Concerns about data security, privacy, residency and compliance in the cloud continue to hinder adoption of the outsourcing option, a new poll showed.
Thank you for bringing your readers’ attention to the benefits–and concerns by some–of cloud computing.
The puzzlement on the part of some experts is thick. At the very time when some companies and community banks are rushing to put more of their data and applications into the cloud, some experts have noticed that, for the most part, credit unions are staying on the sidelines of...
Time is money, and entrepreneurs never seem to have enough of both. This is particularly true for small business owners who can spend hours filling out a tsunami of documents to apply for government-backed loans. And when the exhaustive paperwork finally plods through an esoteric loan processing system, all small business...
Regulator group says financial institutions, including credit unions, have to consider fundamentals of risk and risk management.
Debby downer gets corporate continuity specialist thinking.
“The Con” author James Munton will keynote Mid-Atlantic Corporate's second annual Information Technology and Security Conference set for Aug. 13-14
Insurance broker Marsh has launched a cyber-insurance-policy enhancement to deal with losses stemming from a failure of a cloud service provider.
Despite all the good that cloud computing has to offer, the potential risk exposure it presents is enough to keep in-house counsel up at night.
I wholeheartedly agree with John Rostern’s argument that credit unions need to be intently focused on security when outsourcing sensitive enterprise data [“Audit Specialist Raises Concerns in the Cloud,” cutimes.com, Sept. 26.]