PODCAST: Top cybersecurity threats

first_img Cybersecurity continues to be a top priority for credit unions and all businesses. And the coronavirus pandemic has done nothing to change that.Ransomware, email phishing attacks, and other threats remain at all-time high levels as criminal organizations use the internet to profit though illegal activity.Also, the rise of remote work arrangements continues to stress credit union networks and information technology departments.This episode of the CUNA News Podcast, sponsored by Cipher Security LLC, features Scott Croskey, the company’s global chief security officer. He addresses the top cybersecurity issues facing credit unions and how managed security service providers can augment credit union security programs. Scott Croskey continue reading »center_img ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Ministry revises foreigner ban amid travel corridor discussion with Singapore

first_imgHe requested that authorities prepare sufficient health infrastructure for passenger coronavirus screening in airports and seaports, especially in Jakarta as well as Batam, Riau Islands, which directly borders Singapore.Read also: Indonesia doubles down on ASEAN travel corridor despite being slapped with bansThe ministry’s Immigration Directorate General will prepare an electronic visa service for the essential travelers looking to visit the country. The visa service is expected to be available starting Oct. 15.Yasonna claimed the arrangement would make way for economic recovery because it would allow easier mobility for businesspeople, investors and state officials.The discussion for the arrangement is still ongoing, as Indonesian Foreign Minister Retno LP Marsudi met with her Singaporean counterpart Vivian Balakrishnan in August.Indonesia so far has travel corridor arrangements with the United Arab Emirates, South Korea and China.Topics : The Law and Human Rights Ministry is revising its temporary ban on foreigners entering Indonesia as the government enters discussion with Singapore to form a travel corridor arrangement between the two countries for essential businesses.Minister Yasonna Laoly said the ministry was finalizing a revision to a ministerial regulation about temporary prohibition of foreigners entering Indonesia amid the COVID-19 outbreak, which had been effective since April 3.“We will finish the revision soon, so there won’t be any issue hindering TCA implementation,” Yasonna said in a statement on Thursday.last_img read more