Security Action Plans
Being smart about security is as much about commonsense practices as it is about deploying the right software tools.
Mphasis Workers Arrested for Pilfering Money from Citibank Customers in India
The Indian outsourcing industry was forced to deal with a significant dent to its credibility recently when it was revealed that a trio of workers at Mphasis' call center in Pune were arrested for allegedly stealing Citibank customers' PIN numbers and using the information to pilfer an estimated $350,000 from those U.S. customers.
Bank relies upon training software to get customers ready for a rapid transition.
'Real ID' Faces Reality
The legislation, primarily aimed at denying illegal immigrants driver's licenses, is vague about how the government should implement technical provisions.
Phishers Turn To Devious Tricks
While traditional phishing attacks may be growing slower than ever, more devious identity thievery tactics are starting to crop up, the Anti-Phishing Working Group says.
Does Money Need a Passport?
The New York Times recently featured a front-page story about how a working group within the U.S. Treasury has been considering the prospect of accessing banks' logs of international money transfers.
Product innovation is key to growth in the card business, but the ability to grow without sacrificing security, speed and reliability is critical. Banks that can provide these things, along with convenience for consumers and increased sales opportunities for merchants, will achieve success.
News & Rollout: Taking ATMs to the Next Level, and more
Arab National Bank deploys Level Four ATM suite.; CreditXpert's Fraud Detective; Quaero, NetReflector Marketing Solution; Docucorp Introduces Processing Tool; BMO Deploys Verint; NAB Implements SunGard; Caixa Catalunya Standardizes on BMC
Stay a While
Mellon Financial convinces corporate clients to invest lockbox deposits with the bank.
Banks must weigh paper-based workflows as they guide corporate clients toward e-payments.
The Evolution of VoIP
As Voice over Internet Protocol technology matures, banks increasingly are adopting VoIP solutions to cut costs, improve efficiency and enhance customer service.
Creating Virtual Value
By integrating business channels, consolidating customer histories and beefing up security, banks are improving their online offerings to provide customers with all the conveniences of branch banking in the comfort of their own homes.
Measure for Measure
April, known as the cruelest month, was particularly harsh this year for many high school students. The source of their suffering?