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Manipulated Data: The New Bank Hack

Banks spend a lot of time and money protecting themselves from data breaches and hacks, but if you run a financial institution, it’s now time to add another threat to the list: data manipulation. Most cyber threats focus on stealing information, but data manipulation is when hackers change financial... (more...)

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What Can Happen to Your Financial Institution When Data Is Breached

In the wake of the widely publicized Equifax data breach, more and more people are starting to think about data security. If you own, manage, or sit on the board of directors of a financial institution, you may be wondering what would happen if your bank experienced a breach. While the effects can vary,... (more...)

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How Your Financial Institution Can Go Paperless

Paperless banking is an area in which online services have shown dramatic improvements in efficiency, cost, and security. Yet many financial institutions have moved slowly into online banking and many customers have kept paper statements even while using online services. Making the Switch Converting... (more...)

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Mobile Signature Management

Managing a financial institution is more challenging than ever with today’s advanced technology. New regulations put in place after the 2008 financial crisis, rapidly evolving technology, and the ever-present threat of cybercrime keep management busy around the clock. Identity theft and bank fraud... (more...)

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Why Fraud Detection is Crucial to the Financial Industry

Every organization is potentially at risk for fraud. While fraud can be devastating for any company, the financial industry is particularly at risk when things go wrong. The recent Equifax data breach is a prime example of how even large, well-protected companies are at risk of sophisticated cybercrime... (more...)

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Is Your Bank On Top of Mobile Security?

Mobile devices are quickly becoming the technology of choice for users’ online needs, including web browsing, shopping and even banking. In fact, BGR, a leading online publisher of news and commentary in the mobile and consumer electronics niche and America’s #1 source of breaking mobile news, reports... (more...)

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What Should Be Verified on a Check Before Cashing

Fraudulent checks can pose a significant threat to banks and financial institutions. If they’re cashed unknowingly, the institution could be held responsible for the funds. It’s important for financial institutions to proactively verify all checks. These steps deter fraud and detect it before it... (more...)

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Financial Information on the Dark Web

Financial crimes that take place over the Internet are often hidden within the deep recesses of the dark web. Here’s what you need to know about the dark web and how to protect your financial institution against fraud by monitoring the dark web for key information. What Is the Deep & Dark Web? First,... (more...)

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How to Reduce the Cost of Check Fraud

According to a 2015 study published by Lexis Nexis, every $100 of fraud costs the merchant $223. This staggering statistic makes it clear that fraud prevention should be at the top of every financial institution’s priority list. However, the same study reports that fraud itself has increased – in... (more...)

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Cyber Threat Intelligence 101 (And How It Can Affect Your Bank)

At its most basic level, cyber threat intelligence is knowledge based on evidence obtained by human or computer analysis that is used to advise entities on current or potential threats to the entity. Entities — which are often banks, financial institutions, Fortune 500 companies, large organizations... (more...)

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