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REACHING OUT TO LOCAL COMMUNITIES
updated 11/04/14 11:27 AM
CUs Spread Their Philosophy
Scroll down to view the latest on how credit unions and industry affiliates across California and Nevada are donating time and money to help the communities they serve, implementing new operational strategies for members, and advocating for the credit union movement!

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From the Editors of CU Weekly

PROPER DATA BREACH NOTIFICATIONS
updated 06/22/14 09:42 AM
What to Include for Members
What information does a credit union need to include in a data breach notification?

The answer lies in California Civil Code Sections 1798.80-.84, which states that the security breach notification must be written in plain language and include a number of other disclosures.

Click here to find out more within the Asked and Answered column on Page 18 in the June/July edition of Credit Union Digest!

You’ll also find helpful information on data-breach “do’s and don’ts”, as well as web links to legal codes, a sample data breach letter, and CUNA’s compliance blog.

 
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