Ajay Katara
Sep 18, 2020

Financial institutions stand to benefit from forward-looking strategies driven by agile and intelligent technologies.

Massive breaches in the finance industry have moved banks to wake up—albeit slowly—and view security in a different light.

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For many financial institutions, information security awareness programs are a regulatory requirement.

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When it comes to keeping your money safe, even the much-vaunted blockchain is no panacea, says Moran Cerf, a guy who knows a thing or two about cracking security.

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In the April 1991 Edition of Bank Management (now BAI Banking Strategies), I co-authored an article titled “Protecting the Bank’s Information Asset.

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In the sales enablement world, leaders are learning a new language—the language of risk.

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Even with all the news surrounding epic data hacks—some affecting millions of users on a worldwide scale—the financial industry is missing a major opportunity to bolster the security of its services and keep hackers out of customer accounts and data.

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In a click-and-consume world, customers demand instant fulfillment.

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It can happen to anyone in your organization: He or she receives an email requesting an electronic funds transfer for a legitimate business need.

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In September 2016, the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) released final guidance for recovery planning that covered a broad range of financial institutions: insured national banks, federal savings associations and federal branches of foreign banks with more than $50 billion in assets.

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Individuals and organizations tend to act cautious—extremely cautious—during and immediately after a crisis.

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