About half of all adults in the U.S. had their personal data exposed in 2014. Learn how to better protect your members.
Both CUNA and NAFCU say they support efforts that would require retailer accountability for breaches.
The $29B State Employees’ CU, others, highlighted for proactive fight against fraud.
Kaufman & Canoles lawyers highlight which areas will undergo significant changes this year.
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.
NAFCU and CUNA prepare to protect tax exemption this year in anticipation of possible tax reform.
Produced for members, the two-part series explains how to detect and prevent fraud, and includes a brief into to EMV technology.
The NCUA Inspector General's 2015 plans also include a review of credit union financial statement audit requirements.
Take a look back at the biggest hacks, attacks and breaches of the year.