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Alabama conserves CU with nearly $600 million
AUG. 27, 2015 -- Alabama One Credit Union, with nearly $600 million in assets and more than 60,000 members, was placed in conservatorship today "to enable the credit union to continue regular operations with experienced management" appointed by state regulators (subject to approval), and to “correct previous service and operational weaknesses.," the Alabama Credit Union Administration (ACUA) announced. READ

Day 2 of Cybersecurity Symposium looks at hacking, payments, assessment tool
AUG. 25, 2015 -- “Password guessing” and theft of passwords through network domain name servers (DNS) and broadcast protocols are two of the techniques hackers use to attack and infiltrate computer networks, an anti-hacking expert showed participants in day two of the NASCUS/CUNA Cybersecurity Symposium. READ

Cybersecurity symposium puts key issues on table in day 1

AUG. 24, 2015 -- The first day of the NASCUS/CUNA Cybersecurity Symposium opened to a packed house and a packed agenda of the latest developments in the realm of cyber security. More than 100 regulators, policy makers and IT professionals were present at the opening of the program, being staged in Denver, Colo. READ

Tina Miller takes reins in Tennessee as top CU supervisor

AUG. 21, 2015 -- Tina G. Miller has officially taken the reins as top credit union supervisor in Tennessee, according to a release from the state’s financial institutions department. READ

Illinois signs cooperative agreements with 16 other states

Aug. 19, 2015 – Interstate branching for Illinois state credit unions has become more accessible with the recent signing by the state of cooperative agreements with 16 other states, as announced Tuesday (Aug. 18) by Illinois Department of Finance and Professional Regulation Secretary Bryan Schneider. READ

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