FFIEC Regulations and Guidelines News
July 29, 2010
Industry experts weigh in on the possible ramifications of the sweeping legislation on information security and compliance professionals.
May 11, 2010
Fraud losses involving RDC technology have the potential to skyrocket if banks don't work proactively to deal with the risks, research firm says.
March 25, 2010
t's been nearly five years since the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) issued its authentication guidance for online banking. Since then, cybercriminals ...
October 05, 2009
Banks often overlook non-IT vendors in their vendor management program, putting their organization and customers' data at risk, experts say
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Class C2 is a security rating established by the U.S. National Computer Security Center (NCSC) and granted to products that pass Department of Defense (DoD) Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria (TCSEC) tests. Continue Reading
FFIEC compliance is conformance to a set of standards for online banking issued in October 2005 by the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC)... (Continued) Continue Reading
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The latest FFIEC BC handbook has made vendor resilience and cyber-resilience auditable issues. Even nonfinancial institutions should incorporate the handbook into their BC plans. Continue Reading
Nick Hayes of Forrester Research details social media regulations and compliance issues, including five compliance areas that enterprises must manage. Continue Reading
Michael L. Jackson, associate director of the FDIC, helped develop FFIEC, which aims to make online banking safer by forcing financial institutions to assess the risks in their environments and implement controls such as strong authentication. Continue Reading
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In this expert response from Ernie Hayden, learn about FFIEC security requirements for creating physical security logs. Continue Reading
Bob Russo, general manager of the PCI Security Standards Council explains that education is crucial to getting more merchants to comply with the standard. Continue Reading
Most organizations are familiar with HIPAA, GLBA and SOX, but newer regulations are pushing certain industry sectors to adopt strong authentication. Continue Reading
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FFIEC makes it clear that financial institutions' anti-money laundering programs must account for changing risks. In this expert tip, Dan Fisher explains how to ensure your BSA program meets examiners' scrutiny. Continue Reading
Under FTC's Red Flags Rules, all financial institutions and creditors with covered accounts are required to create an identity theft prevention plan. But who is a creditor and what is a covered account? Learn more in this expert tip. Continue Reading
Enterprises often make the mistake of assuming that IAM suites come with tightly integrated multifactor authentication features, but in reality making sure they work together well can be a challenge. In this tip, IAM luminary Joel Dubin explains why... Continue Reading