Vero in the News
Breach Management Must Focus on Response, Recovery
Due to advancing technologies and a growing amount of internationally-connected data floating around in the world, credit unions and other organizations can be considered powerless in their quest to stop all breaches in their tracks. Instead, they should invest their time and resources into response and recovery plans to put into action when the inevitable attack occurs. Read full article here.
Prepare now, because cyberattacks will happen
Credit Union Magazine
As featured in Credit Union Magazine and stated during a recent Real Risks, Real Data, Real Answers presentation, the question is no longer if a cyberattack will happen at your credit union. but when it will happen. Click here to view article.
Vero Launches ElderIDPro to Credit Unions
Vero launches exclusive identity theft fully managed recovery for elder members. Click here to view press release.
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NCUA Supervisory Priorities for 2017
For the second year in a row, cybersecurity and response procedures for unauthorized access to member information are key areas that will be reviewed during NCUA examinations in 2017. Click here for an excerpt of NCUA's Supervisory Priorities for 2017.
Equinox breach already taking a toll on consumers
The scenario that personal finance and credit experts feared most about the heist of consumer data from Equifax may already be underway.
Criminals are using the stolen information to apply for mortgages, credit cards and student loans, they’re tapping into bank debit accounts, filing insurance claims and racking up substantial debts, according to a major new class-action suit. Full article here.