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    May 20, 2024

    MECE Credit Union: How Blumira Empowered a One-Man IT Team

    When it comes to protecting sensitive financial data and ensuring the security of their members’ information, credit unions often find themselves in a challenging position. With limited IT resources and the ever-present threat of cyber attacks, these organizations must navigate a delicate balance between providing exceptional service and maintaining a robust cybersecurity posture. MECE Credit Union, a financial institution that has been serving rural electric cooperative employees and their families since 1975, found itself at a crossroads regarding its network security.

    Ray Smith, the VP of IT at MECE Credit Union, shouldered the responsibility of keeping the organization’s networks up and running while also ensuring the highest level of security. As a one-man IT team, with occasional support from President Randy Marks, Smith recognized the need for a solution that could act as a force multiplier, providing 24/7 monitoring and rapid threat response capabilities.

    That’s when Blumira entered the picture. Recommended by MECE’s IT provider, Member Driven Technologies (MDT), Blumira’s platform offered a comprehensive solution perfectly aligned with the credit union’s needs. With its affordability, ease of use, and extensive security capabilities, Blumira quickly became the clear choice for MECE.

    In the following customer story, we will take a closer look at how Blumira transformed MECE Credit Union’s cybersecurity landscape. From seamless deployment to automated threat containment, we’ll explore how Blumira empowered this small but mighty IT team to protect their network around the clock. Join us as we delve into the journey of MECE Credit Union and discover how Blumira’s cutting-edge technology and dedicated support helped them achieve peace of mind in the face of ever-evolving cyber threats.

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