Hits & Misses Since Y2K

Jepson, Kevin
December 2010
Credit Union Journal;12/13/2010, Vol. 14 Issue 50, p1
Trade Publication
The article presents the predicaments and predictions that created technology headlines from 2000 that was related to credit union (CU) industry in the U.S. including hackers, electronic-commerce and electronic bill payment. According to homebanking vendors, CUs were not able to make a move to fight against denial of service (DoS) attacks that resulted to shutdown websites such as eBay Inc. and Yahoo Inc. without warning. It discusses the relevance of electronic signatures in many CUs.


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