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United Federal Credit Union Names Dan Card Vice President of Information Security

ST. JOSEPH, Mich. – United Federal Credit Union (United) is pleased announce the promotion of Dan Card to Vice President of Information Security. Previously, Card served as United’s Director of Information Technology.

In his new role, Card will be responsible for the implementation and oversight of United’s security portfolio and all related security programs. Card will additionally be tasked with helping achieve security-related business goals and maintaining compliance with applicable laws, statutes, and regulatory requirements.

A native of Kalamazoo, Michigan, Card earned an Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer and Network Technology from Davenport University, in Midland, Michigan, and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Baker College of Business and Corporate Services, in Jackson, Michigan.

Card has been with United for six years and is a 14-year professional in Information Security. In addition to numerous IT certifications, Card is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), Project Management Professional (PMP), and ITIL foundations certified.

“We are excited to have Dan lead our Information Security team,” said United’s President/CEO Terry O’Rourke. “He has a high level of commitment to our information security measures and makes keeping our members’ data secure his top priority. Dan’s experience, insight, and strategic leadership will allow United to continue the very important mission of safeguarding information for years to come.”