Banking Technology Connections: October 23, 2012
October 23, 2012
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In this week's edition, we see an article by CBS (How do you help customers protect their mobile devices?) on ways bank customers can secure their mobile devices. One of the items in the list includes using a pin code. We all know it can be difficult enough to get employees to lock phones per your bank's policy, so how do we get customers to go through the inconvenience of using pins on their phones? We need to educate them on why it's important. Ask them if they want their emails read by someone who finds their phone, or if they want their pictures potentially shared with the world. Maybe your customers will think differently if you add a personal spin to the education...
Interesting Articles of the Week
Pacemaker hack can deliver deadly 830-volt jolt
Banks: How do you help customers protect their mobile devices?
Oracle patch fixes at least 30 security holes in Java. If you use Java, it's time to update
TD Bank data breach affects 35,000 in Maine
Cyber Insurance 101: Learn How Cyber Risk Insurance Can Help SMB's Stay in Business
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WolfPAC User Conference
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ISACA NY: Collaborating for Greater Success
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NJ Bankers Association: BankHorizons
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ISSA NY: Mobile Security - Synthesizing Strategy
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NH & VT Bankers Assocation: NH & VT Trustees & Directors Forum
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WolfPAC User Conference
NJ Bankers Association: Operations & Technology Seminar
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