Straight to The Point: October 4, 2018


star3 Individuals can register for the New York Credit Union Association’s complimentary 2018 Joy Cousminer Workshop on Nov. 3 in New York City. The workshops, geared toward smaller asset-sized credit unions will focus on accounting basics and the latest compliance updatesThe Point

star3 The state Division of Human Rights shared its final model sexual harassment policy, training materials and guidance documents as it relates to the state’s new sexual harassment legislation that will go into effect on Oct. 9 – The Point

star3 When staff, managers and volunteers grow their talents with CUNA’s Self-Study Certificate Programs, credit unions reap the rewards of member satisfaction, better workplace morale and enhanced employee retention – The Point

star3 Consumers expect online businesses to be able to verify identities online, and about five out of six consumers said they would be more likely to use websites that have a “seal of approval” indicating they verify identities of all users – CU Times

star3 U.S. private payrolls recorded their biggest increase in seven months in September, boosted by hiring at construction sites and in the services sector – Reuters

star3 A ridiculous number of companies are exposing some or all of their proprietary and customer data by putting it in the cloud without any kind of authentication needed to read, alter or destroy it – KrebsOnSecurity

star3 Facebook, reeling from the latest security data breach that impacted 50 million users, said hackers did not access third-party websites with its single sign-on service – PYMNTS

star3 One in three voters do not know the name of their party’s congressional candidate for their district, according to a new poll – The Hill


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