Social media use, passwords and training are a few areas credit unions should look at to prevent attacks.
Read steps your credit union can take to reduce risk associated with the new cyberattack.
Industry consortium says phishing websites proliferated in the first half of 2012 in numbers not before seen.
Even in the virtual world, you can run out of real memory. That was the case at the $1.8 billion Grow Financial Federal Credit Union in Tampa, Fla., where its technologists recently completed a revamp of its virtual data center.
A study of 270 phishing attacks between mid 2009 and this past March found that many of the victims were repeat targets.
A survey of phishing attack targets by the Anti-Phishing Working Group found that many of them were repeat victims of hackers.