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Experts Urge Rapid Migration to Chip Technology
June 19, 2012
Credit unions issuing debit or credit cards should plan to migrate to chip technology soon, urge breakout session speakers.
Are We at a Digital Tipping Point?
June 18, 2012
The credit union system could be in the midst of a ‘strategic inflection point.’
Evaluating Social Media
June 13, 2012
Critical to the success of social media efforts is a simple practice: Move beyond promoting products and interact with other communities and posts.
Measure Your Social Media Success
June 6, 2012
Marketers struggle to figure out how social media fits into the marketing mix and how to gauge its performance.
Payments Trends Will Alter CU Business Model
June 1, 2012
The credit union business model is in jeopardy because of changes in the payment ecosystem.
Will EMV Chips Reduce Card Fraud?
May 21, 2012
Major credit card firms are trying to transition to a more secure card.
Improve Members’ Online Experience
May 14, 2012
Studies show about 50% of attempts to open accounts online fail.
Monitor Risks as Employees Use Social Media
May 11, 2012
Fewer than 30% of large organizations will block employee access to social media sites by 2014, according to Gartner. That’s compared with 50% just two years ago.
Payments Trends May Alter CU Business Model
May 10, 2012
With a significant portion of noninterest income derived from the payments ecosystem, CUs must be prepared for what’s next in payments.
Put Social Media to Work for You
May 1, 2012
Don’t look at social media tools as just more on your to-do list. View them as tools in your personal toolbox to improve leadership, suggests The Wall Street Journal.
Credit Union Magazine
May 2015 digital edition
USPS financial services possibilities include CU partnerships
The Office of the Inspector General for the U.S. Postal Service has issued a report examining the possibilities of the USPS offering affordable financial services products, with credit unions included in the mix.
CU warns college students about ‘card cracking’
Michigan State University FCU has spearheaded a campaign to raise awareness about a scam that’s becoming more popular state and nationwide.
ATM card data theft keyed to skimming
Criminals are using an old--but effective--technique to compromise debit cards used at ATMs, and their success has led to the highest number of attacks on card data in roughly two decades.
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