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Mass. league veteran added to BITS Liaisons Task Force
WASHINGTON (8/9/11)--John Morawski, Massachusetts Credit Union League chief technology officer, has agreed to join the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) BITS Liaisons Task Force. Morawski is a long-time credit union movement veteran and has worked with the league since 1998. He has performed technology consulting work on behalf of the league by helping credit unions research data processing systems and negotiate technology vendor contracts. He has also conducted on-site Gramm-Leach-Bliley audits and used his skills as a certified ethical hacker to help credit unions address weaknesses in their computer networks. BITS is a financial services trade group that aides growth of electronic financial services for financial institutions and consumers. It represents the 100 largest U.S. financial institutions. The Credit Union National Association (CUNA) takes part in BITS’ committees and working groups related to fraud, regulation, security, and other issues. CUNA is currently participating in BITS’ Fraud Reduction Steering Committee, Security and Risk Assessment Working Group, and Vendor Council. CUNA is the only trade group that is a BITS member. For more on CUNA’s work with BITS, use the resource link.


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