[SecurityWeek] Credit Union’s Legal Battle With Tech Giant Fiserv Rumbles On

Local credit union, Bessemer System Federal Credit Union (BSFCU), sued Fortune 500 tech giant Fiserv over ‘amateurish security lapses’ in 2019. Fiserv counterclaimed with a motion to dismiss, and Bessemer motioned to dismiss the counterclaim.

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