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October 22, 2012  2:09 PM

Are banks unfairly scrutinized?



Posted by: David Schneier
ACH, assess, assessment, assessments, Audit, auditor, audits, banking, banks, business, CISA, CISO, community bank, compliance, credit unions, CU, exam, examination, examinations, examiner, examiners, exams, FFIEC, financial institutions, general controls, GLBA, identify theft, identity theft, information security, information security office, Information Technology General Controls, internal audit, internal controls, ITGC, NPPI, observations, oversight, personally identifiable informaiton, PII, privacy, risk assess, risk assessment, risk assessments, risk management, risk-based, risks

A few years back when I first cut over to working somewhat exclusively with financial institutions I memorized an elevator speech that still somewhat defines who I am and what I do professionally.  Part of the speech pointed out that my firm helped "banks and credit unions meet regulatory...

February 27, 2011  7:31 PM

Does an IT auditor need to be CISA certified?



Posted by: David Schneier
assessment, Audit, audit plan, audit program, CISA, CISSP, regulations, Regulatory Compliance, risk, risk management

It's been a while since my last post as I'm in hunker-down mode as we prepare our next compliance software offering for release.  But in the midst of my coding/testing insanity, a conversation occurred that brought up the value of certifications that I haven't been able to completely let go...


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