CUISPA Members Offered Compliance Service
Intrusion Inc. said it will offer an introductory data privacy compliance assessment to Credit Union Information Security Professionals Association (CUISPA) members through its Compliance Commander privacy enforcement system. Under the new program, Compliance Commander is installed at participating credit unions for a two-week evaluation period. During the evaluation period, Compliance Commander can be configured to detect, block and report unlawful transmission of any unencrypted credit union member information that is exiting the network. The program provides for Intrusion to install, configure and train credit union IT staff to utilize the system's robust management interface, the company said.
For info: www.cuispa.com or 512-465-9711.
Separately, Intrusion Inc. said that Pasadena FCU has bought its Compliance Commander program designed to help financial institutions monitor, alert and block the potential loss of customers information. "The system connects to the financial institution's network perimeter, typically behind a firewall, and watches for the presence of unencrypted data where it is normally prohibited, the company said.
For info: 972-301-3658 or www.intrusion.com.