Before 2013, Distributed Denial of Service attacks seemed to many credit union executives as something the other guys worried about. The prevailing attitude was: We’re not on anyone’s radar. We aren’t on anyone’s enemies list. Why worry?
Technological advancements are changing the ways credit unions comply with fair lending laws.
LAS VEGAS—CU Wallet, the credit union-owned digital wallet solution, announced at the Money2020 conference it has contracted with Massachusetts-based mobile wallet developer Paydiant.
Fifteen credit unions are betting the time is right for a credit union centric digital wallet. That’s why they threw their weight behind startup CU Wallet, the brainchild of Paul Fiore, founder of Digital Insight, and Kirk Drake, CEO of the Hagerstown, Md.-based CUSO Ongoing Operations.
Avivah Litan advises to "slow" wire transfers during attacks, which she says have been used as distraction to steal millions.
Spring has sprung. Play ball! Here are seven credit unions that are doing just that in their marketing strategies.
Experts have been quick to weigh in with opinions on the usefulness of NCUA’s counsel.
Call it a frighteningly mixed message. In the last week of January, the al-Qassam Cyber Fighters who had been claiming the Distributed Denial of Service takedowns of some of the nation’s largest financial institutions, turned their sights on credit unions.
Some timely hometown lessons in international cybercrime have been added to the agenda of NAFCU’s Technology and Security Feb. 26-28 in Austin, Texas.
Reducing deposit fraud cases is an important goal at any credit union. At University Federal Credit Union, one incident in particular triggered the need for a new solution that would allow it to take a preventative approach against this common form of fraud.