Straight to The Point: October 17, 2018

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star3 eScope Solutions, a provider of managed security systems and a business partner of the New York Credit Union Association, will host a webinar Thursday, Oct. 25, at 2 p.m. to learn about their managed Intrusion Prevention Systems – The Point

star3 Young credit union professionals have the opportunity to apply to “crash” the 2019 CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference, March 10-14, in Washington, D.C. – The Point

star3 As a reminder, credit union marketers and communications professionals can register for the Association’s annual Marketing Conference, Nov. 8-9, at the Courtyard by Marriott in Schenectady – The Point

star3 Checking account balances at credit unions spiked 3 percent during the 12 months that ended on June 30, 2018, but checking account balances at banks dropped 1.8 percent over the same period, according to new data – CU Times

star3 Despite a robust U.S. economy, real home price growth looks to have entered a cyclical downturn that is likely to intensify as affordability worsens – Bloomberg

star3 EMV continues to prevent crooks at the point of sale, a new report shows – CUToday

star3 The CFPB is planning a rulemaking to define what types of practices qualify as “abusive” to provide more clarity to the industry about the controversial standard, the agency’s interim chief said – CU Journal

star3Nearly 100 percent of unique comments made on net neutrality to the Federal Communications Commission last year were in opposition to the agency’s eventual move to repeal the regulations, according to a new study The Hill

star3 The blog discusses new guidance issued by the NCUA and analyzes the importance of this guidance for credit unions – New York’s State of Mind

 

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