PITTSFIELD, Mass. — While credit and debit card breaches at leading retailers such as Target Corp. have members concerned, fraud is ever present, especially as online and mobile transaction rates increase. To this end, Greylock Federal Credit Union has taken a proactive measure to fortify members' first line of defense.

"We have been very active in our financial literacy efforts," said Jim Wojtaszek, Greylock FCU's vice president of marketing and public relations. "And we have found overtime that security issues reside with our members' home systems — so we asked ourselves what could we do?"

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