The latest from Chris Sachse

- by Chris Sachse, Think|Stack

The tech talent war

Credit unions, like most industries, are actively figuring out how to win the war on talent amidst the Great Resignation. The demand for tech talent across the credit union industry ...

- by Chris Sachse, Think|Stack

Cyber attacks – are you ready?

Since the invasion of Ukraine, the U.S. federal government has been monitoring potential increased vulnerabilities for U.S. businesses and infrastructure. So far, the attacks have been focused on ...

- by Chris Sachse, Think|Stack

Cloud technology for member growth

Publisher’s Note: CUInsight is hosting a free webinar Wednesday, April 13th titled, “Why the cloud matters to your members.” We hope you’ll join us! Register here. Following a ...

- by Chris Sachse, Think|Stack

Log4j requires ongoing monitoring

At the end of 2021, we were actively monitoring and responding to the Log4j vulnerability, which presented new opportunities for hackers to access systems, potentially impacting businesses and organizations across ...

- by Chris Sachse, Think|Stack

Ransomware – to pay or not to pay?

As CEO of a cybersecurity company, I get asked all the time about ransomware. It’s become the new party question –  do you pay or not pay the ransom?  ...

- by Chris Sachse, Think|Stack

Cyber confidence doesn’t mean cyber secure

Technology supports secure human experiences. The human experience should always be the lead focus for the implementation of any new technology. If technology isn’t making improvements or protecting experiences ...