Two Washington state credit unions are among the first participants in a new fraud-fighting network created by Microsoft and the National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance.

They are $9 billion BECU of Tukwila and $277 million Yakima Valley Credit Union of Yakima. They became members of the new Internet Fraud Alert program at no extra cost as customers of Internet Identity (IID), a Tacoma-based provider of Internet security services, the company said.

Members of the program are instantly notified when fraudulent activity involving stolen credentials from their members or customers is discovered.

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