KeyCorp Keeps It Clean
Bank detects and prevents technology problems as an ongoing strategy to maintain quality service.
Within minutes of the recent sentencing of Martha Stewart to five months in prison and two years of probation, the stock of the media business she founded, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, soared by more than a third.
This Spoof Ain’t Funny
A new variant of phishing may cause serious, and perhaps crippling, damage to already substantial concerns about the trustworthiness of online transactions.
Check 21: Where’s the Spending?
Despite an enormous amount of attention and hype, the impending activation of the Check Truncation in the 21st Century Act (Check 21) on October 28, 2004, has so far not resulted in a rush of bank spending.
MasterCard Asia-Pacific has a new card featuring the likeness of New York Met Kazuo Matsui.
A virus can grind a bank's operations to a halt and expose billions of dollars.
News & Rollouts
Xacta Makes IA Manager Available; Fiserv Unveils PAYCHECK PLUS; Loan Protector Improves X12
Web services and service-oriented architectures lead to shorter development cycles for bank IT departments.
The Buzz on Basel II
Banks leverage enterprise management technologies to get head start on compliance.
The CIO and CCO relationship is crucial in executing excellence in compliance.
CHIPS Extends Hours
In order to maximize liquidity for participating financial institutions, the Clearing House Interbank Payment System (CHIPS) extended its processing hours to overlap the business hours in Asia.