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New certification ready for security fraud prevention pros
MADISON, Wis. (5/20/08)--Security and fraud prevention professionals can verfiy their ability to secure the safety of their credit unions through the new CUNA Security Certification School, Sept. 21-26 in Seattle. General sessions, presented by the Credit Union National Association, will overview security and compliance issues, information technology and facility security, electronic fraud, and current fraud trends and future threats. There are two tracks of breakout sessions--one for security and fraud experts, and the other for security technology experts--to explore topics critical to the learners’ areas of expertise. Two certification options are available for attendees wanting to pursue the credentials:
* Credit Union Security and Fraud Expert Certification (SFE)--designed for staff responsible for credit union facility security and fraud issues; and * Credit Union Security Technology Expert Certification (STE)--created for those accountable for the development and implementation of security procedures and practices that guard credit unions from intrusions and threats.
On-site testing will be provided for attendees who wish to obtain either certification. For more information, use the link.
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