Leftover Salmon Reveals 2017 Fall Tour Dates

first_imgLeftover Salmon will be hitting the road in the fall, with nine confirmed dates across September and October. The jamgrass act will kick off their tour with a two-night stand at Pisgah Brewing in Black Mountain, North Carolina,on September 22nd and 23rd. A few weeks later, on October 12th, Leftover will hit Knuckleheads in Kansas City, Missouri, ahead of their performances at Hillbery Music Festival in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, on the 13th and Old Rock House Outdoors in St. Louis, Missouri, on the 14th. On October 17th, the band kicks their tour into high gear with five consecutive dates across the Midwest and South. On the 17th, Leftover Salmon will hit The Kent Stage in Kent, Ohio; on the 18th, The V Club in Huntington, West Virginia; and on the 19th, the Haw River Ballroom in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. After a hit in Charlotte, North Carolina on October 20th, Leftover will finish out their tour with a date at Yonder Field in Bowman, South Carolina.[Photo: Dave Vann]last_img

5 ways credit unions can fight malware

first_img 9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr The credit union industry has long been a target of cyber criminals, but in recent years, it’s the smaller credit unions that have come under the greatest number of attacks. Smaller credit unions and banks (less than $35 million in assets) accounted for 81% of hacking and malware breaches in the financial industry during the first six months of 2016, a 54% increase over 2015.1 Malware is a broad term used to describe all sorts of malicious software including viruses, spyware, trojans, worms, and more.  It is up to credit unions to stop this trend by putting into place measures that thwart these attacks. Here are 5 implementations credit unions should consider to protect themselves from malware:Web Filtering: This is commonly the first line of defense against web-based attacks. Malicious or hacked websites, a primary vector for initiating attacks, trigger downloads of malware, spyware, or risky content.  A good web filtering service will block risky sites, as well as prevent malware downloads from hacked websites.2  While web filtering is important, it is not enough to detect all types of malware or block silent attacks of deployment malware in corporate environments.Firewalls: General firewall protection blocks unauthorized access at the server level while permitting outward communication. They act as a filter between your network and the internet and are a great level of defense. However, firewalls do come with their own set of complications.  Many financial institutions struggle to find an equilibrium in their firewall configurations that allows for a functional and open work environment while still blocking all malicious traffic. continue reading »last_img