On April 8, Microsoft will cease to issue security updates for Microsoft XP, the preferred operating system for credit union ATMs.
Credit unions aren't expecting any big, flashy mobile releases in 2014; rather, they'll upgrade existing systems.
Did the security standards fail in recent data breaches, or were they improperly implemented? Does it even matter?
Add Apple to the list of potential new players in the payments market.
Security updates for Microsoft XP end April 8. Nearly all credit union ATMs run on the system.
Trials of T-Mobile's new banking services show appeal to pre-paid, post-paid consumers.
Recent reports allege substantial security flaws, especially in credit union apps. Developers disagree with the reports and say their apps are safe.
One technology executive predicts mobile banking users will soon eclipse online banking users.
Credit unions that informed members and replaced cards early are reporting few to no losses.
Tech exec predicts mobile banking users will soon eclipse online banking users.