NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz said the NCUA is contemplating proposing a rule that would require credit unions to encrypt the data provided to examiners in response to the examiner who lost a flash drive with members’ personal information.

The incident occurred during an examination of the $13 million Palm Springs Federal Credit Union in Palm Springs, Calif.


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