Federally insured credit unions have been told to ensure they have security measures in place in the wake of several recent online breaches.
The British branch of Equifax, one of the three large credit bureaus in the U.S., has warned that, in general, consumers do not have enough passwords to critical accounts and do not change the ones they have often enough.
Agency advises federally insured credit unions to ensure member information secure, note NSA, US-CERT warnings.
Targeted phishing attacks, spear phishing, could result soon from the recent massive breaches of email addresses and other information.
Easter Break over, lobbying resumes to delay or halt the new cap on interchange fees.
WASHINGTON — Despite news of the massive Sony PlayStation breach, a Visa executive says progress is being made in overall data security.
As I come to the end of my term as a board member and chair of NAFCU, it is with particular pride that I reflect upon how our industry has evolved over the last decade.
Credit Union Executives Society, Madison, Wis., announced that Barbara Kachelski,