On behalf of the entire Think|Stack team, I want to extend our heartfelt gratitude for the response we saw to Friday's virtual Credit Union Ransomware Event Town Hall/Q&A. Your presence and engagement significantly contributed to the success of the event, and we sincerely appreciate your commitment to staying informed about the latest developments in cybersecurity within the credit union industry. 

Don't worry if you missed it, we've included a recording of the webinar below:


If you have any additional questions or if there are specific topics you'd like us to cover in future webinars, please don't hesitate to reach out. There were a lot of questions we weren't able to get to on the webinar itself and our team plans to address some of them individually, or in a follow-up post depending on how helpful the answers would be for the larger group.


Whether it's just a conversation or you'd like to engage with our team, we're here for you every step of the way. 

  • Shoot me an email, and I can help connect you with Cal Bowman, Jen Anthony, or other experts on the Think|Stack Team. We're happy to answer any questions you might have. 
  • Schedule a Cybersecurity Assessment to understand your credit union's top cybersecurity risks, and priorities.
  • Take Advantage of our Advisory Services, where our experts can help you tackle any number of IT issues specific to your credit union, including cybersecurity. 

My biggest hope coming out of this is that it doesn't take a nationally recognized cyber event to get us to take cybersecurity seriously, and that we can continue to check in on a regular basis in order to stay up to date on the latest industry trends.

To quote our very own Jennifer Anthony, VP Security & Risk: Compliance does not equal security. 

Thanks for attending!