Educate Members About Security Threats
'Stickley on Security' online videos meet FFIEC guideline requirements.
Your members face identity theft risks every day.
“Stickley on Security” online videos educate your members about those risks and what members can do to protect themselves. These engaging videos meet the requirements of the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council’s guidelines.
As an added bonus, the online customization tool allows you to adjust the look and feel to match your existing site.
►“Protect Your Accounts Through Strong Passwords”;
►“Protect Yourself From Phishing Attacks”; and
►“Simple Tips for Secure Mobile Banking.”
Bring Better Oversight to Your CU
Attend CUNA Supervisory Committee & Internal Audit Conference in Las Vegas, Dec. 8-11, to become an overseer your credit union can depend on.
Th rough curriculum specific to credit union supervisory committees, this conference provides committee members and internal auditors with pertinent knowledge and updates on their roles in the coming year.
►Receive updates on fraud, audit, and oversight trends;
►Participate in expert-led presentations and sessions; and
►Earn credits toward the Certified Credit Union Volunteer (CCUV) designation.
For more information about the conference, visit training.cuna.org/sciac. Register before Oct. 8 to save $200 on registration.
Gain Industry Insight On Tech Spending
The 2013-2014 CUNA Technology Spending Report provides valuable perspective about the current state of technology in the credit union industry, as well as where it’s headed in the future.
This report explores the growing demand of members for remote delivery channels, but also top-notch data security—and the challenge that places on credit unions striving to protect their members.
Use the report to benchmark your credit union’s technology-related plans and approaches with those of your credit union peers. Get the report today at cuna.org/operations.
Become a Security Expert
Ensure your credit union is safe from robberies and fraud, as well as other thefts and scams.
Earn your Credit Union Security & Fraud Expert (CU-SFE) designation to showcase your knowledge and ability to keep your credit union secure from harm.
Earn the designation or recertify by attending CUNA Security & Fraud eSchool, Oct. 27-Nov. 27, and successfully complete the optional exam.
To learn more about the designation visit cuna.org/cusfe.