Experts emphasize the importance of vendor due diligence, new accountholder vetting and automation.
Credit unions must position themselves as hard targets to fight malicious email schemes.
Experts discuss the CIS’s 20 Critical Security Controls and the need for strong credentials.
Only 36% of CU Times readers say their credit union dedicates enough resources to internal fraud controls.
Protect your credit union’s digital village by keeping a close eye on employees, vendors and hackers.
The Anti-Phishing Working Group and an Agari whitepaper warn of a highly targeted form of phishing.
In a fraud survey, 83% of CU Times readers say computers that access member data also access the internet.
In March, 93% of phishing scams distributed ransomware, PhishMe reports. Here's how to protect your credit union.
Sole record access enables Lisa Hauptmann to steal $47,000 over four years.
Can you recognize a malicious email? Share this list of red flags with your employees.