Data privacy and credit unions in 2020

Published by: Jose Ortiz

February 20, 2020 | TruStage

In a changing digital world, many consumers continually weigh convenience and customized experiences with the privacy of their personal information. They simultaneously demand increased protection of their personal information and transparency over how the information is used. Policymakers are taking note of these tensions and engaging in debates on data privacy at the state, federal, and global levels. Megan Balogh, Director of Corporate & Legislative Affairs at CUNA Mutual Group (CMG), shares more on what data privacy policy changes mean to credit union leaders and what to expect in 2020 in this article.

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