Entries from January 2010

DMV Makes Innovative Strides with Social Media

Date January 19, 2010

Grabbing the attention of teens today can be quite a challenge, especially since they want easy-to-find information quick and in most cases – online.  The DMV wants to keep young drivers informed and safe on the roads, so it’s encouraging teens to obtain educational information through mediums they are regularly visiting anyway – popular  social […]

New Malware App Stealing Online Banking Information Detected on Droid Phones

Date January 12, 2010

A credit union has reported a new malicious banking application it discovered that apparently is designed to steal online banking account details on Google’s new Android cellphones. The credit union says the rogue Android application “creates a shell of mobile banking apps that tries to gain access to a consumer’s financial information.” The malware, developed […]

“Move Your Money”…to a Credit Union!

Date January 11, 2010

I’m sure by now you’ve heard of the “Move Your Money” campaign first started by Arianna Huffington of the Huffington Post. Basically, they’re saying that “Too-big-to-fail banks are profiting from bailout dollars and government guarantees, and growing bigger.” And, much like It’s a Wonderful Life, they are urging consumers to move their money from the […]