The OGO Blog

March 2020: Credit Union Cybersecurity Tip from the OGO CISO Office – Coronavirus phishing emails: How to protect against COVID-19 scams

The plethora of news coverage surrounding the new coronavirus has created a new danger — phishing attacks looking to exploit public fears about the virus. These phishing attacks are on the rise. Pandemics and health scares of this magnitude are a dream for malicious actors. Ongoing Operations recommends that you share a communication with your…

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February 2020: Credit Union Cybersecurity Tip from the OGO CISO Office

Do you know what’s on your network? Why hardware asset inventory is important to your Credit Union.   Credit Union networks are becoming increasingly more complex.  The number and types of devices that we must support in our environments expands almost daily.  Workstations, servers, firewalls, mobile devices, receipt printers, kiosks, the list goes on and…

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Critical Microsoft Windows Patches Released: Cyber Tip of The Month January 2020

On Tuesday, 1/14/20, Microsoft released updates to fix 49 vulnerabilities as part of their Patch Tuesday cycle. The vulnerabilities patched in the Windows CryptoAPI and Remote Desktop Protocol are of particular concern due to their severity and implications for security on affected devices. Following the summary below are links to articles related to these vulnerabilities.…

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October 2019: Credit Union Cybersecurity Tip from the OGO CISO Office

Multi-Factor Authentication Today’s threat landscape for Credit Unions is increasingly complex.  Viruses, trojans, phishing, fraud, and social engineering are just a few of the threats that we have to account for daily.  In order to conduct business, we must provide employees, vendors and our customers access to our systems and critical data. How then in…

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