Category: SBS Blog

{Whitepaper} FDIC InTREx – What Documentation Are You Expected to Have?

Thursday, March 23, 2017
Since the FDIC rolled-out the new Information Technology Risk Examination procedures (InTREx) on June 30, 2016, expectations regarding required documentation from financial institutions have been made a bit clearer. The following is a list of documentation pulled from the InTREx procedures. We hope ....
CategoriesSBS Blog, Whitepapers

Listen to Guest Speaker Chad Knutson on the Training Matters Talk Show with Honey Shelton

Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Is your bank or credit union protected against cyber attacks? Never before have we been under greater threat from the dangers that lurk online. Viruses, malware, phishing, hacking, identity theft, ransomware. Those are just a handful of things that should be of great concern to any business, but esp....
CategoriesSBS Blog

{Hacker Hour} Weathering the ADA Website Compliance Storm

Wednesday, March 15, 2017
It is believed that over 40% of community banks have received a demand letter from plaintiff law firms. This latest effort in the wave of digital accessibility lawsuits puts banks in the crosshairs.
CategoriesHacker Hour, SBS Blog, Upcoming Webinar

{Recording} Ransomware and Cyber Extortion

Wednesday, February 22, 2017
In today’s technology world, criminals are leveraging malicious software and extortion techniques on financial institutions and their customers. Don't miss this webinar presented by Chad Knutson to learn more about this threat and how its evolving.
CategoriesSBS Blog, Webinars

Beware of Tax Phishing Season

Wednesday, February 15, 2017
With the new year and all that it entails behind us, holiday season for bad guys is now upon us: tax season. As you may know, tax season is one of the most popular time of year for scammers to start sending out phishing email campaigns targeting personal and company-wide tax information.
CategoriesSBS Blog

{Featured Article} ‘Dark Web’ of cybercrime carries risks for businesses

Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Buzz Hillestad, SBS CyberSecurity Senior Information Security Consultant, contributed to an article in the Argus Leader, focusing on the dark side of the internet.
CategoriesIn the News, SBS Blog

{Hacker Hour} I Gotcha, You Clicked! Now Let Me Show You What I Can Do

Wednesday, February 8, 2017
One click. What can be so bad about one click? Just how much trouble can a hacker cause off of just one click? Let me show you, you might be surprised! This webinar will demonstrate the havoc that one click on a bad link can cause to your organization and the integrity of your data.
CategoriesHacker Hour, SBS Blog

{Featured Article} Arkansas Business: Online Ransom Demands Threaten Businesses in Arkansas

Wednesday, February 8, 2017
Aaron Gamewell, SBS CyberSecurity President, CEO, and Managing Partner, contributed to an article in the Arkansas Banker focusing on a growing cybersecurity concern.
CategoriesIn the News, SBS Blog

{Hacker Hour} Confessions of a Hacker's Social Engineering Success

Wednesday, January 25, 2017
Social Engineering is the leading cause of security and data breaches in the world today. As we start a new year let's share some social engineering stories that will remind you of how easy it can be for a hacker to compromise your business.
CategoriesHacker Hour, SBS Blog, Webinars

Dr. Kevin Streff Featured on SDPB's SD Focus: Fraud Protection

Thursday, January 5, 2017
SBS CyberSecurity's Dr. Kevin Streff was featured along side SD Attorney General Marty Jackley and AARP South Dakota Director Erik Gaikowski in a special edition of SD Focus: Fraud Protection on South Dakota Public Television. The teamed up to cover simple practice to protect your identity and finan....
CategoriesIn the News, SBS Blog
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