Bankers should be aware of current and impending cybersecurity and privacy regulations.
Make cybersecurity training a part of the onboarding process and include an annual review of key policies.
TBA created the Magnet program in 2021 with the vision of providing guidance, at-scale price negotiation and managed program offerings to help our bankers catch up to the quickly changing landscape fintech’s have created and provide the suite of prod
Separating Blockchain from Digital Currencies can be confusing even to those who work in the industry.
Ms. Teri Petrzelka, VP ISO/Security Officer for the Central Bank of Houston, shares her thoughts on how they are helping their customers.
Can NATO invoke Article 5 if the battle ground is in cyber space?
Cryptocurrencies that were once derided as, at best, a fad or, at worse, a scam or way to launder money, have become a legitimate asset class reaching three trillion dollars in 2021.
The director of U.S. CISA, Jen Easterly, called the Log4j cyber attack, “the most serious vulnerability I have seen in my decades-long career.”
We’ll continue to see ransomware attacks in 2022. Why? Because they are still successful.
As I wrote in my column last year, third-party risks continue to be one of a bank’s greatest risks. Properly addressing these risks as a part of your overall business strategy is challenging.
On May 12, 2021, President Biden issued an Executive Order to implement new policies aimed at strengthening the nation’s cybersecurity.
Regulations are nothing new to financial organizations. In fact, the consensus is whether it’s a traditional bank or a modern fintech startup, they are among the most heavily regulated businesses already — and have been for some time.
The global insurance company, AXA, will no longer write policies in France that reimburse customers for extortion payments made to ransomware criminals. How much longer before the same applies in the U.S.?
As normal banking activities resume, list of concerns includes mandated vaccinations, special accommodations and paid leave
When he’s not busy enjoying his family and the outdoors, David Guerino calls on Texas banks as KeyState’s managing director of captive insurance.
Recently, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, CFPB, FDIC, NCUA and OCC released a request for information and comment on financial institutions’ use of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
CASH Suite is a comprehensive financial analysis and risk management software solution designed for commercial lenders to promote efficiency and effective decisions throughout the entire commercial lending lifecycle.
The Texas Bankers Association is pleased to announce the launch of the new TBA mobile app. Available to download for free on iOS and Android, the app offers simple and easy access to TBA-related events, news and more.
I’m writing this column just days after the Microsoft Exchange vulnerability release, and I’m sure that by the time this is published, it will be much, much worse.
Awareness and knowledge to raise your program's maturity level
As cyber threats have increased, more organizations need access to the latest threat intelligence.
The banking industry is being told to embrace “digital transformation.” The idea it represents — the ability to adapt to current needs and norms — has always been with us. History is fraught with examples of this, some of which may prove instructive.
The first rounds of PPP helped more than five million small businesses in the United States in the amount of $525 billion in funding, but not without a dark side to the program.
With the promise that the pandemic will eventually be behind us, everyone is trying to predict the “next normal” and imagine if they have what it will take to succeed — or even survive — in a post-pandemic economy.