Archive for tag: Security

Four cyber security risks not to be taken for granted in 2015

January 19, 2015

By Banking Tech With Sony the latest victim of hacking, large organizations are witnessing yet again how data breaches cause serious damage, to the tune of millions. The prevalence of hacking in the media begs the question, what’s in store for 2015? Writes Ilia Kolochenko Against a background of more frequent and dangerous XSS attacks, […]

Biometrics – novel solution, or novelty?

December 29, 2014

By Banking Tech One of the trends of 2014 was its delivery of technology that we had been promised for years but had fallen short until now. Siri, Cortana and Google Now all make good on the sci-fi staple of the voice-activated computer. Virtual reality has been attempted many times, but it seems that the […]

3 Keys to the Bank of the Future

June 20, 2014

By Jonathan Camhi   Three takeaways from a recent panel on how banks can stay relevant with customers in a changing competitive landscape.   The competitive landscape in banking is shifting thanks to technology, changing regulation and new players entering the market. It’s widely expected that the industry will be disrupted by these factors, and […]

Risk Management Guidance on Third-Party Relationships

March 12, 2014

By Nick Shakarjian What banks need to know to meet compliance with the OCC’s requirements for vendor due diligence. Examiners have always expected banks and credit unions to perform appropriate vendor due diligence prior to engaging a third party. But with October 2013 guidance, “Third-Party Relationships”, the OCC provided definitions and guidelines for OCC banks […]

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