During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is critical that you and your institution’s employees exercise caution and remain nimble in your cyber defenses to prevent falling victim to one of the many attacks and scams.
With a multilayered approach, no single layer’s failure results in a security breach. In a sense, each layer is designed to fail — or to allow for the inevitable — while still providing exceptional security.
TBA has been a longtime supporter of opportunities to attract and retain banking talent on behalf of our member banks, with a proactive stance towards diversity and inclusion initiatives.
TBA, like our banks, was affected by the pandemic. TBA staff have worked from home since mid-March, and TBA leadership has been forced to adapt to restrictions brought about by the quarantine.
The future of the state’s banking industry is bright thanks in large part to a renewed focus by Texas universities on banking degrees, banking minors, commercial banking certificates and even an executive MBA, ensuring that a pipeline of talent flows
TBA is proud to announce the latest additions to its 136th Annual Convention lineup: Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and legendary performer John Michael Montgomery.
#MeToo brought sexual harassment out of the shadows and into the mainstream. The ripple effects have been felt in companies and organizations, large and small, from coast to coast.
According to the NCSA, ???The line between our online and offline lives is indistinguishable. In these tech-fueled times, our homes, societal well-being, economic prosperity and nation???s security are impacted by the internet.???
Let's face it, managing people is not for everyone, but it???s such an important role in creating the culture you want and ensuring your teams are engaged and ready to fulfil the mission and core values of your organization.
Throughout Texas, bankers are helping people learn to save and manage their money so that they can accomplish their goals.
In response to the economic and industry events that have led to the demand for qualified bankers, the Jerry S. Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University has developed a new Excellence in Banking Program.