Banking Technology Connections: June 26, 2012
June 26, 2012
Interesting survey in this week's selected articles, noting how the tech-savvy younger generation is more prone to security issues ("Keep an eye on the kids: Survey reveals tech security generation gap"). While this may seem contradictory, the younger generation is typically overly confident about their tech knowledge and thus ignores many of the security warnings, unlike the suspicious and skeptical older generation. Just another reason to continually look to enhance your security awareness training programs and help keep "the kids" out of trouble.
Interesting Articles of the Week
Keep an eye on the kids: Survey reveals tech security generation gap
iTunes appears to have a security flaw
Unpatched Microsoft security vulnerability being actively exploited
Is BYOD a Nightmare for IT Security or a Dream Come True?
AT&T predicts secure world with brainwave authentication, augmented reality glasses
Bank ignored FFIEC? Settlement Reached in ACH Fraud Case. California Escrow Company & Bank Agree to Terms
Hacker claims "over 79" bank scalps
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