The New FFIEC Guidance – Five Tips to Ensure Compliance

By now, the new FFIEC guidance should have found its way onto your desk and to the top of your ‘To Do List”. After all, the January compliance deadline is fast approaching, so it’s time to get busy. The question everyone is asking is no longer “What is this?”, but “How do I do this? Where do I begin?” To help you, we’ve identified five key starting points for financial institutions. 1. Enforce strong step-up [...]

By | August 15th, 2011
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What Are the Odds of a Security Breach at Your Institution?

If your home has ever been burglarized, you know the unnerving feeling of being violated and how the experience can haunt you for a long time. Obviously, locks and bolts are only as strong as the door and the frame they’re fitted to. This is also true of the security posture of financial institutions. Outdated software applications, misconfigured devices, and ineffective security policies are much like the weak or rotten woodwork framing the door of your home ...

By | March 31st, 2009
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How Does Your Security Strategy Rate?

Much to the chagrin of IT professionals who face the constant onslaught of threats and problems, security tests can never prove that you are secure. That’s because security is a process, not a final destination. As such, security testing should be applied with a well thought-out strategy...

By | March 31st, 2009
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