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Credit unions with members who work for a company negotiating a contract with nations like China or Russia could be vulnerable to APT attacks.

The late August news of a data breach at JPMorgan Chase rocked the world of fintech info security: The huge money center bank was apparently hit by hackers said to be affiliated with a nation state.

Details remain scarce, but that does not matter to credit unions. What matters the question of whether credit unions could withstand a nation state level advanced persistent threat attack. Further, do credit unions really know if they have been penetrated already?

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