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November 11, 2011  7:41 PM

Vishing, Smishing and Phishing: No end in sight.



Posted by: David Schneier
assessment, Audit, compliance, GLBA, hack, hacker, NCUA, phish, phishing, red flags, red flags identity theft, regulatory, Regulatory Compliance, scam, smish, smishing, vish, vishing

This is something akin to my annual public service announcement (PSA) for anyone who has cash-on-hand, a bank account, an investment account or perhaps even a piggy bank:  As long as you have money there's someone out there right now scheming to try and take it away from you. I'm having that...

December 10, 2010  6:45 PM

Year-end begets regulatory compliance audit panic



Posted by: David Schneier
assessment, Audit, FFIEC, GLBA, PCI, red flags, red flags identity theft, regulatory, Regulatory Compliance, Security, security awareness, SOX

Sometime back in August I blogged about addressing outstanding compliance tasks before the year's end. We see it every year in my practice: Compliance  and security folks wake up sometime right around now in a bit of a panic and realize that they're about to miss hitting on certain key regulatory...


December 29, 2009  5:30 PM

Was 2009 the year regulatory compliance became a good thing?



Posted by: David Schneier
Audit, business continuity planning, GLBA, information security, IT General Controls, red flags, red flags identity theft, Regulatory Compliance, Vendor Management

When I sat down to write my last blog post for 2009, I was planning to write either about my predictions for 2010 or a retrospective of 2009. But that’s just so clichéd; everyone does that or tries to. And as I’d wrote in a recent post about...


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