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August 8, 2012  6:21 PM

Metrics Reporting: Are pretty colors always pretty accurate?



Posted by: David Schneier
Audit, auditor, audits, bank, banking, banks, Board, Board of Directors, BoD, business, community bank, compliance, control, controls, exam, examination, examinations, examiner, examiners, exams, financial institutions, fraud, governance, regulation, regulations, regulations audit, regulatory, regulatory guidance, SOX

I have an odd relationship with management reporting.  I know it's a necessity and quite often see clear value in what's packaged for senior management and board review.  But a significant piece of the reporting content comes in the form of metrics and, well, whenever I hear the term it conjures...

March 2, 2010  8:18 PM

Something smells phishy



Posted by: David Schneier
email, fraud, GLBA, phish, phishing, Regulatory Compliance, scam, scammer, Security, spam, theft

I received an email from Rebecca Keen this morning asking for help.  You see, Rebecca took an unexpected trip to the UK and while there lost her wallet and all of her financial resources and was hoping I could help.  She asked if I could float her a temporary loan of $1,540 so she could settle...


February 12, 2010  11:38 PM

IT audit reports: Why you can’t handle the truth



Posted by: David Schneier
Audit, corruption, fraud, GLBA, Information Technology General Controls, infrastructure, IT, IT General Controls, ITGC, NCUA, Regulatory Compliance

I was reading the local newspaper this morning and was surprised to find a front page story ripped from the headlines of my professional life (ironic, I know). Right there on the front page of today's News and Observer was a story about how a recent audit claimed corruption at a local college...


May 20, 2009  7:31 PM

IT Security: Something has to give.



Posted by: David Schneier
Audit, FDIC, FFIEC, fraud, GLBA, NCUA, phishing, Regulatory Compliance

My practice has been busy lately helping a number of clients catch up on required tasks before their scheduled exams (it's a case of the old "if it wasn't for the last minute nothing would ever happen" philosophy).  And in authoring some of our reports we're identifying issues and gaps that are in...


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