ALPHARETTA, Ga.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Safe Systems, a national provider of fully-compliant IT, compliance and security services for community banks and credit unions, has issued a new white paper, “Top IT Areas Where CEOs of Financial Institutions Should Focus: Important Questions and Answers,” now available for download on its website.
As technology continues to evolve and cyber threats increase in volume and sophistication, community banks and credit union chief executive officers (CEOs) must focus on a number of IT areas to ensure their institutions are compliant and secure. Safe Systems’ white paper addresses common questions CEOs should consider about technology, security and compliance. It outlines five key IT areas they must focus on to ensure their financial institutions are adequately prepared to recover from major cyber events. These areas include the cybersecurity assessment tool (CAT), cybersecurity, email threats/security, security layers and the cloud.
“In today’s threat landscape, cybersecurity is a constant and critical endeavor for community banks and credit unions that must be managed effectively,” said Darren Bridges, president of Safe Systems. “Our new white paper provides an in-depth resource for CEOs to evaluate the key IT areas that have the most impact on their cybersecurity and resilience posture. We offer advice to ensure these institutions stay ahead of cyber threats, remain compliant and meet their core business goals.”
About Safe Systems
Safe Systems was founded in 1993 to provide compliance-centric IT and security solutions exclusively to financial institutions. The company has become one of the leaders in the industry, managing hundreds of financial institutions representing more than $61 billion in combined assets, 1,100 locations and more than 20,000 network devices. Safe Systems’ IT network management services are the bridge between the core and other third-party applications. These cost-effective solutions include IT support and managed services, internal network/cloud design and installation, hosted email, business continuity and disaster recovery, compliance consulting, security services, and IT and compliance training. Safe Systems helps financial institutions to significantly decrease costs, increase performance, and improve their compliance posture. For additional information about Safe Systems, Inc., please visit www.safesystems.com or call 770.752.0550.
Lauren de Gourville
For Safe Systems