Regulatory Reality:

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October 22, 2012  2:09 PM

Are banks unfairly scrutinized?



Posted by: David Schneier
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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 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...


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