Bankers from Colorado, Kansas and Missouri recently chose BankOnIT’s Bankers Private Cloud® service to manage their information technology needs. This affords them more capabilities while being able to devote less time to IT.
BankOnIT has implemented a new service into its Banker’s Private Cloud® solution that allows technical issues to be addressed more accurately, more efficiently and with faster resolution times for client banks. These improved capabilities are only available through BankOnIT’s own virtual engineers.
The Bankers Private Cloud® Virtual Engineers utilize artificial intelligence (AI) decision support systems while simultaneously working alongside human engineers. The combination provides capabilities that are not possible with people or AI systems alone.
Sharon Bracken, Internal Audit Manager at BankOnIT, successfully passed the Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) certification exam and has completed all requirements to become CISA-certified.
Happy New Year!
Reflecting on 2016, you likely heard more about technology, such as self-driving cars, and used more technology in your everyday life than ever before. You also learned more about technology threats.
BankOnIT has released the Bankers Private Cloud® Threat Mitigation Shield to help client banks better defend themselves against the rapidly increasing number of cybersecurity risks, such as ransomware, the financial industry is threatened with.
Your bank should be filing a SAR for certain cybersecurity events.
Another Kansas bank recently joined the Bankers Private Cloud® service. While there are many great reasons for a bank to use BankOnIT’s Bankers Private Cloud® service, one reason stood out to this bank in particular.
This Kansas bank joined to obtain services that were not available from other vendors. The following is why they chose BankOnIT.
October is the 13th annual National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM). Many organizations including the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Department of State and many state banking associations are promoting awareness of this important subject.
“Cybersecurity Awareness Month is an opportunity for financial institutions to take stock of their level of understanding of cyber threats and their ability to respond to potential cyber attacks,” said Thomas J. Curry, FFIEC Chairman and Comptroller of the Currency.
With regulators commenting over the past 24 months that information security is the biggest threat banks face today, more and more emphasis is being placed on the bank’s board of directors. Regulators expect the directors to effectively manage your bank’s technology risk, similarly to how the board manages credit, interest rate, liquidity and other risks your bank faces.
Did you know that you car’s infotainment system may be automatically downloading your mobile device’s data? The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is warning consumers to be aware that personal information stored in a vehicle’s infotainment system can tell the next person all sorts of things about you.*