In the final part of her series on AI-generated content, Emily Claus delves into the legal and ethical concerns, including several lawsuits, currently surrounding the use of AI material and why using it for anything important at the moment would be a misstep.
Becky Frankowski reflects on 30 years in accounting, how systems and technologies have changed during her tenure, and what concerns there might be surrounding these changes.
Financial institutions depend on email for daily communications, meaning if email is compromised, the credit union and member information are also compromised. Chris Shelton shares three email security tools your credit union can implement to keep your information safe.
Cybersecurity can be a large and overwhelming topic, and with so many different areas to jump into, knowing where to start can be a difficult task. Thankfully, cybersecurity expert Andrew Hinson has some great tips for approaching cybersecurity from a higher level.
At first glance, one might assume that audio banking is slowly disappearing as digital methods become increasingly popular and convenient. But there’s more to the story, says Brian Maurer, who argues that thanks to devoted members, audio banking may live longer than expected.
As cyber liability insurance carriers recover from losses after increased ransomware attacks, the demand for multi-factor authentication has not only risen, but organizations may now be denied insurance if they lack appropriate security measures, says Patrick Sickels.
As CUSOs, we often like to believe our line of products and services are the best fit for everyone. However, as Bob Anderson suggests, one size does often not always fit all, and offering a wide selection of vendors to choose from can only benefit your credit unions in the long run.
AI-generated content seems to be the latest trend in new technology, so how can credit unions take advantage of this new tool while not depending too heavily on it? Sam Lechenet offers advice for credit unions looking to experiment with AI content.
As member interest in cryptocurrencies rises, some credit unions are debating whether it’s time to meet the challenge while others balk at the mere idea. Cryptofi discusses the initial steps toward implementing crypto and how credit unions can work with third parties to bring members the technology they are asking for.
Your credit union website is not only an essential tool for current members, it’s often the first thing prospective members see and can be the difference between gaining that new member or not. David Damstra covers some common mistakes made when making a website and how your credit union can avoid these and put its best foot forward.