The Federal Government in Financial Services' Cybersecurity
July 30, 2014, Justin Orcutt, Regional Sales Manager
It’s no secret that the internet has changed the way we do business in nearly every industry. On the other hand, the dangers of limited cyber regulations are quickly becoming a focus for the government due to the frequency and impact of data breaches. It’s becoming apparent that convenience comes at the price of security—the federal government is taking notice.
Secret Services Issues Warning to Hospitality Industry, Now What?
July 25, 2014, Dan Fritsche, Principal, Retail and Financial Services
The U.S. Secret Service has issued an advisory to the hospitality industry to be on alert for keyloggers on the computers in the business center. Whether your hotel received this advice or not, this is something that will undoubtedly affect your business in the near future. We’ve put together this brief guide on reacting to the advisory.
Cybersecurity and the Financial Services Industry
July 03, 2014, Justin Orcutt, Regional Sales Manager
2014 is the year that the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) is turning its focus to cybersecurity, a looming threat to any and all companies that utilize the internet. In case you missed my last post, back in March the OCIE hosted a Cybersecurity Roundtable to discuss the importance of protecting consumer data and the security of market systems following a steep increase in breaches by its members.