CUSO Magazine sat down with Jim Lawrence, VP of Business Continuity and Operations for CU*Answers, to discuss his CUSO’s collaboration between Operations Management and Business Continuity and why others might want to consider following their lead.
Having an accessible website is a requirement these days, but that doesn’t mean it has to be a burden. Susanna Wojtkowiak covers some key accessibility topics and how you can use them to build a great experience for all your members.
In an increasingly interconnected industry, with new APIs opening the doors for greater integration of more platforms, risk lurks right around the corner. Patrick Sickels discusses the inherent risk of APIs, but why it’s an acceptable cost for business innovation.
What can credit unions do to prevent or mitigate losses from brute force BIN attacks? Audit and compliance expert Jim Vilker and EFT expert Heather French explain what a brute force BIN attack is and what credit unions can do to limit the damage.
In a follow-up to his previous article on eNotarization, John Beauchamp reveals what changes coronavirus has brought to the electronic document game, and if we can expect these changes to last beyond the pandemic.
Apple is a tough critic when it comes to accepting mobile apps on their store, from the icon you use to the internal design, it’s all heavily scrutinized. Having been through this process himself, Kristian Daniel lays out some of the common reasons mobile apps are rejected, and how to help yours pass inspection.