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Best Practices for Preventing and Responding to Account Takeovers | Part 4 Authentication Summary

Best Practices for Preventing and Responding to Account Takeovers | Part 4 Authentication Summary

August 21, 2015
Learn how your credit union can develop a holistic approach to preventing, managing, and responding to various types of account takeover fraud, such as wire/ACH fraud.

Presented by Allied Solutions, LLC and NAFCU Services, this webinar is offered at no cost to the credit union community.
Best Practices for Preventing and Responding to Account Takeovers | Part 3 ~ Corporate Account Takeovers

Best Practices for Preventing and Responding to Account Takeovers | Part 3 ~ Corporate Account Takeovers

August 21, 2015
Learn how your credit union can develop a holistic approach to preventing, managing, and responding to various types of account takeover fraud, such as wire/ACH fraud.

Presented by Allied Solutions, LLC and NAFCU Services, this webinar is offered at no cost to the credit union community.
Best Practices for Preventing and Responding to Account Takeovers | Part 2 of 4 ~ Types and Holistic Approach

Best Practices for Preventing and Responding to Account Takeovers | Part 2 of 4 ~ Types and Holistic Approach

August 21, 2015

Learn how your credit union can develop a holistic approach to preventing, managing, and responding to various types of account takeover fraud, such as wire/ACH fraud.

Presented by Allied Solutions, LLC and NAFCU Services, this webinar is offered at no cost to the credit union community.

Best Practices for Preventing And Responding to Account Takeovers | Part 1 of 4 ~ How It Happens

Best Practices for Preventing And Responding to Account Takeovers | Part 1 of 4 ~ How It Happens

August 21, 2015

Learn how your credit union can develop a holistic approach to preventing, managing, and responding to various types of account takeover fraud, such as wire/ACH fraud.

Presented by Allied Solutions, LLC and NAFCU Services, this webinar is offered at no cost to the credit union community.

Solving the Credit Union ‘Tower of Babel’ (Conference Session)

Solving the Credit Union ‘Tower of Babel’ (Conference Session)

April 2, 2012

By creating true standards surrounding a lending format, communication, and security of credit union and partner data can be significantly improved, allowing for a similar improvement in services offered. This thought-provoking presentation from NAFCU's  2012 Technology and Security conference will educate you on the importance of developing standard protocols for lending data, how it benefits all stakeholders, and also how to go about creating these standards.

Presented by: David Hilger, Senior Vice President Information Technology, Allied Solutions and Chris Cazer, CEO, Osprey Software

Allied Solutions is NAFCU Services preferred partner for Insurance - Bond, Overdraft, Creditor Placed (CPI), Guaranteed Auto Protection (GAP), Mechanical Breakdown Protection (MBP), and MoneyAisle Reverse Car Loan & CD Auctions.

For more info: www.nafcu.org/allied

Data Breach Preparation & Response (Credit Union Conference Presentation)

Data Breach Preparation & Response (Credit Union Conference Presentation)

March 15, 2012

Has your credit union considered how member relations, legal compliance and brand reputation might be affected during a data breach? In this 2012 NAFCU Technology & Security Conference session recording you will learn about the risks of data breaches and how they could impact your credit union. You’ll also learn solutions and best practices for responding to members, partners and stakeholders during and after a breach. You will understand the importance of putting steps in place in advance and find out where stolen information usually ends up. We also take a look at real breach cases and provide tools and guidelines for breach preparation and response.

Presented by Christine El Eris, Director, Product Management, Affinion Group.

Affinion Group is the NAFCU Services Preferred Partner for AD&D Insurance, Enhanced Flex Checking and Identity Theft solutions for credit unions.

More information at www.nafcu.org/affinion

Internal Control Certification – It’s Not Just an Accounting Thing (Credit Union Conference Session)

Internal Control Certification – It’s Not Just an Accounting Thing (Credit Union Conference Session)

March 4, 2012

In this recorded 2012 NAFCU Technology & Security Conference session, you will learn about the internal control certification process and how it impacts more than just the accounting department. Discover the importance of becoming internal control certified, gain insight on the impact of recent regulation change from SAS70 to SSAE 16, and get a walkthrough of the process and audit reports (Type I & Type II) as well as discuss the involvement from the “technology side of the house,” including documentation of systems controls, disaster recovery and more!

Presented by Jeff Ziliani, CPA, Director of Finance and Administration, Burns-Fazzi, Brock

Burns-Fazzi, Brock is the NAFCU Services Preferred Partner for Executive Benefits and Compensation Consulting and Long Term Care Insurance.

More information at www.nafcu.org/bfb.

The Top Ten Credit Union Fraud Claims and How to Prevent Them (Credit Union Conference Session)

The Top Ten Credit Union Fraud Claims and How to Prevent Them (Credit Union Conference Session)

February 28, 2012

How do your experiences with fraud stack up against other credit unions? In this 2012 Technology & Security Conference session presentation we get a unique look into data provided by several major providers of credit union bond coverage and reveal the top ten credit union fraud claims. Even more important, we uncover the latest techniques and strategies for preventing them. This presentation and shared information allows listeners to benchmark their experience against this first-of-its kind industry-wide information shared from multiple service providers.

Presented by Don Thompson, Independent Consultant, Allied Solutions

Allied Solutions is the NAFCU Services Preferred Partner for Insurance - Bond, Overdraft, Creditor Placed (CPI), Guaranteed Auto Protection (GAP), Mechanical Breakdown Protection (MBP) and for MoneyAisle Reverse Car Loan & CD Auctions.

More info at www.nafcu.org/allied

The Reality Behind Cyber-War: Discussion with Joseph Menn, author of Fatal System Error

The Reality Behind Cyber-War: Discussion with Joseph Menn, author of Fatal System Error

December 16, 2010

The recent cyberwar that has erupted over WikiLeaks is just the latest evidence of what can and is happening on the Internet. From their initial beginnings extorting cash from online gambling sites to today’s botnets and denial-of-service attacks, today we’ll be hearing about who is doing this, what they are doing, and the international hunt for the new crime lords that are bringing down the Internet. You’ll also hear a real-world adventure story – for example, what would you do if the chief of police in Astrakhan invites you to go boar hunting after dinner, the night before you’re about to arrest a major hacker? Listen to the podcast and come to the NAFCU 2011 Technology & Security Conference to hear the answer!

In this podcast we visit with Joseph Menn, author of Fatal System Error, & a speaker at the upcoming NAFCU Technology & Security Conference, February 15-17, 2011, in Las Vegas.

Joseph Menn is the author of Fatal System Error, which is on the recommended reading list for the U.S. Strategic Command (charged with protecting U.S. interests in cyberspace). Mr. Menn also covers cyber security and other technology issues for the Financial Times, after a decade on the same beat for the Los Angeles Times. This is his second book, and he is also a two-time finalist for the Gerald Loeb Award, the top prize in business reporting.

For more information: www.nafcu.org/technologywww.fserror.com

Interviewer: David C. Frankil, President, NAFCU Services Corporation, dfrankil@nafcu.org; (703) 842-2226

Enterprise Risk Management: What Credit Unions Need to Know

Enterprise Risk Management: What Credit Unions Need to Know

August 5, 2010

Enterprise risk management is not just a process credit unions utilize to mitigate and manage the negative consequences of normal business operations. It is a practice of balancing risk and profitability. By understanding and managing the critical uncertainties that affect day-to-day business, credit unions can execute the proper strategies to achieve their performance goals in a post-financial crisis era. Learn how to apply ERM to your corporate strategies, assure leadership that risks are properly identified, and balance risk management and business objectives in this recorded session from NAFCU's 43rd Annual Conference. Download the presentation slides here.

Contact: Tara Heuse Skinner, Solutions Architect, SAS Americas Risk Practice, Email: Tara.Skinner@sas.com; Phone: 864-243-8785; Web: www.sas.com/ForCreditUnions

Resources: www.nafcu.org/saswww.nafcu-annual.org