RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is taking over how information is delivered to people through the web. Bankers need to understand this because customers use it and are going to expect you to provide them with the RSS feeds to get them the access or content they want, when they want it. So check out this is a smart/funny little video that will
I would just like to thank everyone for the invitation to the Jack Henry Southwest Users Group this evening. I wanted to go ahead a post the PDF download as well as the link to a similar presentation on this topic just in case you’d like to forward it along to someone in your institution.
Feel free to email me any additionals questions you might
This article is from REUTERS, and thought it would be of great interest!!!
NEW YORK, Dec 13 (Reuters) – A former UBS PaineWebber (UBSN.VX: Quote, Profile , Research) employee was sentenced to eight years in prison on Wednesday for planting a computer “logic bomb” on company networks and betting its stock would go down.
Financial Institutions conduct an IT audit annually. Many financial institutions have an internal auditing staff that conduct these IT audits. The knowledge base required for the auditors to understand the different operating systems, firewalls, ancillary applications, communication systems, online banking, Item Processing and the advancing
When the word ‘audit’ or ‘auditor’ is used in a sentence there is often an immediate cringing effect that happens in our minds. People have learned to fear the audit and as such, auditors. We have found this to be true in our line of business; we are constantly being categorized as auditors. People immediately get nervous when we starting asking
From BankInfo Security.com…
Section 314(a) of the USA PATRIOT Act of 2001 (P.L. 107-56)1 , required the Secretary of the Treasury to adopt regulations to encourage regulatory authorities and law enforcement authorities to share with financial institutions information regarding individuals, entities, and organizations engaged in or reasonably
From Bank Info Security:
We all know the threats posed by spyware to enterprise networks: user ID and password theft, financial loss, productivity drain, intellectual property theft. Security practitioners have two defenses at their disposal: the human and the technical. While the technology for combating spyware is improving, antivirus vendors