WASHINGTON (3/29/16)--Individuals wishing to provide feedback on the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council Cybersecurity Assessment Tool will have the chance April 7, as part of a National Standards of Institute and Technology cybersecurity workshop.
Increasingly frequent and severe cyberattacks involving extortion sparked a warning to credit unions and other financial institutions from the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council Tuesday.
The regulatory burdens for credit unions due to the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council’s Cybersecurity Assessment Tool will be much greater than the council estimates, according to CUNA.
CUNA compliance staff met with National Credit Union Administration staff this week to discuss the details of the new Cybersecurity Assessment Tool issued by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council.
With the first of four debates between presidential and vice presidential candidates kicking off Monday night, CUNA is launching the next phase of its "Strong Credit Unions. Strong Middle Class" campaign, allowing stakeholders to share the credit union message.
CUNA continues to push for a delay in the Department of Labor’s overtime rule so the agency has time to fully assess the impact the plan would have on credit unions, especially smaller ones and those in non-metropolitan areas.