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FINANCIAL HORIZONS CU
|Financial Horizons CU hosted an American Hero 5K at the Fallon Churchill Fire Department.
07/27/16 08:58 AM
Financial Horizons CU
hosted an American Hero 5K to honor all active and retired military, fire fighters, law enforcement, search and rescue, and paramedics. A total of $2,439.72 was raised and will benefit the following agencies: Fallon Fire Department, Churchill County Sheriff’s Office Deputy’s Association, Fallon Police Department Officers Fund, Churchill County Search and Rescue and Wounded Warriors.
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From the Editors of CU Weekly
CLOUD COMPUTING: RISKS TO CONSIDER
|Clarissa Martin, Research and Information Consultant for the California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues
10/22/13 07:09 AM
Complete Your Due Diligence
What is "cloud computing," and what are the potential risks for your credit union?
Cloud computing is defined as hardware, networks, storage, services, and interfaces that are combined to deliver requested computer services. It is a migration from owned resources to shared resources in which client-users receive information technology services on demand from third-party service providers via the Internet "cloud."
It's important for credit unions to complete their due diligence, look at the several models offered, and consider the potential risks. Credit unions should continually assess the following:
- Data classification
- Data segregation
- Vendor management
- Information security
- Legal, regulatory, and reputational considerations
- business continuity planning
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