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Employee PC Was the Weak Link in JPMorgan Breach

Employee PC Was the Weak Link in JPMorgan Breach

by August 28, 2014 at 11:56 am 1 comment

A major cyberattack thought to have originated in Russia hit JPMorgan Chase and at least four other banks, apparently in mid-August. The attack, according to a U.S. official, was not a mere denial of service attack that shut down the bank’s website for a few hours, but was an actual breach that gained account information and could potentially lead to funds being removed from accounts.

17 Hottest Trends That Will Drive Banking in 2014

17 Hottest Trends That Will Drive Banking in 2014

by January 13, 2014 at 11:01 am 10 comments

The business of putting together lists of top this-and-that at the end of the year has simply gotten out of hand. No media outlet took the list thing to greater heights than Time, which published the “Top 10 Everything of 2013,” which include 54 lists of, well, everything. We found particularRead More

Wells Fargo Reconsidering BYOD Policy

Wells Fargo Reconsidering BYOD Policy

by January 2, 2014 at 2:57 pm 1 comment

It looks like Wells Fargo‘s 300,000 employees may soon be able to bring their own mobile devices to work after all. The San Francisco-based bank is apparently testing the use of Bring Your Own Device, known as BYOD, The Wall Street Journal‘s CIO Journal blog reported today. The test would beRead More