New data breach polices impacting credit union IT teams.

Starting on September 1, credit unions and other organizations doing business with Colorado residents will have just 30 days to notify members about data breaches, thanks to a new law in the state. The change highlights the growing importance among credit unions of keeping an eye on state-level data-breach regulations, according to one cybersecurity attorney.

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