Credit unions encouraged to take CISA critical infrastructure survey

Credit unions are encouraged to provide feedback to the Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Agency (CISA) on how they can best support critical infrastructure organizations.

CISA is calling for credit unions to participate in the Critical Infrastructure Pilot Customer Survey. Financial institutions—including credit unions of all sizes—are considered critical infrastructure in the U.S. and should always operate under the assumption that they are a target for cyber criminals and potentially hostile foreign nations.

The information collected from this survey will inform the selection of cybersecurity services offered by CISA to Critical Infrastructure organizations, such as credit unions, in the future.

The survey is currently live and will close on July 8.

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