I've been looking for an alternative to our current image technology. My institution is in the same position as many others: the need to upgrade our system and the desire to do better at providing an image of investigative quality, with no money to do it. Are there any new alternatives for our existing cameras? We've already dropped our lobby cameras to six feet and installed height-marker cameras.
Should a requirement for the position of Information Security Officer be independence? Can the Information Security Officer also have duties associated with the finance area of the bank?
Who should be doing the information security risk assessment at our small community bank?
I read some comments regarding bait money on the BOL web site. I agree with the logic, but I have another question. It was stated that we should replace one security measure with another (for example, trade the bait money for better cameras). Are there any statistics on how helpful the other measures are in preventing bank robbers or in catching them? Do you know where I can get such statistics?
When implementing a new Information Security Officer position, where in the organization would you have it report? Would it fall under control of the Information Services group or should it report outside of this group to maintain independence of operational goals and security goals?
I currently report to the Senior Manager in charge of Technology and Operations. There is discussion about me reporting to the Senior Retail Banking Manager. I am looking for some resources that provide a discussion about the area of the bank the security officer position should fall within.
With the changing world of banking due to the infusion of information technology, what do you see as the role of the bank's security officer and the challenges ahead?
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OLD LAW GENERATES MODERN REGULATIONS The mission for the "Super Security Professional" in all financial institutions in the United States just got tougher.