News & Events Article Features AmeriCU's ISO

January 17, 2014

Kevin Tampone's article in the Post Standard and on consumer security tips features Mr. Ken Major, AmeriCU's Information Security Officer.

Syracuse, N.Y. — At this rate, all of us are going to have to deal with the potential for fraud as a result of a retail data breach.

First it was Target and its announcement of a breach involving 40 million debit and credit cards and the personal information of 70 million customers. Then it was Neiman Marcus.

And apparently there are other, yet unnamed retailers affected by the string of attacks, according to Reuters.

All that begs the question: If you're affected, what should you do? Or better yet, what should you be doing to stay secure before a breach occurs? Read more>>

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