After PayPal launched a program last week offering free transaction processing for merchants who switch to its point of sale card reader, Square hit back yesterday by announcing it will be offering a P2P payments service via email.
UMB Utilizes Archer To Comply With GLBAJune 11, 2007UMB Financial Corp. centralizes asset management and reduces risk with Archer Technologies solution to comply with the Gramm Leach Bliley Act (GLBA).
Data Mining on Check Images OK, Says Legal ExpertJuly 28, 2003Banks that create and maintain check image archives on behalf of their customers have control over a potentially valuable source of marketing information. But tapping into that information requires careful consideration of state and national laws.
The Case for Security Policy Monitoring at BanksJune 09, 2003Although there's no magic bullet that will make your organization compliant with HIPAA, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act or ISO 17799, you can interpret applicable portions of the regulations into policies that can then be enforced and monitored.
Banks Move To Protect Info Sharing February 26, 2003Legal wrangling over consumer privacy protection threatens to restrict the ability of banks to share customer information with outside parties.
BofA To Install Secure Messaging System January 08, 2003In deciding how to send confidential information, like monthly statements, securely to corporate clients and consumers, BofA officials have abandoned conventional approaches in favor of guerilla tactics, where businesses and technical staff engage each oth
Bankers Bank Taps Risk Suite January 08, 2003Bankers Bank licenses the BorderShield and GLB Compliance products from Guarded Networks to deliver to its financial institution customers.
LexisNexis Sees Private Future for Public Record DataAugust 23, 2002As data gains "currency" as a means to perpetrate fraud and other crimes, new controls over who can access information and how it can be used are likely to emerge, according to LexisNexis' chief privacy officer.