The Risks and Rewards of Biometric Data

The Risks and Rewards of Biometric Data

While biometric data can reduce the risk of fraud, credit unions and other financial institutions need to take steps to reduce risk and ensure the protection of said data, says Patrick Sickels.

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The Importance of Multi-Factor Authentication and How It Protects Your Credit Union

The Importance of Multi-Factor Authentication and How It Protects Your Credit Union

Cybercriminals are always working on their attack methods and finding ways to compromise identities and accounts. Multi-factor authentication, Brian Henderson explains, is a critical tool in protecting your credit union, your employees, and in turn, your members.

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Why Cloud Email Could Compromise Your Credit Union

Why Cloud Email Could Compromise Your Credit Union

Despite all the benefits that come with hosting email on a cloud environment, there are also a number of risks. Dave Wordhouse covers some of the ways cloud email might put a credit union at risk, and how you can tighten your email controls to better secure your credit union.

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CUNA Calls on Government for Regulatory Standards Regarding Digital Assets

CUNA Calls on Government for Regulatory Standards Regarding Digital Assets

CUNA has called on the Treasury Department to create a national standard on digital assets, as they claim a lack of regulatory oversight has allowed FinTechs to gain an unfair market share that runs rampant with illicit activities. Emily Claus reports.

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Tighten Up Your Debit Card Security Before It’s Too Late

Tighten Up Your Debit Card Security Before It’s Too Late

To wrap up cybersecurity month, Megan Thiemonge-Ramos shares some of the more common ways debit card fraud occurs and what measures your credit union can take to stay one step ahead.

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If You Give a Computer a Cookie

If You Give a Computer a Cookie

Cookie disclaimers seem to be everywhere these days. But what exactly is a cookie, and should you reject or accept it? Tony Muka shares the cookie basics and when your credit union website might need its own disclaimer.

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October is Cybersecurity Month—Are You Prepared?

October is Cybersecurity Month—Are You Prepared?

To kick off Cybersecurity Month, Emily Claus shares a few simple ways credit unions can use this opportunity to tighten their cybersecurity measures and educate members.

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The Anatomy of a Ransomware Incident (And What We Learned)

The Anatomy of a Ransomware Incident (And What We Learned)

As ransomware attacks grow more intricate, credit unions need to be constantly prepared for the worst. Matt Sawtell breaks down a recent ransomware incident and lessons learned for both the credit union and the parties involved.

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NCUA to Receive Third-Party Oversight with New Bill Introduced

NCUA to Receive Third-Party Oversight with New Bill Introduced

In a move opposed by credit union trade groups, Senators Jon Ossoff, D-GA, Cynthia Lummis, R-WY, and Mark Warner, D-VA, introduced a new bill that would provide NCUA with oversight powers over credit union organizations and service providers, reports CUSO Magazine’s Esteban Camargo.

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The Benefits of Card Controls and Push Notifications

The Benefits of Card Controls and Push Notifications

With self-service still at the forefront of banking, offering members features such as card controls and push notifications seems like a no-brainer. But how do these features work and what benefits will they provide your members? Nicole Cooper shares her thoughts.

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