Posts Tagged: CU*Asterisk

CU*Answers Awarding $5000 in Cost of Compliance Contest

CU*Answers, data processor to nearly 200 credit unions nationwide, recently announced the Cost of Compliance contest, sponsored by its compliance division, AuditLink. Open to all credit union CEOs and CFOs, contest participants need to create a template that provides a standard way of calculating the cost of compliance. The template should list the costs of […]

AuditLink Fights Against Elder Abuse

AuditLink, the audit and compliance division of the West Michigan-based CUSO CU*Answers, is in the beginning stages of a campaign to fight elder abuse. Their first step in the fight is dedicating their ninth edition of Network Compliance Teacher to elder abuse. “We had an enormous response from our clients when we sent out the […]

CUNA Urges Comments on Risk Based Capital Proposal

CUNA’s Small Credit Union Committee created a call to action for Credit Unions to respond to the NCUA’s proposed Risk based Capital regulation.  The letter urges all credit unions to respond to the NCUA call for comments before the comment period ends on May 28th. CUNA and the NWCUA also sent this letter to all credit unions […]

CU*Answers Releases White Paper Assessing the Risk of DDoS Attacks

CU*Answers, the 100% credit union-owned, cooperative CUSO headquartered In Grand Rapids, MI has published a white paper focusing on assessing the risk of Distributed Denial-of-Service attacks (DDoS). The white paper was developed in conjunction with AuditLink, an auditing and compliance division of CU*Answers Managed Services. The document fully describes a DDoS attack and what credit […]

Amidst All The Numbers, The Value Of Still Telling The Story

By Frank J. Diekmann The business books and the pundits call it “lost opportunity cost,” the  abstract yet very real economic benefits never  realized because a business didn’t act when it should have. For credit unions this is hardly the time to talk about abstract costs when they’re being confronted by very tangible (and seemingly ongoing) expenses related to propping up the […]