Portland Business Journal Covers Credit Union’s Efforts After Home Depot Breach

October 31, 2014

By Matthew Kish

A recent Home Depot security breach will cost Oregon credit unions nearly $1 million, according to a trade group.

The Credit Union National Association estimates the breach will cost credit unions nearly $60 million nationally, including nearly $1 million in Oregon.

The costs include replacing debit cards, fraud-related costs and hiring additional temporary staff.

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