Straight to The Point: April 12


star3 The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council members, including NCUA, issued joint-guidance on cyberinsurance – NCUA

star3 The Association and eScope, a managed security services company, will host a complimentary webinar April 17 at 10 a.m. The webinar will highlight eScope’s services and their partnership with the Association – NYCUA

star3 Young professionals or volunteers interested in serving on the Young Professionals Commission should submit their nominations to the Association by April 14 – NYCUA

star3 A growing number of credit unions are interacting with members through text-messaging channels in place of more traditional contact methods – CU Journal

star3 LinkedIn is a major interest for cybercriminals because it is the place of vibrant business activity, and c-level executives are often targets – CU Times

star3 Social media sites are littered with seemingly innocuous quizzes, games and surveys that give criminals opportunities to gain answers to the “secret questions” companies often use for authentication purposes – KrebsOnSecurity

star3 Wall Street banks could face higher capital hurdles, while less systemically important banks would see modest reductions in the capital requirements, under a Federal Reserve proposal – Bloomberg

star3 New Jersey is working on creating a “state-level CFPB” – CUToday

star3 Andrew Cuomo’s proposal to ban pre-employment questions related to salary history follows similar legislation enacted at the local level – New York’s State of Mind


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