CUNA has announced its second speaker for the CUNA GAC, Feb. 21-25 in Washington, D.C. Longtime journalist Ted Koppel will discuss the likelihood of a cyberattack on America’s infrastructure and the potential consequences it would have. The presentation is based on his best selling book Lights Out: A Cyberattack, A Nation Unprepared, Surviving the Aftermath.
Koppel, the veteran former host of ABC’s Nightline, is one of the most respected and acclaimed journalists in broadcasting. Since leaving ABC in 2005, he has produced documentaries for the Discovery Network and served as a contributor to NBC News, BBC America and National Public Radio.
Best-selling Author Daniel Pink will speak Sunday night at the CUNA GAC as part of the Ed (Filene) Talk. It’s a special session for those arriving to Washington early. Visit the CUNA GAC website to see the current schedule.
Credit unions are encouraged to register today for the CUNA GAC. The LSCU room block at the Washington Grand Hyatt is filling up, make your reservations today. If you need to cancel your room, the cutoff date is Dec. 18 to cancel with no penalty.