Back to the Books: 2010 is the Year for New Skills, Certifications
Career Trends Survey Taps Risk Management, Cybersecurity, Fraud/Forensics as Growth Areas Across Industries
What will be the hot information security jobs in 2010?
How will professionals grow their skills – and will their employers foot the bill?
What are the minimum academic
This is mainly a formality post but it was a necessary one that we thought we needed to make. As of December 31st, 2009, we will officially be ended support for Microsoft's Internet Explorer 6. Many other vendors have already made the switch but we felt due to the conservative nature of our client base we would wait a wee bit longer than most.
Originally published December 17, 2009 at 8:09 PM | Page modified December 17, 2009 at 9:58 PM
McCain, Cantwell sponsor bank bill
Two senators, including Washington state Democrat Maria Cantwell, have called for breaking up large financial firms that perform both commercial and investment banking, adding a wrinkle to already difficult Senate
We got creative once again for our Christmas video and hope you enjoy us being a little silly! Kudos needs to go to Roz Garland for coming up with the words (she even rhymed Continuous Compliance? Wow.) and putting the video together. We are so thankful to all of you we work with and hope you continue to trust in us. Our aim is to never
People marry for various reasons. Some for financial gain, companionship, and some I dare say for love. A select few marry because it just makes good business sense. When we introduced collaboration to our compliance solutions it was a match made in heaven. Research indicates that collaboration increases productivity by 99% and reduces expenses
Last Friday, I attended my fourth BarcampBank. It was in a suburban area of Chicago (Naperville) and the event was located at the Illnois Credit Union League offices. It is always interesting to see the slight differences in how these events come to life but this event, for me, didn't disappoint. There were about twenty participants for the day
December 08, 2009 — CSO —
There is an ever-increasing pressure for security executives to be a champion of compliance within their respective organizations. Given that there seem to be new or changing compliance requirements emerging on a fairly regular basis, this can be viewed as both a blessing and a curse.
As our government acquires
Vendor Management. Its been a hot topic over the last couple of years with examiners, and best practices require that this process be done well. It can be a daunting task, and many organizations struggle to do it well. A well-rounded risk assessment process is critical to managing your vendor management program. RiskKey can help! Our vendor
This guest post is written by Paul Reymann, CEO and founder of the Reymann Group. He is one of the nation's leading regulatory experts and co-author of Section 501 of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act Security rule. He is also the author of numerous articles and papers on technology risk, transactional web sites, customer information, network security