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The risk of cyberattacks on credit unions is rising each year, and 2019 promises no abatement in online criminal activity. After all, consumer financial information – including intellectual property and identity – is a valuable currency on the black market, and criminals will target credit unions as quickly as they would a large bank or retailer.

Adding to the pressure, members expect their data and personal information to stay secure within their credit union. If their security is threatened, the institution can risk losing those members and suffering financial and reputational losses.

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