8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » NAFCU President and CEO Dan Berger asserted the association’s ongoing focus on winning passage of comprehensive data and cybersecurity legislation, one of the association’s top priorities for 2018, in an op-ed published yesterday in CUTimes.Berger noted that frequent data security breaches – in 2017 there were more than 1,200 reported by late November – have made protecting personal information nearly impossible and have cost financial institutions as they work to protect and restore affected members’ accounts. Berger cited a NAFCU survey that found merchant data breaches in 2016 “cost each credit union an estimated $362,000 in direct and indirect costs, including expenses related to monitoring, reissuance, fraud investigation, or losses and insurance.”“It’s imperative that everyone in the payments ecosystem take an active role in addressing emerging threats and protecting consumers’ personal financial information,” Berger wrote. “Credit unions, which serve more than 110 million member-owners, should not have to pay for the mistakes of third parties handling their members’ data. We need Congress to act so those members, and all Americans, can transact business with the knowledge that everyone handling their data is doing so responsibly.”
He says the players coming in will be easily motivated despite Creedon’s side missing out on one of the two promotion spots. The match against Wexford throws-in at 3 o’clock tomorrow in Clonmel and Tipp FM will have full live coverage in association with Bob Fitzgerald Hardware Clonmel. The Premier County will be aspiring towards putting ten points on the board in Division 3, despite missing out on the two promotion spots.They’ll come up against David Power’s Wexford side who are already facing into Division 4 next season.TippFM’s football analyst Lacey says with the seven changes manager Peter Creedon has made he may have to alter his style of play.