The Cybersecurity Imperative: How Banks Can Combat CybercrimeSeptember 04, 2012As the financial world gets increasingly high-tech, protecting data has never been more important. According to BITS president Paul Smocer, innovations such as smartphones and cloud computing offer banks great opportunities for efficiency and customer enga
5 Keys to Putting Non-Bank Competitors in Their PlaceJune 26, 2012To stave off the threat from alternative financial services providers and retain their place as consumers' trusted providers of choice, banks must learn from the very non-bank competitors that seek to disintermediate them.
Mint Data - What is it Good For? November 03, 2010Did you know that, on average, a customer shopping at New York's Tiffany & Co. or B&H Photo Video is going to spend more than they would at, say, Barnes & Noble or Kmart? Thanks to Mint Data, now you do.
Rattray to Lead BITS Security ProgramSeptember 07, 2010Dr. Greg Rattray has joined BITS, the technology policy division of The Financial Services Roundtable, as its senior vice president for security, the organization announced today.
Citi to be First U.S. Bank to Deploy MasterCard inControlAugust 17, 2010New York-based Citi will be the first U.S. bank to deploy MasterCard's inControl service, adding new functionality for cardholders by the end of this year. The new service will give cardholders the ability to set spending limits, set budgets and rules for
Dealing With Data Theft After the FactNovember 30, 2005What if your customers' data is stolen? By proactively communicating with customers and taking quick action, banks are turning the potential disaster into an opportunity to strengthen customer relationships.
Cards May 04, 2005Product 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 f
Breaking Down Barriers March 07, 2005The Electronic Payments Association continues to pave the way for electronic check conversion.