Doomsayers had predicted the world would end on Dec. 21. That didn’t happen, so here’s what organizations need to know to avoid their own Armageddon during the next 12 months.
Credit union membership today is undoubtedly diversifying. While this is a welcomed evolution, it requires supporting a growing number of diverse member expectations.
If anyone would know what makes digital documents secure on the Web, it would be agents of the Central Intelligence Agency.
Mobile banking is growing twice as fast as online did in its early days. That and more in this week's Mobility Matters by Robert McGarvey.
In most organizations today, there is sensitive data that is overexposed and vulnerable to misuse or theft, leaving IT in an ongoing race to prevent data loss. Packet sniffers, firewalls, virus scanners and spam filters are doing a good job securing the borders, but what about insider threats?
DLP solutions can fail to fully protect critical data because they focus on symptomatic, perimeter-level solutions to a much deeper problem – users with inappropriate or excessive rights to sensitive information.
WASHINGTON – Experts expressed doubt at Visa's Global Security Summit that the debit interchange changes would help fight card fraud.
Here are a few areas where I think financial institutions could focus their IT dollars to achieve these objectives, while staying mindful of some obvious challenges in the current economy.
WASHINGTON — Visa Global Security Summit panelists differed Wednesday over the effect of interchange changes but agreed it would complicate matters.
For years, credit unions have urged members to regularly review their accounts in order to avoid overdrafts and quickly spot questionable transactions.