RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Security concerns for credit unions have evolved to include what's going out as much as what's coming in, and at Altura Credit Union, a little electronic appliance is making sure that doesn't include account numbers or other compromising information.

The $866 million CU is using the Websense Content Protection Suite to analyze and track the content and movement of data in its network, with an eye toward preventing unwanted leaks.

"As an industry, we've done a great job keeping people from the outside getting in, with intrusion detection systems and multiple firewalls, and that's all fine and good," said Glen Chrzas, Altura's vice president of technology. "Now we have to focus on protecting what's going out."

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