Home Depot breach costs credit unions $60M

first_imgby: Nicholas BallasyThe Home Depot data breach cost credit unions almost $60 million, nearly twice as much as the Target breach, according to survey results released by CUNA Thursday.In the survey conducted from Oct. 1 to Oct. 24, 835 credit unions reported that 7.2 million credit union debit and credit cards were affected by the breach.CUNA said the average cost for each violation was $8.02 per card due to fraud, reissuing cards and related costs. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Compliance: FASB to host roundtable on CECL issues Monday

first_imgThe Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) will conduct a public roundtable discussion Monday to discuss additional views on its current expected credit loss (CECL) standard. CUNA will attend  the discussion, and had previously pushed FASB to take opportunities for additional feedback on implementation of the standard, as well as develop compliance resources with regulators including NCUA.According to FASB, the discussion will provide stakeholders with an opportunity to discuss issues with the standards, and staff will present research into some issues raised, and will also discuss FASB consideration of transition issues.CUNA is concerned with the direct effect the standard will have on credit unions’ financial positions, as well as the compliance burden that comes along with it.CECL, adopted in 2016, uses an “expected loss” measurement for the recognition of credit losses. FASB recently finalized a CUNA-backed delay in implementation to give credit unions and other entities more time to come into compliance. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

LACF: Round 2 Grantees, Funding Update

first_imgCourtesy photo Courtesy photoLACF News:Los Alamos Community Foundation shares an update on its Nonprofit Emergency Response Funds.In collaboration with funding partners and generous donors, a second and final round of grants were recently awarded from the fund. Nearly $31,000 was distributed to 20 organizations to aid in emergency response assistance. Please join us in saluting all of our grantees who continue to pivot, evolve, and show up every day to get the job done. Our communities are stronger as a result of your work.This grantmaking would not have been possible without the support of our funding partners, and we can’t thank them enough! Each of these grantmaking institutions stepped up to the plate at a moment’s notice, pulling together in collaboration and solidarity to help meet the needs of nonprofits in our region during this trying time. THANK YOU to Con Alma Health Foundation, Delle Foundation, LANL Foundation, LANL/Triad National Security LLC, Newport News Nuclear BWXT Los Alamos (N3B), and United Way of Northern New Mexico. Together, along with contributions from donors in our communities, this collaborative effort awarded $60,270 to thirty-seven organizations doing important work in Los Alamos and Rio Arriba Counties. All of the emergency response funding has now been expended in full – with 100 percent of all contributions having gone directly to our region’s nonprofits! We are excited to share that this won’t be the last you hear from our collaborative group of grantmakers!  We are collectively working on the next phase of this effort, which will adapt to meet the ongoing needs of our nonprofits. We look forward to keeping you apprised! The nonprofits receiving funding in this final round include:3HO Foundation of NMAmerican Red CrossCancer Foundation NMDream Tree ProjectEl Rito Art AssociationEmbudo Valley Library and Community CenterEspañola Humane SocietyEspañola Pathways ShelterFamily Strengths NetworkFood DepotHELP-NMINSIDE OUTLos Alamos Arts CouncilLos Alamos Historical SocietyLucienteMcCurdy SchoolsSan Gabriel Historical SocietySan Martin de Porres Soup KitchenTruchas Library and Service CenterSelf HelpBelow we highlight a few of the many deserving organizations that we had the privilege to support:Española Pathways ShelterThe Española Pathways Shelter closed its doors temporarily to dive into facility renovations so they can open later with four times the space, better ventilation, showers, and a more COVID-19 compliant shelter. But that has not stopped them from serving. Since then, Española Pathways Shelter staff took to the parking lot four evenings per week, screening for COVID-19 symptoms, serving food, beverages, PPEs, hygiene supplies, and clothing. They are also providing tents and sleeping bags, as their budget allows. At the same time, staff is busy helping guests get into detox/rehab and housing. Plus, they are connecting guests with financial assistance, food stamps, their families, transportation, and much more. Receiving emergency grant funding allows them to keep this work going!Family Strengths NetworkOne of the challenges that FSN has faced during the pandemic is how to adjust an organization that thrives on “not” being isolated – to serve families without being with families. Fortunately, FSN was able to quickly move much of its programming to remote platforms. While it is hoped that someday soon families can meet together, creating remote networks for families at this time is critical. FSN’s remote programming includes parent education, parent discussion groups, and toddler parent activities. FSN has also opened the Toy Library and Beth Ladino Family Resource Library up to families by appointment.  Receiving funding during the pandemic means that FSN is able to offer resources to families at a time when families are facing an abundance of stress as they try to juggle jobs, finances, daycare, health, child education and more.Rio Arriba Adult Literacy ProgramRAALP was looking forward to a great Spring and Summer, with fully-booked tutor trainings, a new semester in partnership with Delancey Street, and rolling out a digital literacy program. When the pandemic hit, they had to cancel everything. But they didn’t go away!Gradually, they have rebuilt their program for these new distance-learning realities. Debuting the digital literacy program early, they have distributed ten laptops, signed up six students to the language-learning app Voxy, and connected eight students to Windstream Internet. RAALP will keep meeting these needs for students, so tutoring and literacy learning can continue. Not only does this maintain RAALP’s services but it also sets them up with a wider toolset for reaching student needs. We could not be making these ongoing efforts without support from our community.Self HelpThough fears around the COVID-19 pandemic are beginning to wane, its worst consequences are just beginning for the working poor, especially for those most vulnerable—undocumented people, single parents, the medically compromised. After losing income during the stay at home order, thousands of northern New Mexico families are behind on bills and frightened about their futures, and many are falling through the cracks of the services designed to help them. They need our help.As one of the region’s oldest poverty aid nonprofits, Self Help is the safety net that keeps people from losing their homes or going without other basic needs such as water and medical care. Emergency funding grants helps to pay for vital emergency aid—ranging from emergency food, to drug copays, to rent and utilities and more—for families in Los Alamos and across northern New Mexico. Armed with hardworking volunteers, generous donors, and the partnership of community groups such as All Together Los Alamos, they are meeting a vast array of emerging needs.As one client recently told us, “Mr. Rogers said to look for the helpers, and you guys are really the helpers. I don’t know where we would be right now without you and we won’t ever forget this.”last_img read more

Lloyd’s big message with tiny golf clap

first_imgPARIS (AP):Carli Lloyd had just scored on an 18-yard volley to put the United States ahead 11 minutes in against Chile. After leaping, pumping a fist and hugging teammate Lindsey Horan, she raised both hands chin high and made four tiny pitter-patter claps , the type seen more frequently at Pebble Beach than Parc des Princes.A message? You bet.Easy wins and lots of goals are par for the course when it comes to the US women’s football team.“I can’t take credit for it. I’m not sure if Lindsey is taking credit for it,” Lloyd said after a 3-0 victory yesterday advanced the US to the round of 16. “She had told me if we score, that’s what we’re going to do, so I just went along with it after I did my little celebration. But it was fun. I think it made a statement on the sideline there. It was cool.”A record-setting 13-0 rout of Thailand that opened the tournament for the Americans sparked a debate back home. Celebration had not been discussed this much since Kool & the Gang. Some cried poor sportsmanship. Others argued players shouldn’t be asked to let up on football’s biggest stage.All the harrumphing was heard across the Atlantic.“I guess we could have just passed it around the back for a million times, but that’s boring. That’s disrespectful to everyone: fans, ourselves”, said 33-year-old Megan Rapinoe, the pink-haired veteran famous for running to a corner flag and screaming “Born in the USA” into a television microphone after a goal against Colombia in the 2011 World Cup.“The only thing you ask of an athlete really is to put it all out there and do the best you can. It’s not in our DNA, ever.”Coach Jill Ellis speculated Lloyd’s inspiration was her spouse, professional golfer Brian Hollins.“I’m guessing it was a shout-out to her husband,” Ellis said.Horan said Emily Sonnett, a 25-year-old defender at her first World Cup, suggested responses. Trolling critics was the goal.“We decided to do something different today,” Horan said with an impish smile. “Handshakes were part of it. Golf clap was part of it.”last_img read more

Ontario Junior Hockey League

first_img Link to post 1,535 Forums Home Posted August 24, 2011 1,123 992 posts And Huntsville took the old Missouri River Otters logo. You see this stuff all the time in junior leagues, north dakota. Link to post Share on other sites Location:Buffalo,NY 12,229 posts Favourite Logos:Johnny Canuck, Hartford Whalers, Lady Liberty, Stinger, Pre-Edge London Knights, Philadelphia Eagles, Florida Gators Link to post Share on other sites Posted September 6, 2011 Share on other sites 0 Members Back to page one. Share this post Link to post Posted August 23, 2011 1,535 Link to post Link to post the admiral Recently, the other leagues in the CJHL have been added. (The AJHL, the SJHL, and the BCHL) However, the OJHL is the one CJHL league that has not been added. Is there a reason for this? Lack of logos?(It’s actually a darker red on their website) 0 Followers 0 Location:Cambridge, ON Recommended Posts Members 0 1,535 Evil Doctor Share this post Share this post Share on other sites 1,535 Members nash61 I have more, but I’ll save them for later. Am I the only one who is really creeped out by this? Share this post 1,535 Share on other sites 132 7 ldswoosh33 Sports Logos Members MBurmy Favourite Logos:North Stars Link to post 573 39 Share on other sites 12,229 posts nash61 Share this post 1,535 1,535 Favourite Logos:Anaheim Mighty Ducks nash61 0 I believe the Burlington Cougars used one logo between the two on the site. “I see you’re drinking 1%” Location:Topeka, Kansas 0 Favourite Logos:Johnny Canuck, Hartford Whalers, Lady Liberty, Stinger, Pre-Edge London Knights, Philadelphia Eagles, Florida Gators There’s two teams with cougars as a moniker in the same league?Yes. The AHL has two “Admirals” teams 0 Share this post Location:Lee’s Summit, Missouri Posted August 23, 2011 a3uge Favourite Logos:Johnny Canuck, Hartford Whalers, Lady Liberty, Stinger, Pre-Edge London Knights, Philadelphia Eagles, Florida Gators 12,229 posts Share this post Link to post Followers 0 0 Share this post Toronto Jr. A CanadiensToronto Lakeshore PatriotsTrenton Golden HawksVaughan Vipers Posted September 6, 2011 1,535 1,535 1 39 Geoff Members 7 1,535 SportsLogos.Net 12,229 posts MBurmy “I see you’re drinking 1%” 1,535 Evil Doctor 0 12,229 posts Share this post Share on other sites nash61 1,535 Share this post Share this post “I see you’re drinking 1%” nash61 8,640 posts Link to post You’re Khilling me, Smalls. Posted August 26, 2011 26,192 nash61 1,535 nash61 Members “I see you’re drinking 1%” Favourite Logos:Johnny Canuck, Hartford Whalers, Lady Liberty, Stinger, Pre-Edge London Knights, Philadelphia Eagles, Florida Gators Share on other sites Link to post Sporting a KC. Members 132 I apologize for any decorum 1,535 Favourite Logos:Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City Royals 1,535 Anyone got a high quality version of the old Streetsville Derbys logo? I’d like to have that for the personal collection…. That Chargers logo looks very similar to the Omaha Lancers (USHL) Share on other sites Link to post Share on other sites KCScout76 Mississauga Chargers “I see you’re drinking 1%” Link to post 0 All Activity 2 Members “I see you’re drinking 1%” Next 1 Link to post 0 Posted August 23, 2011 Sports Logo News Link to post 1 nash61 Geoff 573 Share on other sites Link to post 1,535 Sports Logo News 0 39 Share on other sites 0 Posted August 23, 2011 Bump in hopes of getting it on the site. Link to post Location:COLORADOcenter_img north dakota nash61 1,535 Toronto Jr. A CanadiensThen that would explain why this league has no coverage…that team just broke the first rule of hockey teams in Toronto… 12,229 posts Link to post north dakota Favourite Logos:Johnny Canuck, Hartford Whalers, Lady Liberty, Stinger, Pre-Edge London Knights, Philadelphia Eagles, Florida Gators Members nash61 ldswoosh33 Members Members Share on other sites Get it right Hey! You’re Not Dead! Page 1 of 2   7,583 posts “I see you’re drinking 1%” nash61 1,535 12,229 posts Ez Street 1,535 Kingston VoyageursLindsay Muskies 0 Link to post Posted August 23, 2011 Posted August 23, 2011 2,532 posts Members BumpC’mon, let’s get these on the site! The actual Buffalo Sabres should use that typeface for a wordmark. That’s all I got. Junior A’s a wasteland, huh. 0 With the exception of the Milton IceHawks, the logos are terrible. The ones that don’t suck, are stolen. Probably a good league, but they need to hire some graphic artists to update. 1,123 1,535 Location:Racine, Wisconsin Share on other sites 1,535 Share this post 7,012 posts 0 Sign in to follow this   nash61 Favourite Logos:Johnny Canuck, Hartford Whalers, Lady Liberty, Stinger, Pre-Edge London Knights, Philadelphia Eagles, Florida Gators 1 0 1,535 Members nash61 12,229 posts Next 233 posts Page 1 of 2   0 Sports Logos 12,229 posts Share on other sites Posted August 23, 2011 Favourite Logos:Johnny Canuck, Hartford Whalers, Lady Liberty, Stinger, Pre-Edge London Knights, Philadelphia Eagles, Florida Gators 1,535 Share this post 1,535 Members SportsLogos.Net 0 26,192 Posted August 27, 2011 Am I the only one who is really creeped out by this?Children and MS Paint do not mix… 1 Share on other sites nash61 1,535 Share this post 1,535 nash61 1,535 Members Orangeville FlyersPeterborough Stars 0 1,123 Favourite Logos:Johnny Canuck, Hartford Whalers, Lady Liberty, Stinger, Pre-Edge London Knights, Philadelphia Eagles, Florida Gators 0 nash61 1 Share this post There’s two teams with cougars as a moniker in the same league? 12,229 posts nash61 a3uge KCScout76 Prev My alone time is for everyone’s safety “I see you’re drinking 1%” Share this post This topic is now closed to further replies. Members 0 0 All Activity Share on other sites Share on other sites Posted August 24, 2011 1,535 Link to post the admiral 1 Posted August 24, 2011 Share on other sites 573 “I see you’re drinking 1%” Go To Topic Listing Posted September 6, 2011 Ontario Junior Hockey League By nash61, August 23, 2011 in Sports Logo News Share this post nash61 1 Just a fan who happened to find this page. 1,535 Favourite Logos:Johnny Canuck, Hartford Whalers, Lady Liberty, Stinger, Pre-Edge London Knights, Philadelphia Eagles, Florida Gators Posted August 23, 2011 Posted August 23, 2011 Members 57,915 posts Ez Street nash61 nash61 Share this post 1,340 posts Members Prev Share on other sites 7 5,708 posts Posted September 29, 2011 1,535 Favourite Logos:Johnny Canuck, Hartford Whalers, Lady Liberty, Stinger, Pre-Edge London Knights, Philadelphia Eagles, Florida Gators “I see you’re drinking 1%” 132 12,229 posts Favourite Logos:Johnny Canuck, Hartford Whalers, Lady Liberty, Stinger, Pre-Edge London Knights, Philadelphia Eagles, Florida Gators 26,192 0 “I see you’re drinking 1%” Posted August 24, 2011 Ontario Junior Hockey League Posted September 28, 2011 Members Location:Pensacola, FL 2 Share this post nash61 Link to post Sign in to follow this   Share this post Members 1,535 1,535 Forums Home 1,535 nash61 Ontario Junior Hockey Leaguelast_img read more