Red Light, Green Light
I recently attended a conference on money laundering. You're probably thinking, "Don't you mean 'anti-money laundering?'"
Powerful Way to Pay
Smart System's RFID technology allows football fans to score quick snacks and rewards.
The Benefits of a Service-Oriented Architecture
A service-oriented architecture can provide a bank with the robust, resilient IT architecture it needs to grow, achieve speed-to-market and optimize customer service. It also provides a platform to help meet compliance requirements and assure security and integrity of information assets.
Commerzbank N.A. deploys Egenera BladeFrame system.
To Serve and Protect
Bank invests in Stratus server to support systems consolidation and business continuity.
Full Speed Ahead
Huntington Bancshares upgrades network and improves service with TNS solution.
WSFS Bank sends its ATMs back to school to capture college crowd and cut transaction costs.
Circle the Wagons
Banks try both high-tech and low-tech solutions to head off ATM crime.
Chris Wrenn, Managing Director and Chief Operating Officer, HVB Americas & David Dart, Chief Information Officer, HVB Americas
School for Scandal
It's amazing how often the grown-up business world seems to replicate childhood - especially junior high school.
HP Names New Chief Executive
The search for a new Hewlett-Packard CEO is over, but Carly Fiorina's successor, NCR's CEO Mark Hurd, faces a tough challenge in rebuilding HP's channel.
Phishers Moving Away From E-Mail ’Lures’
Phishing attacks were up slightly in February, the Anti-Phishing Working Group reports, but the trend toward even sneakier ways of scamming identities is growing quickly.
Banking, Retail Industries Urged to Fight ID Theft
Millions of consumers are switching banks and avoiding online shopping out of fear of having their personal data stolen and used by crooks to obtain credit cards and conduct other fraudulent activities.
Shining Light On Privacy Policies
Business and consumer customers are both dissatisfied with and wary of offshore call centers, according to a new Managing Offshore and Call Center Magazine study. Managing Offshore editor Rusty Weston and Call Center editor Keith Dawson team up to analyze the implications of the data for global-sourcing companies.
You’ve Got (potentially dangerous) Mail
Growing external e-mail threats and an evolving compliance and legal liability environment are forcing financial services firms to reevaluate their state of preparedness.
Gaining Strength From Sarbox
Sarbanes-Oxley compliance may be a burden, but it's helping some companies improve operations at various levels
Keyloggers Foiled In Attempted $423 Million Bank Heist
British authorities stymied a massive bank heist that reportedly was dependent on a keylogger, the same kind of spyware that has jumped three-fold in the last year and puts consumers at risk from hackers and phishers.
Why Bank M&A Is Complex
Stronger capital positions and rising stock prices don't necessarily help with the operational side of a merger.
BT Group Signs $3 Billion Reuters Contract
U.K.-based communications giant BT Group PLC has signed an eight-and-a-half-year $3 billion contract to supply network services to information-company Reuters Group PLC.
Instant Messaging Gets Riskier
Attacks grow sharply; threat center warns of more than 30 widespread IM or peer-to-peer viruses and worms so far this year
A Token Effort
Over the years, banks have taken numerous steps to increase personal security in the ATM lobby.
Banks face myriad sourcing options, from build versus buy to in-sourcing and outsourcing. To select the right strategy, banks must determine which processes or services offer the most opportunity for competitive advantage or cost savings.
News & Rollouts
Flexible Platform; Searchspace Boosts AML Solution; InfoVista Releases IP Telephony Product; Vontu Introduces Monitoring Tool; Recent Rollouts