Consumers (unsurprisingly) want to know how to better protect themselves from cybersecurity threats. in fact, a recent CSI poll showed that 74 percent of consumers would likely participate in a cybersecurity awareness program if offered by their financial institution.
Should banks continue to invest in paper statements, or have digital statements muscled out the old standard? The answer isn’t as cut and dried as some might believe. In fact, when it comes to allocating the banker’s budget, the topic can be downright polarizing.
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There is no regulatory requirement that compels financial institutions to adopt a certain cybersecurity framework or tool. However, many information security experts agree that the CIS controls provide the best standard for cyber hygiene today. Get an overview of these controls and learn how your institution can effectively use them to mitigate cyber risk.
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Social media regulations aren't cut and dry, but understanding the compliance framework around social media is a critical first-step toward lowering your organization’s risk.
Recently, OFAC published “A Framework for OFAC Compliance Commitments” to help organizations take a risk-based approach to developing a sanctions compliance program. Here are five takeaways from the framework that you can implement right away to improve your OFAC compliance efforts.