Hunt talks Target breach at Tech-Sec
14, 2014 - NAFCU Senior Vice President of Government Affairs and General
Counsel Carrie Hunt discussed the recent Target breach and its implications on
credit unions with attendees Thursday during the final day of NAFCU’s Technology and Security Conference in Las Vegas.
spoke about hearings and bills Congress has initiated in light of
the Target breach, and in response to NAFCU’s urging. She also talked about
NIST’s release of a cybersecurity framework with voluntary guidelines, a move
supported by NAFCU, as well as President Obama’s executive order on
also discussed NAFCU’s ongoing efforts to push national standards for
merchants’ data protection, noting the “chip-and-PIN” card technology retailers
are promoting won’t solve the problem of data breaches.
Vice President of Corporate Marketing Lorena Harris spoke about the emergence
of the omniconsumer, new shopping and banking trends.
She discussed ways credit unions can earn new business and build
omniconsumer relationships using mobile payments.
FCU Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer Patrick Yager lead a peer
session on crisis management for credit unions and their members.
year’s Technology and Security Conference is Feb. 9-11 at Planet Hollywood
Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. The
conference is open to NAFCU members and nonmembers.
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