Steve Tschoepe, on Thu, Aug 25, 2016
Justin Kirsch, on Thu, Aug 18, 2016
What would happen to your mortgage company if it were hit with a serious computer virus or other malware? Could your company survive both the immediate and long-term financial impact of your critical data and client records being compromised or lost? More importantly, could your company weather the loss of customer confidence in your ability to protect their data?
Hugo Gonzalez, on Thu, Aug 11, 2016
Is it time to start preparing the obituary for the desktop computer? Even one of the designers of the original IBM PC 5150, Mark Dean, declared that this iconic technology is all but dead. Now that there are apps for smartphones and tablets that do everything a PC could do and more, you are no longer tied to one location. Cloud-based mobility and computing are the future.
Justin Kirsch, on Thu, Aug 04, 2016
Cyber thieves are amping up their attacks on major banks and the U.S. Federal Reserve. Recently, $81 million dollars was stolen from a Bank of Bangladesh account at the New York Fed. Cybersecurity officials are rapidly securing possible entry points for cyber thieves, finding that the most ordinary access points, such as email and social media accounts, can be all a thief needs to gain access to highly sensitive data. What does this mean for mid-sized lenders in the mortgage industry?