• Bobbie Dimitrova
    Bobbie Dimitrova Dec 5, 2018

    The future of fighting cyberfraud, today

    For banks, advanced algorithms hold the keys to keeping customer data safe—an imperative as high-profile hacks continue to make headlines.

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  • Marijuana, banks and the perils of a growing business

    Craig Guillot
    Craig Guillot Mar 13, 2018

    Marijuana is legal in most states but illegal federally. That’s meant a funding struggle, with few banks ready to take the risk that serving these new businesses presents.

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  • Of data and deadlines: The scramble for cybersecurity compliance

    Vishal Gupta
    Vishal Gupta Mar 8, 2018

    The race is on to meet new cybersecurity measures. Data-centric security platforms could steer banks in the right direction.

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  • It’s no secret: The Bank Secrecy Act needs a major overhaul

    Howard Altman_resized
    Howard Altman Mar 7, 2018

    The 1970 legislation predates cybercrime and organized foreign hackers. But calls for a BSA facelift are gathering bipartisan support.

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  • CECL made simple: How to master the biggest accounting change in banking history

    John Voigt
    John Voigt Feb 16, 2018

    The current expected credit loss standard has institutions scrambling. But once banks know the basics, credit loss reporting can become a stress-free exercise.

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  • How third-party risk management programs create big business value

    Mick Kless
    Mick Kless Feb 14, 2018

    Effective risk management can likewise impact the bottom line of financial services organizations.

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  • Spotting jackpotting: Five myths of ATM security, dispelled

    David Vergara
    David Vergara Feb 12, 2018

    Today’s brazen hackers treat ATMs like slot machines. And some simple misconceptions keep banks from fighting back.

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  • Why banks need to watch out for inflation in 2018

    Eric Grover_resized
    Eric Grover Feb 8, 2018

    The Fed’s inflation watchdog role follows a ‘2 percent rule’ that fails to tackle the issue—and could weaken further this year.

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