to our fans who’ve kept faith with us when things looked bleak.“ICC events have always brought out the magic in Sri Lanka cricket, and I look forward to proving that once again.“We have a clear plan toward the World Cup, and we will work hard at achieving each step. As we say in the dressing room, – Little ‘w’s (wins) add up to make the big ‘W’ – so that’s what we’ll be focusing on and I know you will see Sri Lanka’s special brand of cricket out there once again soon.”(ESPN Cricinfo)