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MICROSOFT INTERNET EXPLORER

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

MICROSOFT INTERNET EXPLORER

Beginning today, January 12, 2016, Microsoft is ending support on all versions of Internet Explorer older than Internet Explorer 11. Internet Explorer 11 is the oldest version that will be supported and continue to receive security updates and technical support.

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NEW FDIC CYBERSECURITY AWARENESS RESOURCES

Monday, November 23, 2015

This morning, the FDIC released FIL-55-2015 - Cybersecurity Awareness Resources as a part of its Community Banking Initiative. FIL-55-2015 includes new Cybersecurity training resources, and the addition of two videos to the FDIC's Technical Assistance Video Program on Cybersecurity topics.

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FFIEC MANAGEMENT HANDBOOK UPDATE

Friday, November 20, 2015

FFIEC MANAGEMENT HANDBOOK UPDATE

The FFIEC recently released an updated Management Handbook. It is no coincidence that we are seeing updates from regulators about IT security and cybersecurity lately. IT has become an integral part of a bank's overall risk management program.

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BE LEERY OF FREE SECURITY

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

BE LEERY OF FREE SECURITY

For many people, the best part of mobile security software isn’t the fact that they are getting the best protection; it’s that they are getting the best price. After all, who doesn’t want free anti-virus protection? Nonetheless, the concept of “free” software can lead to many consequences.

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WHO'S RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR CUSTOMER DATA?

Friday, September 18, 2015

WHO'S RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR CUSTOMER DATA?

The FFIEC makes sure to remind us in multiple instances of guidance that it is ULTIMATELY the Board of Directors and Senior Management's responsibility to ensure the protection of YOUR customer data. Financial institutions must understand HOW their customers information is being protected.

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CATO: BEWARE OF THE MAN IN THE EMAIL

Thursday, September 3, 2015

CATO: BEWARE OF THE MAN IN THE EMAIL

In 2015 California-based Ubiquiti Networks fell victim to a $46M CATO scheme using a simple, yet complicated attack from a familiar technology - email. Man-in-the-email scams highlight the importance of monitoring cybersecurity trends and continually updating your CA Risk Assessment process.

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