Target breach to be discussed at Tech-Sec Conference
Credit unions attending NAFCU's Technology and Security Conference will learn the latest on fraud trends and managing threats in light of the massive Target Corporation data security breach, which potentially affects up to 110 million consumers.
During the conference, Feb. 11-13 in Las Vegas, credit union attendees will hear about critical areas of cybersecurity as well as the current efforts for legislation mandating that merchants take a more active role in protecting consumer's data.
"Now more than ever, it is vital that credit unions are well-informed about the continuously evolving cyber landscape which this conference will address," said Dan Berger, NAFCU president and CEO.
Many of the sessions during this conference also touch on data security, including:
- seven critical areas of cybersecurity during: Personal Cybersecurity? What You Absolutely, Positively Need to Know;
- the latest fraud trends and how your credit union can leverage your own members to manage the threat of fraud; and
- NAFCU Senior Vice President of Government Affairs and General Counsel Carrie Hunt will discuss the Target data breach and efforts for legislation on third-party data breaches.
Members and nonmembers can register for NAFCU's Technology and Security Conference.
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