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For what may be the first time ever, a credit union has become the biggest source of housing finance for a major metropolitan area in the U.S.
Some may call it a convergence of three game-changing forces that are rewriting financial institution security at warp speed.
More home buyers in Madison, Wis., area chose the credit union to finance home loans than any other lender in 2010.
Money from around the world pours into Harvard University, and into the accounts of members of Harvard University Employees Credit Union.
Judith E. Dupre, a senior international advisor to the FDIC, has been named executive secretary of the FFIEC.
What might look like a typical thumb drive to members of Northern Lights Federal Credit Union may actually be what regulators consider a top-tier secure and compliant way to access the Internet for online banking and shopping.
USB devices are one way to lock down online channel from increasingly pervasive attacks.
Modern security strategies have evolved past traditional approaches and anti-virus is now only one part of the layered solution.
Texas Credit Union Commissioner Harold E. Feeney has been named to another two-year term on the FFIEC's State Liaison Committee.