This Month in Credit Union Magazine
How to fend off cyberattacks.
Today’s cyber criminals launch advanced, persistent threats that can slip behind a firewall and go undetected for months at a time. These threats require a well-rounded approach to security—a combination of best practices and sophisticated tools.
Your Weakest Link
Cyber thieves are targeting employees through fake profiles, email scams, and malware. Fortunately, credit unions have many options to address this issue.
Strive for ‘Top of App’ Status
Credit unions increasingly seek placement of their cards not only at “top of wallet” but “top of app” within the rapidly growing mobile ecosystem. Drive interchange revenue by providing members with incentives to use your cards for mobile and recurring payments.
Don’t shy from these conversations managers must initiate with employees.
Tackle compliance challenges collectively by tapping into CUNA’s many resources.
Small, inexpensive behavioral interventions can improve financial performance.
Cyberattacks have severe consequences for organizations globally.
ADVANCING THE VISION
Food pantry drive showcases GECU’s commitment to the DE Day of Service.
West Community CU’s Jason Peach shares insights on his leap from CFO to CEO.
The Federal Reserve sees the need for ‘agefriendly’ services to combat elder abuse.
JUST AROUND THE CORNER
HMDA compliance could come sooner than you think.
A NEGATIVE FORMULA
Unsecured loan portfolios decrease at military credit unions post-Military Lending Act.
Partner with fintech firms, the Filene Research Institute advises.
TOOLS OF THE TRADE
To improve member service, make operational changes that improve employee productivity.
CREDIT UNIONS FOR KIDS
50 ACUC attendees pack personal care kits for a Children’s Miracle Network hospital.
Same-day ACH is a royal pain, but it’s clearly popular.