- Information Security Program (ISP)
Information Security Assessment Services (ISAS)
- Internal Security Assessment (ISA)
- External Vulnerability Assessment/Penetration Testing (EVA/PT)
- Physical Security Assessment (PSA)
- Remote Internal Vulnerability Assessment (R/IVA)
- Wireless Vulnerability Assessment (WVA)
- Branch Controls Assessment (BCA)
- Virtual Vulnerability Assessment (VVA)
- Website Penetration Testing Assessment (W/PTA)
- Mobile Device Management Assessment (MDM)
- Risk Management/Business Continuity Program
- CastleGarde NetAudit (CNA)
- Remote Social Engineering (RSE)
- Website Compliance Assessment (WCA)
Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering Audit (BSA/AML Audit)
The Bank Secrecy Act/Anti-Money Laundering (BSA/AML) Audit is intended to assess the effectiveness of the credit union’s BSA/AML compliance program and the credit union’s compliance with the regulatory requirements pertaining to the Bank Secrecy Act, including a review of the credit union’s risk management practices.
CastleGarde’s BSA/AML Audit is divided into fourteen facets. Each facet includes many audit items that a CastleGarde professional will examine during the course of the audit. The audit is conducted through a combination of questions, staff interviews, direct observation, a sample review, and testing.
The BSA/AML Audit includes a review of the credit union’s risk assessment of its products and services, written BSA/AML compliance program, internal controls, and member identification procedures. CastleGarde reviews the filing, accuracy, meeting of deadlines, and retention by the credit union of the various BSA/AML reports to ensure compliance.
At the conclusion of the audit, CastleGarde conducts an exit interview summarizing the audit and sharing any high-priority findings.
At a later date, CastleGarde issues specific recommendations in a comprehensive written report that outlines what is necessary to eliminate and correct deficiencies in the credit union’s BSA/AML compliance as determined by the audit.