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New Customer Onboarding Just Become Easier – Here’s Why

A provision within the recently enacted Dodd-Frank Repeal Act makes it easier for financial institutions to onboard new customers remotely. The MOBILE (Making Online Banking Initiation Legal and Easy) Act within the Dodd-Frank Repeal removes restrictions on using e-signatures and digital copies of...

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6 Ways to Fortify Your Network Defenses in the Age of IoT and Connected Devices

IoT presents a multitude of opportunities for financial institutions to efficiently serve their clients. Yet the convenience of IoT solutions comes at a cost. It’s a technology that opens up a financial firm’s network to security risks and vulnerabilities. A compromised IoT device or data from an...

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Financial Firms in the News: How to Avoid Network Breach Fallout

Breaches of financial institutions’ networks are happening with more frequency, and they’re getting more attention in the media as well. Five banks in Mexico and two in Canada experienced high profile breaches that exposed tens of thousands of customers’ information.

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Banking Trojans: Fortify Your Defenses With Sophos and Cybersecurity Practices

Malware — particularly banking Trojans — can paralyze a financial institution’s network and gain illegitimate access to sensitive financial data. This malicious software is continuously adapting to and keeping pace with technological advances in network security and data protection. With its...

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Your Tools to Stop the Next Phishing Attack: Zix and Employee Training

Financial institutions are getting better at network security, so cybercriminals are taking an indirect  approach to achieve their goals. They’re targeting unsuspecting employees who lack the skills to identify and prevent a phishing attack. This poses a serious threat to financial institutions and...

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