On his first day on the job as the new president/CEO of the Credit Union Association of New Mexico, Paul Stull had little time for workplace introductions and other customary pleasantries.

He traveled to the state capital of Santa Fe, met all day with legislators and the attorney general’s staff to lobby for a new bill to strengthen data breach notification laws and, finally at 8 p.m., he spoke before a House Judiciary Committee asking members to approve the proposed legislation that’s been gaining more attention because of the recent Target breach fiasco.

“It used to be that the most dangerous thing you could do walking into a merchant’s store was to buy a defective product,” reflected Stull in an exclusive interview with Credit Union Times. “Today, the most dangerous thing you could do when you walk into a merchant’s store is that your personal and banking information could be stolen.”

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