What are the new year's top trends in banking, payments and security?
Javelin Strategy & Research has just released its Top 10 Trends report for 2010. James VanDyke, president of Javelin, discusses:
Top headlines from the new report;
Biggest threats to banks, payments and security;
The "next big thing" in...
Information security is the hot career option for professionals in 2010 and beyond.
This is the prediction of David Foote of Foote Partners, the FL-based consultancy that tracks IT skills and competencies. In a look ahead at 2010 and beyond, Foote discusses:
the security careers "bubble" and how it began;
The New Year comes with fresh perspectives on priorities to be addressed by information security leaders.
To get a sense of what's top-of-mind, we went to three information security leaders:
Emil G. D'Angelo, International President of ISACA. He is also the senior Vice President overseeing the corporate data...
The call to aid the devastated country of Haiti came just hours after a 7.0 earthquake hit the impoverished Caribbean island on Tuesday.
Just as quickly as the tweets came in asking for donations, so too came the cyber criminals looking to divert funds from legitimate charities to their own pockets.
The University of Dayton (UD) and the Advanced Technical Intelligence Center (ATIC) have partnered to address the shortage of skilled information security professionals within government and businesses.
Starting now, students in the masters in business administration program (MBA) at UD will have the option of...
Risk management and effective security controls are on every organization's agenda, and responding to this market demand is ISACA (formerly known as the International Information Systems Auditing and Control Standards), which introduces a new risk-related certification for IT risk professionals.
Malware is increasingly sophisticated, and social media are the common new venues for attacks.
These are the headlines from the latest Cisco Annual Security Report. Patrick Peterson, Cisco senior fellow, offers highlights of the report, discussing:
Top trends and threats;
The risks to specific vertical...
Interview with Brian Hurdis, EVP Technology Services, FIS
Third-party service providers are a staple of banking services in the information era. How can banking institutions get the most from these relationships?
Brian Hurdis, executive vice president of technology services at FIS, discusses:
The $60 million settlement announced by Heartland Payment Systems and Visa on Friday didn't come without some provisions (translated: strings attached) for those institutions thinking about taking the settlement offer.
All things considered, 2009 was a good year for banking institutions in the state of Nebraska. But looking ahead to 2010, Mike Jacobson, chair of the Nebraska Bankers Association, is concerned about the potential impact of federal regulatory reform.
In an exclusive interview on the state of banking in the New Year,...