The NCUA issued prohibition orders Dec. 31 that banned six former credit union employees from federally insured institutions. Three of the six were from the $12.6 million OTS Federal Credit Union in Honolulu, which an FBI agent described as a den of thieves
Among the NCUA's monthly prohibition orders are three former OTSFCU employees charged with running separate fraud schemes.
TruMark Financial fraud investigator connects the dots for local authorities and prevents additional account theft.
Official says Android devices remain a prime target for mobile malware.
CLEVELAND — Alex R. Spirikaitis, the central figure of the $15 million fraud scheme that led to the collapse of the Taupa Lithuanian Credit Union, was sentenced to 130 months in federal prison Dec. 1 by U.S. District Court James S. Gwin in Cleveland.
It’s not about higher and stronger fences, but building better and smarter tools inside your barriers.
Credit unions urged to review backup policies and contingency plans for wide-scale workstation outage.
CLEVELAND — Taupa Lithuanian CEO sentenced to prison. New details emerge about weapons cache.
Small credit union processes $1B in outgoing wires in 2013 alone.
A Wisconsin credit union has disclosed it is among the victims of an alleged nationwide fraud scheme that may involve more than $175 million in bogus U.S. Department of Agriculture-backed loans that were sold to financial institutions, retirement funds, municipal groups and other investors across the country, according to the...