law enforcement

  • 111 Indicted in ‘Largest Identity Theft Takedown in U.S. History’

    New York authorities say more than $13 million pilfered in 16 months.

  • ABA Launching Web Portal to Track Robbery Data

    The American Bankers Association has announced a new website that will allow more-timely reporting of bank robbery data.

  • Data Control in the Cloud

    Whether your credit union is already using the cloud or is planning to do so during the next year, data security should be one of your main concerns.

  • Becker Named CEO

    ISPFCU of Springfield, Ill., last week announced that Megan Becker had been promoted to chief executive officer.

  • On-Site Coverage: Visa Security Summit: Chip and Pin Is In

    WASHINGTON — If nothing else, card-issuing credit unions should feel assured that an awful lot of intelligent people go to work every single day with no higher priority than helping to keep their card data secure.

  • Spear Phishing Seen on the Rise

    Cyber criminals are shifting their phishing attacks to global targets and deploying sophisticated spear-phishing attacks that focus on individuals.

  • Cyber Attackers Broaden Base, Focus of Targets

    Cyveillance said in a new report that cyber criminals are shifting their phishing attacks to global targets and deploying sophisticated spear-phishing attacks that focus on individuals they hope will unknowingly give them access to the cache of cash.

  • Pacific Service CU Keeps Spotlight on Elder Abuse

    With a $5,000 donation to the Elder Financial Protection Network, Pacific Service Credit Union recently marked its 10th consecutive year of bringing awareness to preventing the financial abuse of elders and dependent adults.

  • Harden Your Branches

    We have 21 branches, and we think we have a very successful robbery prevention program. The article regarding three repeat robberies at the same branch was unfortunate [Jan. 26, page 1].

  • Risk Council Website

    The Credit Union Risk Council has launched a new website aimed at helping credit unions better arm themselves against card fraud, including the first secured channel of communications with law enforcement of its kind, the group said.

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