Bankers' Hotline, Volume 26, Number 9
As the democratic and republican parties vie for that coveted seat in the Oval Office, legislation that could revamp the federal government's approach to regulating banks is also a hot debate on Capitol Hill.
The FTC is soliciting industry feedback on issues relating to the Safeguards Rule.
In The News
- Tracking Bandits - There's an App for That!
- The Fed on Facebook
- In the Aftermath of a Disaster
- Consumer Tips on Account Management
Same Day ACH is Here
Laptop Theft Prevention
Mobile devices, including laptops, pose a significant risk for any organization. A comprehensive security program should address laptop security and the protection of sensitive data stored on any mobile device that is vulnerable to theft.
FinCEN has issued an advisory to help financial institutions guard against the rise in business email scams.
Updated guidance from the FFIEC is available to help financial institutions manage security risks and prepare for IT examinations.
Focus on Fraud
- Proposed AML Rules for Exempted Banks
- Check Fraud Ring Taken Down
- Menacing ATM Malware Threat
- CFPB on Elder Financial Abuse
From the editor's desk
Security Orientation is a Must
Including security training as part of new employee orientation should be a critical element of your security program.
Questions & Answers
After you've reviewed the current issue, head over to the Security Officers Workshop site and check out the details for this year's conference! It's not too late to register! Attend Live in Philadelphia October 5-6th (optional pre-workshop on the 4th) or via Remote video streaming and register today!
- P. Kevin Smith, CPP
- Contributing Editor:
- Teri Wesley
- Executive Editor:
- Barbara Hurst
- Board of Advisors:
- John S. Burnett
Lucy H. Griffin
Mary Beth Guard, Esq.
Robert G. Rowe, III, Esq.