Engaging consumers where they are now and in the future will be key topics at NAFCU’s 2102 Technology and Security Conference set for Feb. 14-16 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
Breakout sessions will be on such topics as the latest IT trends and strategies; FFIEC guidance on authentication and anomalies; the top credit union fraud claims and loss prevention; data breach planning and procedures; and common lending data language, the trade group said.
Keynote speaker will be Peter Leyden, former managing editor of Wired magazine and co-author of “The Long Boom: A Vision for the Coming Age of Prosperity.” He’ll address shifts and technology and media and how they’re used by different generations.
“From Facebook to i-Phone apps, credit unions have a world of possibilities when it comes to communicating with members and improving their bottom line through technology,” said NAFCU President/CEO Fred Becker.
“With events like Bank Transfer Day yielding a host of new credit union members this year, credit unions must ensure they are operating at the vanguard of new technology,” Becker said.
Jan. 6 is the deadline for early registration. NAFCU members and non-members are welcome, the trade group said. Details are online.