MADISON, Wis. (7/11/08)--Credit union professionals can learn about effective due diligence for third-party e-commerce and other credit union payment system issues at the Credit Union National Association’s upcoming Payment Systems Conference, Sept. 8-10 in Baltimore. The conference will cover National Credit Union Administration due diligence guidelines, vendor risk assessment, and effective planning for third-party e-commerce. Other conference highlights include:
* Payment systems for business members--explains how to structure small business payments services, additional products to consider and the value of offering cash management services; * Update on check imaging and Check 21--explores check imaging trends, new legal risks and credit unions’ relationship with the Electronic Check Clearing House Organization; * Fraud implications of automated clearing house (ACH) evolution--identifies new ACH volume drivers, attack vectors and the impact on retail payments, the fundamental relationship basis, and tools for detection and prevention; * Unauthorized member ACH debit--discusses Regulation E dispute process, the differences between Regulation E and the ACH rules, and the rights and requirements for consumer and business members; * Managing cross-channel payment risks--examines wire and credit/debit card attacks, fraud prevention, and enterprise-wide transaction monitoring; and * National Automated Clearing House Association (NACHA) update--risk experts will address compliance, new ACH rules, new NACHA pilots and more.
Attendees will hear about current and pending legislation that will affect credit cards and other payment systems issues and marketplace innovations. For more information, use the link.