PHOENIX – Arizona Federal Credit Union has selected online risk management company Cyveillance to provide that company's anti-phishing solution to the credit union. This comes in response to a recent Federal Trade Commission report that names Arizona as a national hotspot for identity theft. With 22 branches and $1.7 billion is assets, that makes Arizona Federal a prime target for cyber criminals. The Cyveillance product, part of a larger suite of online security tools, monitors the Internet in an effort to identify phishing sites as they're deployed. Once such a site is identified, the company proactively takes measures to shut the site down before any damage is done. "We want to do everything we can to make our members feel protected," said Jason D. Paprocki, assistant vice president of electronic services at Arizona Federal.

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