I think I saw a news article regarding using an eye-scan or finger print identification pads on ATM machines as a way to prevent unauthorized transactions. Is this technology available and is it cost effective?
I would appreciate any advice on where to start when developing our information security program.
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Our customers select their own passwords in order to access their confidential information and transact business on our Web site. Do we have any liability if an unauthorized party obtains the password from our customer without our customer's consent? What if a hacker got into our system or our customer's?
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I've heard the term ASP quite a bit recently, but I'm not sure I understand the concept. Could you give me a quick description or explanation?
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?
What are the key elements of an information security program under the Guidelines?