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Q2ebanking Trusteer offer fraud protection

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AUSTIN, Texas (4/18/12)--Q2ebanking, a provider of secure electronic banking solutions for credit unions and banks, has partnered with Trusteer, a provider of cybercrime prevention solutions, to add an additional layer of security to Q2ebanking's platform. 

The partnership integrates the Trusteer Product Suite, including Trusteer Rapport, with Q2ebanking's single platform of e-banking solutions. As a result, Q2ebanking clients have access to another fraud protection solution, which can strengthen their security and Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) compliance for multi-layer fraud protection.

Trusteer said its solutions prevent financial malware from infecting endpoints, secure Web browser's against tampering and data theft, and provide automated remediation.

Q2ebanking's platform of online, voice and mobile banking solutions operates on a single secure foundation that helps keep clients in compliance with new and updated guidance, the company said. Its security features meet FFIEC guidance by including multi-endpoint native out-of-band transaction authentication, security alerts, administrative controls with dual authorization, multi-factor authentication and VeriSign tokens to protect both consumer and commercial transactions.

CUs piloting SaveUp savings reward program

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SAN FRANCISCO (4/18/12)--Twenty credit unions have been selected to participate in SaveUp, a new pilot program that evaluates the emotional effects that rewards programs have on influencing consumers to make positive financial decisions.

Participating credit unions will distribute customized versions of the program to their members. The Filene Research Institute will track usage, monitor member feedback and compile the results of the project.

Members who use SaveUp will be rewarded each time they contribute to savings or retirement accounts, pay down credit cards or other loans, or use SaveUp's financial education materials.

Users can earn credits that can be redeemed for prizes from brands such as Virgin America, TurboTax and Banana Republic.

Since its launch in November, users have deposited more than $29.5 million in savings and paid down more than $25 million in debt.

Participating credit unions include:

  • Xceed Financial CU, El Segundo, Calif.;
  • Credit Union of the Rockies, Golden, Colo.;
  • Eli Lilly FCU, Indianapolis;
  • Frankenmuth (Mich.) CU;
  • Arsenal CU, Arnold, Mo.;
  • St. Mary's Bank, Manchester, N.H.;
  • Northeast CU, Portsmouth, N.H.;
  • Southwest FCU, Albuquerque, N.M.;
  • GPO FCU, New Hartford, N.Y.;
  • Oregon Employees FCU, Salem, Ore.;
  • Providence FCU, Milwaukie, Ore.;
  • Neighborhood CU, Dallas;
  • Belvoir FCU, Woodbridge, Va.;
  • Summit CU, Madison, Wis.; and,
  • Fox Communities CU, Appleton, Wis.