January 2016
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This Month in Credit Union Magazine

Learn more about wellness programs, cybersecurity, and risk management.

January 1, 2016

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Tech & Wellness
CUs are increasingly looking for ways to upgrade their health and well-being programs. Wellness platforms are an answer for some. These technology solutions allow CUs to track health improvements, and gamify the experience for employees.

Prepare Now for a Cyberattack
The millions of pieces of personal member information—account numbers, Social Security numbers, dates of birth, and more—are prime reasons why CU leaders need to be aware of cybersecurity issues and threats, and review prevention and response plans.

Manage Risk Proactively
CU leaders surveying the landscape of potential business threats are constantly searching for ways to manage the complexity and volume of these hazards in today’s marketplace. But they also need to realize many systems that attempt to identify and mitigate risk can be limiting.
 

LEADING EDGE
The CU jobs of the future.
 
PRESIDENT’S PERSPECTIVE
CUNA Board approves efforts to overhaul bylaws and modernize membership structure.
 
TRENDLINES
Instead of seeking CU restrictions, banks should emulate the not-forprofits.
 
STAT SHOT
Consumer trends are improving corporate health initiatives.
 
ADVANCING THE VISION
Juntos Avanzamos program expands nationwide to serve Hispanics’ financial needs.
 
SPOTLIGHT
The Partnership Federal CU’s David Martinez is leading a ‘lending evolution.’
 
 
COMPLIANCE MATTERS
What’s next at the bureau?
 
FINE-TUNE YOUR SAR SYSTEM
Assess the effectiveness of your policies, procedures, and processes.
 
HMDA DATA COLLECTION, REPORTING CHANGES
The CFPB expands several requirements during the next four years.
 
 
TWENTYFOUR/SEVEN
College artists highlight CU’s roots.
 
TOOLS OF THE TRADE
Branches’ technological transformations require a threat reassessment.
 
 
WORLDWIDE
Financial access goes faster and farther in rural Mexico.
 
 
BRANCHING OUT
A hack or breach, no matter how trivial, can vastly damage your reputation.
 

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