Both CUNA and NAFCU say they support efforts that would require retailer accountability for breaches.
Some call for a national data security standard, others say consumers entitled to free, ongoing access to credit reports.
Mandate would clarify, strengthen obligations companies have to notify customers when their data has been compromised.
Trade group advises NCUA to look internally for better ways to protect member data.
Chairman Debbie Matz also estimates the Palm Springs FCU breach will cost between $15K and $20K.
The NCUA Inspector General's 2015 plans also include a review of credit union financial statement audit requirements.
Inspector general will audit the NCUA's internal controls, transparency and leaks in Palm Springs FCU data loss.
Park ‘N Fly lots may have been target of a credit and debit card breach, noted security blogger says.
Former NCUA board member urges agency to release more details on the cause and cost of the Palm Springs FCU breach.
A flash drive containing member data from the $13M Palm Springs FCU is lost during an NCUA exam.