Educated customers form stronger relationships with their community banks. They are more likely to repay loans, live within their means and maintain higher balances.
We know that despite the frights cyberattacks bring, you continue to flourish by safeguarding the communities you serve.
Cybersecurity is an integral part of a community bank’s strategic and innovation initiatives. Moving it from the department of “no” to the department of “how can we do this better?” is a necessary cultural shift for community banks that will serve them well in today’s environment.
[There is a] need for strong voices to weigh in on how new regulation will affect our communities and the customers we serve.
It’s our responsibility to help make our communities better places to live, to help pull people out of poverty and address issues they’re facing.