Effort began last year in Texas and now goes national.
Call it a frighteningly mixed message. In the last week of January, the al-Qassam Cyber Fighters who had been claiming the Distributed Denial of Service takedowns of some of the nation’s largest financial institutions, turned their sights on credit unions.
When it comes to which social media channels have the most potential to help small businesses, respondents to a recent survey said LinkedIn topped the list.
California credit union second to confirm attack from Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Cyber Fighters, purportedly Iran-based.
You resent them a little, don’t you? Those big banks with their huge marketing budgets and well-known brands. Their glossy brochures and those dazzling websites. Your credit union has great ideas, too, but with such a limited budget, it’s impossible to accomplish.
Customer service and marketing are blending into one place, and education is next.
Agency invites credit unions to embed video on their own websites to educate members on NCUSIF deposit protection.
Pennsylvania Credit Union Association campaign debuts in January and targets women, younger demographics.
Video update includes Chief Economist John Worth's advice that credit unions need to remain vigilant.
In just a very few years, credit unions have become persuaded that they need to play in the technology arena. And a related reality is the spreading belief that “technology may allow smaller institutions to very successfully compete against much larger ones,” said Tony Rasmussen, a senior vice president at...