To start this week, I want to take a look at some of the numbers that caught my eye.
Trojans, ATM fraudster plea and home foreclosure rates are some of the stories that should mean something to everyone.
Financial institutions should take this week, National Consumer Protection Week, and make every day one to protect their customers from the scammers, phishers, hackers, and downright evil doers who reside in the underbelly of society.
What are the key banking/security topics on the minds of leaders of the nation's largest banks?
At the RSA Conference 2010, Paul Smocer of BITS and the Financial Services Roundtable discusses:
The Roundtable's information security priorities;
How regulatory reform may impact security organizations;
So, I snuck into San Francisco two days early this year, thinking I'd enjoy some quiet time in the press room of the Moscone Center on the eve before the real kickoff of the 2010 RSA Conference.
Boy, was I wrong.
Forrester's annual Customer Advocacy ranking grades about 50 financial services firms in the U.S. by the percentage of each firm's customers who agree with the statement "My financial provider does what's best for me, not just its own bottom line."
Passwords are the bane of my existence -- probably yours, too. In order to be a good, secure, computer and Internet user, ideally I should have a different password for every single application I use, website I register to, and place I visit on the Internet. I frequently have at least 10 to 15 different passwords and...