Warning to Target No. 1 story in February Top 7
March 3, 2014 – February's Top 7 list of NAFCU Today stories is headlined by the warning Target Corporation received well before the massive data breach that affected as many as 110 million consumers.
The story, "Target was warned of data security problems," published on Feb. 19. It drew from reports that said computer security staff recommended the company review its payment card system security more than two months before the breach, when Target was updating its payment terminals and preparing for the holidays.
The rest of February's Top 7, from most-read down, are as follows:
- "Carrier: CUs will take $6B hit from NCUA capital rule," Feb. 12
- "FinCEN guidance out on marijuana businesses," Feb. 18
- "CFPB eyes expanded HMDA reporting," Feb. 10
- "Voluntary liquidation proposal, NCUSIF up Feb. 20," Feb. 14
- "NAFCU, others set record straight on data security," Feb. 6
- "NAFCU study: Americans see $17B in benefits yearly from tax-exempt CUs," Feb. 20
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