Category Archives: Credit Unions

NCUA Butts Heads with Credit Unions, Vendors

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Debbie Matz, the Chair of the National Credit Union Administration, recently called for greater vendor regulation and oversight for credit unions in the U.S, out of a fear that vendor vulnerability could compromise credit union data. Her fear is founded, since vendor vulnerability has been the cause of multiple major data breaches, but credit unions have spoken up against greater…

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Chick-fil-A: The First Data Breach of 2015

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If 2014 was “the year of the data breach,” then 2015 is already carrying the torch. Just two days into 2015, Chick-fil-A announced an investigation they’re conducting into a potential data breach with payment cards used at their locations. Chick-fil-A was forthcoming with consumers and interested parties in a press release posted to their website on January 2, which also…

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