“ROME, Ga.-IT compliance is not a burden for $150-million Coosa Valley CU here-but that wasn’t always true.

For years, an IT contractor arrived monthly and moved among the credit union’s 70 computers applying software patches, one computer at a time, deep into the night, according to Sherry Presley, AVP-operations, Coosa Valley CU.

‘The small IT company was manually touching every machine, working extra hours into the night, requiring credit union staff to stay during the process,’ Presley recalled. ‘That wasn’t an economical way to handle security and compliance’-which also included other manual tasks, such as disk defragmentation, vulnerability remediation and system logging for remote access.”

Read the entire How One CU Patched Up Its IT Compliance Efforts article at Credit Union Journal (subscription required).


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