Encryption Can Be Tricky

Encryption Can Be Tricky Q: When I backup my data from the encrypted disks on my servers does the data remain encrypted? A: Although it might sound logical that when the data is moved from an encrypted disk to another media (such as a CD or USB drive) it remains encrypted, it does not. Disk encryption does not encrypt the data, only the disk itself. So, when you are going to move the data off […]

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Fraud on the Rise in 2015

After attending the AML Conference hosted by the Kansas City Federal Reserve, there is no question in my mind that fraud and losses associated with fraud continue to rise. There have been many advances in technology for consumer convenience. Those conveniences make it easier for fraudsters to defraud our customers and our industry. FinCEN reports from 2012 through January 2015, depository institutions in our geographical footprint (Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, and Illinois) have submitted approximately 31,000 […]

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Can You (Should You) Support Apple Pay?

Since its introduction in October 2014, Apple Pay has been a popular topic in the payment industry and all over the news. According to Apple CEO Tim Cook, over one million people had registered their credit cards with the service in the first three days. However, a recent report from InfoScout indicates that only nine percent of iPhone 6 users have actually tried Apple Pay and only five percent of the eligible transactions on Black […]

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A Note from the Internal Auditor…

As part of my continuing education, I recently attended a seminar hosted by the Institute of Internal Auditors. The seminar was titled Fraud and the Internal Auditor’s Role, and was presented by Lynn Fountain. Below is a list of talking points that were discussed in the seminar that banks may want to consider: Fraud continues to be on the radar of investors, shareholders, and regulators Ongoing technological advances in IT infrastructure and new and emerging […]

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Keeping up with the Name Game

The 2013 UCC Article 9 Amendments set out to clear up a few issues with the 2001 Revision. One change cleared up what name to use for the debtor.  We now know to use the name on their unexpired driver’s license.  Did you know if that name changes your financing statement could be seriously impacted especially if secured by “after-acquired” property (e.g. inventory and accounts receivable)? If the borrower’s name changes on their driver’s license, […]

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