Technology

Phony listings poison search engine results

March 23, 2010
Over 18 months, TraceSecurity  Co-founder/Chief Technology Officer Jim Stickley employed his talent for exploiting security flaws to show how easily search engine listings could be poisoned by malicious schemes. The Credit Union of Southern California in Whittier allowed Stickley to mimic its Web site as part of the experiment. “We... READ MORE

Leverage Technology to Ease the Compliance Burden

March 10, 2010
Steve Gibbs : Use technology to lessen the compliance burden and control costs. By Steve Gibbs Compliance has always been a tedious process involving much reading and even more research. In the “good old days,” disclosures were reviewed word by word and annual percentage rates were determined on a hand-held... READ MORE

Ten Tweets You Should Never Send

March 09, 2010
"You’re boring. That’s why people are ignoring you.” Seth Godin , marketing guru By Jeffry Pilcher If you’re at all familiar with Twitter , then you know its users have struggled with one basic problem since the service was launched: mundane and trivial tweets. Things have improved recently, and now... READ MORE

2010's Top 10 Information Security Threats

February 09, 2010
The start of a new year is a great time for companies to evaluate their information security practices and prepare for threats they’ll face in the coming year, says Kevin Prince, chief technology officer for Perimeter eSecurity , Milford, Conn. “As these security threats become more serious and difficult to... READ MORE

Social Media Guidelines and Policies

February 08, 2010
Conference to Offer Social Media Guidance The 16th Annual CUNA Human Resources/Training & Development Council Conference will feature a session on social media for HR, plus more than 25 other sessions covering industry-essential issues such as: Mergers ; Performance management ; and Remote workforces . The conference will be held April 11-14... READ MORE

What Does the Future Hold for Branches?

January 27, 2010
By Patrick Totty Many credit union members view brick-and-mortar branches in much the same way that college kids think of home: They function well away from it but love basking in the sheer comfort and familiarity of the place. That basic need for human contact is why credit unions will... READ MORE

Top 10 Stories of 2009

January 15, 2010
Visitors to creditunionmagazine.com were most interested in regulations, corporate stabilization, and the recession during 2009. The most-read stories on creditunionmagazine.com during 2009 were: 10) Strange-But-True CU Crimes   Did you hear about the arrest police made in a 26-year-old credit union embezzlement case? Or about the member who deposited her... READ MORE

FIS Introduces New Bill Pay User Interface

December 17, 2009
FIS , one of the world’s largest providers of banking and payments technology, has unveiled its next generation bill payment solution for financial institutions. Take a tour of FIS’ new bill pay user interface. The new bill pay interface uses task-oriented, configurable modules that answer consumers’ hot button bill pay... READ MORE

Elan, IBT Provide EFT Processing Solutions

December 15, 2009
As part of its ongoing efforts to form partnerships with the industry’s leaders, Integrated Bank Technology (IBT) has announced a strategic alliance with Elan Financial Services to provide financial institutions with IBT’s innovative core processing applications and Elan’s leading ATM and debit processing services. In addition to the core ATM and... READ MORE

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