Why are so many credit unions using EVault?

EVault is the industry leader in credit union data security and disaster recovery solutions.  With services starting at under $100 per month, there’s never been a better time to consider EVault.

The Benefits of EVault for Credit Unions

Security of Data:

The last thing you want is your member’s information getting into the wrong hands.  Other methods of backup, such as tape, are often not encrypted and require handling by several people before they arrive in a secure environment.  Any one of those hands along the way could be a potential security threat.  EVault does not require user intervention.  No one, not even EVault, can access your credit union’s data unless they have your encryption password.

Meet Compliance Requirements:

Whether your credit union adheres to the NCUA, DFI, GLBA, SOX, or FFIEC, EVault will allow you to pass compliance audits seamlessly.  In fact, some of the regulatory bodies use EVault by name as the industry standard for data backup service.  Click here to see the 2013 DFI survey that references EVault.

Disaster Recovery:

You never know what sort of disaster is lurking around the corner.  EVault’s on-site and cloud-based solutions allow for easy data recovery that ensures business continuity and a rapid return to operations.

 

With over 100 EVault implementations for credit unions under our belt, you can trust Btech to provide quick installation and comprehensive management of your EVault solution.  Talk to us today about getting started.

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“We chose to work with Btech for their EVault data backup service. We were looking to not only ensure the security of our credit union’s data, but also partner with a company that could manage both the implementation and the support for EVault. I was amazed by how quickly Btech was able to install EVault and I couldn’t be happier with their responsive technical support. I would recommend Btech’s expertise to any credit union.”
 
Dietmar Huesch, CFO
First Financial Credit Union