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October 30, 2012  3:09 PM

Hurricane Sandy: An epic storm and the ultimate DR test



Posted by: David Schneier
Audit, audits, backup, bank, bank closing, bank closings, banking, banks, BIA, business, business continuity, business continuity plan, business impact analysis, community bank, disaster recovery, DR, examiners, internal audit, internal controls, ITGC, NCUA, pandemic, Pandemic Planning, policy, procedure, risk assess, risk assessment, risk assessments, risk management, risks

I've written similar posts in that past where I start off by apologizing for appearing opportunistic when leveraging a significant news event to generate site content.  However when considering roughly one-third of all my clients are dealing with Hurricane Sandy this represents a rare chance to...

October 3, 2011  10:39 PM

Dodd-Frank Section 165(d) : Is this really what was needed?



Posted by: David Schneier
bcp, business continuity, business continuity plan, compliance, Dodd-Frank, FDIC, GLBA, NCUA, regulations, regulatory, Regulatory Compliance, too big too fail

Ever since Dodd-Frank legislation first started rolling down the turnpike towards the banking industry I've been reading and listening to all manner of rhetoric about how none of it's going to solve any problems, that it's going to impede the business of banking and force money to be deposited and...


September 14, 2011  6:27 AM

A new twist on regulatory guidance.



Posted by: David Schneier
assessment, Audit, bcp, business, business continuity, business continuity planning, compliance, disaster recovery, DR, GLBA, NCUA, regulation, regulatory, Regulatory Compliance, risk, risk assessment, vendor, Vendor Management

One of the oddity's of my career is how some issues present themselves in a wide range of my clients despite the fact that there's often no meaningful way to compare them in size.  Some have a single compliance person who is part Compliance Officer and part Information Security Officer and some...


August 28, 2011  3:17 PM

Will Hurricane Irene reveal your BCP’s strengths or weaknesses?



Posted by: David Schneier
Audit, auditor, bcp, business continuity, business continuity plan, compliance, disaster, disaster recovery, DR, exam, examiner, GLBA, NCUA, regulations, regulatory, Regulatory Compliance

I'm violating my own standards by using such an easy topic to blog about but it's too big to ignore.  With the increasing insanity being inspired by 2011's first true hurricane I'd be remiss if I didn't at least explore the impact this is going to have on the business community. I just heard...


March 25, 2011  2:48 PM

A Hard Lesson Learned in Japan’s Disaster



Posted by: David Schneier
business continuity, business continuity plan, business continuity planning, disaster, disaster recovery, FFIEC, GLBA, NCUA, regulations, regulatory, Regulatory Compliance, Security

There will be no shortage of industry articles and analysis that will emerge from the horrific events in Japan over these past few weeks, that's for certain.  This is arguably the most significant event to hit a major regional economy since World War II and it's important to learn as many lessons...


August 25, 2010  4:07 PM

Are you GLBA compliant and ready for year-end?



Posted by: David Schneier
Audit, business continuity, business continuity planning, compliance, FDIC, GLBA, NCUA, penetration test, penetration testing, regulatory, Regulatory Compliance, risk, risk assessment, Security, security awareness, social engineering, Vendor Management, vulnerability test

Summer at home officially ended this morning as my children returned to school.  Beyond the fact that I consider it cruel and inhuman punishment to resume academic activities before Labor Day, it also serves as a wake-up call that we're well past mid-year on the traditional calendar and eying the...


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