New Credit Union Information Security Website Launches New Credit Union Information Security Website Launches A new website specifically for the credit union community – www.CUInfoSecurity.com has launched. The new site organizes the latest credit union information security related regulations, news, and education for the credit union community.

Princeton, NJ (CUInfosecurity.com)February 6, 2007 -- Information Security Media Group, Corp. is launching a new website specifically for the credit union community – www.CUInfoSecurity.com. The new site organizes the latest credit union information security related regulations, news, articles, white papers, industry related events, webinars, education and resources all dedicated to credit union information security.

Governing bodies such as the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), and the state banking agencies release guidance and regulations on information security topics (specifically directed toward the credit union and financial industries), and CUInfoSecurity.com (http://www.CUinfosecurity.com) helps the credit union information security community interpret and incorporate these constructive hurdles into their plans and budgets effectively.

With the launch of the new site, CUInfoSecurity.com announced its partnership with CUES, the Credit Union Executive Society. CUES’ Linda Stemper-Johnson, SVP/COO explained why CUES is partnering with CUInfoSecurity.com, "The new website offers our members and other credit unions critical information they need to better secure their institutions. We partnered with CUInfoSecurity.com because we recognize the information afforded to our members at this site is especially useful and gives them the best tools to meet the information security requirements required by state and federal regulatory agencies." The partnership with CUES allows content from CUInfoSecurity.com to be sent to CUES members, including information on webinars, news and original interviews.

CUInfoSecurity.com features an editorial staff filled with experts in the Credit Union Information Security industry. By reporting on new regulation topics, industry trends, and concerns, CUInfoSecurity.com writers keep the credit union community up-to-date with industry best practices.

Credit union information security professionals are excited to know the issues they're wrestling with will find answers on CUInfosecurity.com. Chris Christianson, Network Security Manager for Travis Credit Union, a $1.6 billion asset CU based in Vacaville, CA noted, "I know with CUInfosecurity.com I will have a credible source of information on the regulatory and information security issues I need answers to and will add the website to my favorites."

The National Credit Union Association (NCUA), and the Federal Financial Institutions Examinations Council (FFIEC), regulate a credit union’s information security practices. CUInfoSecurity.com conglomerates the applicable regulations from these regulatory bodies in order to better serve the Credit Union Information Security community.

CUInfoSecurity.com will offer interactive webinars that keep the credit union information security community in touch with current issues and regulations that affect the way credit unions do business. These sessions focus on topics such as identity theft, penetration testing, IT audits, Strong Authentication in Internet Financial transactions, and the Information Technology Risk Management Program. These webinars are hosted by experts in the credit union information security industry who truly understand the mindset and needs of the credit union community.

Information Security Media Group also is the owner of the financial services industry educational and news website, www.BankInfoSecurity.com.



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