Posted on 27 December 2012 by
Social networks have led us to share more than perhaps others would care to know: your state of mind at that party last week; the apple pie you just baked; or the exciting fact that gray clouds are hovering overhead. But there are people out there who are very interested in seeing exactly what you […]
Posted on 21 December 2012 by
Following my recent post on just how free America is when it comes to enterprise security and the CIO responsibility I had an interesting exchange on LinkedIn with a peer, Anders Rundgren of PrimeKey Solutions, who evolved the discussion. I like to share these conversations on our blog as I advocate the education and analysis […]
Posted on 16 July 2012 by
What’s a “commercially reasonable” amount of security for a bank? We got one answer last week when a federal appeals court reversed a lower court’s ruling on the Automated Clearing House (ACH) fraud dispute between Patco Construction and Ocean Bank. Patco sued Ocean Bank for having “commercially unreasonable” security in place after Patco lost more […]
Posted on 19 January 2012 by
In the latest post in our Digital Turkey series, I’ll be taking a look at innovations in Turkey’s banking industry. Alongside the fact that it has revolutionized the way we communicate, for many, what the internet does best is convenience. Online banking is a great example of digital convenience as users can manage their money […]
Posted on 13 January 2012 by
With almost half of its 78 million citizens now online, Turkey is rapidly developing into a technological powerhouse. Not only is its young population (averaging just 28 years of age) becoming increasingly active online, but the country’s government and large corporations have been equally proactive in investing in cutting-edge technologies.
Posted on 08 November 2011 by
The Credit Union National Association recently reported that, in the month of October alone, more than 650,000 customers joined credit unions – which is roughly equal to all of the customers that moved in 2010 combined. Is this the return of the thrift bank?