Currently our holding company bylaws allow us to give each stockholder a list of all the stockholders. Included in this list is the stockholder's social security number, number of shares owned, and the last dividend payment that they received. My question is, can we still give this information to anybody who asks for it? GLB is still confusing to me in the area of holding companies.
The federal banking regulators have agreed to on final Interagency Guidelines Establishing Standards for Safeguarding Customer Information ("Guidelines"). You previously wrote two articles for us on the proposed guidelines. (See <a href="gurus_technology1211.html">Part 1</a> and <a href="gurus_technology1218.html">Part 2</a>.) Were there any surprises for you in the final version of Interagency Guidelines Establishing Standards for Safeguarding Customer Information? And could you give us a quick heads-up on what the final guidelines provide?
Can you refer me to anything that would assist me in knowing what should be performed for monitoring our online banking Web site? I've been through bank security seminars that cover non-technology security. Our external auditor was not able to assist us.
by Barbara E. Hurst, Editor
It's the beginning of a brand new year and I'm going to take time out to pat a few of you on the back.
Here's a toast to:
"A sales culture is a listening culture," according to James T. Mann, President and CEO of First Federal Savings Bank of Clarksville, Tennessee. Think about it.
Coming Up BANKERS' HOTLINE
7th Annual Security Officers Workshop
Philadelphia, PA, May 8-10, 2001
Info: (800) 660-0080
Service matters. It is how banks compete. Service also counts for CRA purposes.
The storm-related flooding that occurred in the late summer and fall of 1999 in the Eastern United States was so severe that areas in the 100-year flood plain and even the 500-year flood plain were