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1103, 2020

Customer Security Awareness Training

By |March 11th, 2020|Categories: Information Security News|Tags: , |

It’s not only a moral obligation for an institution to advise its account holders on protection of their identity and assets; it is absolutely recommended by myriad experts, sources, and FFIEC guidelines which state that financial institutions should have a policy within the Information Security Program to govern “Customer Awareness” (FFIEC Information Security Booklet, II.C.16).  Financial institutions should comply with that policy, providing some type of ongoing training to [...]

503, 2020

Issues for Issuers that Issue

By |March 5th, 2020|Categories: Information Security News|Tags: , |

More and more institutions are now payment card issuers.  Ten years ago, in-house payment card production was almost always an outsourced function within community financial institutions (FIs), but that’s no longer the case.  As currently observed,  more than 40% of our FI clients have now implemented in-house card printing and/or embossing (personalization) solutions for various reasons.  The most prevalent of those reasons are competitive in nature; to provide customers [...]

1202, 2020

We Accept the Risk

By |February 12th, 2020|Categories: Information Security News|Tags: , , , , , |

Whether you find them in a risk assessment, we find them in an audit, regulators uncover them as part of an exam, or you hear something scary and familiar on the news, IT risks require ACTION.  There are generally four things you can do once a risk is identified within your environment: Avoid it. No one likes being told, “You can’t do that. It’s too dangerous.”  Risk avoidance is [...]

808, 2019

SPF. DMARC. DKIM. Oh My!

By |August 8th, 2019|Categories: Information Security News|Tags: , , , |

We spend a lot of time making sure we have policies in place to protect our institution from reputational risks associated with technology, and even more time is spent on training, auditing, and compliance to manage those risks. But rarely do we consider what goes on outside of the physical or virtual perimeter of our networks. Consider this: what would you say if I told you that there is [...]

1807, 2019

Securing IoT

By |July 18th, 2019|Categories: Information Security News|Tags: , |

A tongue-in-cheek, but realistic scenario for IoT compromise Your customers are complaining.  And they make a valid point that your Internet banking application is unavailable inside your very own bank branch walls, because you don’t offer free Wi-Fi in your 150-year-old stone building with no cell signal.  Well shucks, that makes a lot of sense, doesn’t it? Now the employees are complaining that they can’t listen to Pandora while [...]

307, 2019

Why Do I Need a Tarp?

By |July 3rd, 2019|Categories: Information Security News|Tags: , |

Full disclosure, I was a Firefighter. And we love water. A few years after getting my Firefighter 1 certification I found myself on a quarter section of blackened earth, with a shovel and a six-foot wall of fire extending a few hundred yards in either direction moving away from me at a rather quick pace thanks to those hot summer Kansas winds. A pond, a loafing shed, and a [...]

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