Bowmac Software, Inc. Announces Release of Version 4 of their “REDI™ for Credit Unions Emergencies”

Honeoye Falls, NY January 26, 2012 – BowMac Software, Inc. announced that they will release REDI™ for Credit Union Emergencies IV at the NAFCU Security and Technology conference on February 14, 2012 at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
REDI™ for Credit Union Emergencies IV is a software solution designed for credit unions that closes the gap between Business Continuity and Incident Response. This web-based software solution provides a “Concept of Operations” for Critical Incident Management through:

  • Resource Management
  • Policies and Procedural Guidelines
  • Emergency Operations Plan
  • Guide and Checklists
  • Remote 24/7 Access to Facility Information
  • National Incident Management System (NIMS) Communication Utility

John McNall, CEO of BowMac, stated, “With the release of REDI™ for CU EMERGENCIES IV, we are providing the Credit Union community with a software tool to properly manage critical incidents according to NIMS and NCUA standards.”
BowMac Software has engaged nationally known Risk and Compliance expert Robert A. Goldfinger.  Mr. Goldfinger, who is the former Director of Risk Management at Coastal Federal CU and a retired Law Enforcement executive, said,  “Credit Unions have taken the lead in business continuity and recovery planning.  With outside threats pertaining to data intrusion, terrorism, branch robberies, theft, hostage, fire, pandemic, and member victimization on the rise, now is the time for CUs to focus on a coordinated and consistent response.”
The Department of Homeland Security has designated the Financial Sector as part of the nation’s “Critical Infrastructure” and, along with various Presidential Directives, is strongly urging that the sector adopt the standard principals and practices of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) in order to unify the response with local, state, and federal agencies.
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