Tag Archives: Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council

US Court Decision is Good News for Banking Customers

July 17, 2012 by Jon Callas     No Comments

Blogmaster Note: This was originally posted on July 17, 2012 to ComputerWorld UK’s Security Spotlight Blog. US ruling has implications for UK over bank’s liability Thefts from a construction company in Sanford, Maine might be the catalyst for much-needed improvements to banking security. The US First Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a decision that said [Read More...]

A Framework Approach to Authentication and Identity & Access Management

May 23, 2012 by David Mahdi     No Comments

Around a decade ago, I remember thinking of what it would be like if vendors kept pumping out point solutions to solve each individual problem. Luckily, that trend is not as bad as I may have thought — although I still see many vendors pushing hard for individual point solutions. Is this truly what customers [Read More...]

FFIEC – New Guidance Supplement Hits the streets

June 29, 2011 by Mike Byrnes     No Comments

As alluded to in last week’s blog entry, banking security needs vast improvement.  As a sign that the government is beginning to understand this, the FFIEC announced in a press release today,  a supplement to the “Authentication in an Internet Banking Environment.” The new supplement attempts to establish minimum control expectations for online banking activities [Read More...]

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