On April 7, 2014 a security vulnerability named the Heartbleed Bug was identified in Open SSL, software widely used to provide communicaton security on the Internet, including email and virtual private networks (VPN). The Heartbleed Bug could allow anyone on the Internet to read the memory of the systems protected by vulnerable versions of the Open SSL software. Attackers could eavesdrop on communications, steal data, amd impersonate services and users.
In response to the discovery of the Heartbleed Bug, Soo Co-op Credit Union reviewed its systems and determined there is no vulnerability in any of the following systems used by our members:
- Online Banking
- Bill Pay
- Moblile Banking
Data security is of utmost importance to Soo Co-op Credit Union and we are committed to processing transactions safely, reliably, and timely.