BankInfoSecurity.com’s latest podcast offers insight for financial institutions that need to know about key compliance regulations driving information security at their institutions.
Princeton, NJ (BankInfoSecurity.com) April 25, 2007 – The increased scrutiny of examiners on financial institutions’ information security practices, coupled with the ever-growing menace of online criminals and data breaches, means that institutions can't have a “do it once and you’re compliant” throw-away attitude for information security any longer.
In this podcast, Susan Orr, a former federal examiner, gives her opinions and experienced look at the plethora of laws that come to mind when most of us think of security and protecting information, there are more than a half dozen. GLBA was just the tip of the iceberg.
It’s become known as the “Compliance Decade” at many financial institutions. With the ever-growing list of regulations and guidance, financial institutions are faced with an unending battle to keep ahead of a constant stream of supervisory letters and interagency proposals.
To listen to the podcast go to: Podcast: Key Compliance Regulations Driving Information Security at Financial Institutions