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4 best practices for securing your ‘internet of banking things’

You can never be too safe when it comes to securing your network, particularly with regards to your finances. Mike Lawson talks to Ashley McAlpine about the internet of banking things.

Are you still in the school of thought that the internet of things (IoT) is still a couple of decades away? Well, that’s not the case. IoT is here today and credit unions need to address the financial side of things when it comes to managing and securing these new “smart machines”.

We invited TMG fraud prevention manager Ashley McAlpine on the show to discuss security concerns regarding today’s (and tomorrow’s) internet of banking things. We specifically discuss what the security concerns are and their possible devastating consequences. Ashley also lists four best practices for securing those internet of things, specifically in the banking arena.

You can listen to more episodes of CUbroadcast, and other fintech shows, on the BankNXT podcast page. Enjoy!

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Mike Lawson

Mike Lawson is host of an online video interview show focusing on innovators and success stories within the credit union industry. His background is in teaching, marketing and communications, and includes roles as editor and reporter.

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