The Eyes Have It: The Rise of Biometric Banking

To increase the security of transactions and build trust with customers, the use of biometrics is growing as an identification tool for banks worldwide. The banking industry is under increasing pressure to develop protocols to minimize the possibility of fraud and identity theft because of the constant evolution of the technologies that are now being used to complete transactions on the growing number of platforms and devices used by both the banking industry and the consumer.

Why Hacking Is a Great Danger to Small Business

It may come as a surprise to many, but the source of most small business data breaches – about 80 percent – come from employees who either violate protocol or misuse their access privileges and use company computers for personal use. More than one of the data breaches that have made the news involve an employee who opens an attachment in an email which then opens the door for hackers.

Things Business Leaders Need to Know About Technology

In history class, we learned about the Industrial Revolution and its impact on the world. Today, we are in the midst of a technological revolution, with impacts as broad as the ones from the revolution brought about by the cotton gin. As a leader, do you know what you need to know about this phenomenon?

The Technology Revolution

This revolution actually started with the advent of the personal computer.

The Time To Examine Third Party Security

One of the most often overlooked security holes in many companies is through third party providers. Companies may have a comprehensive security policy in place for their internal networks, with provisions for mobile devices and a great data loss prevention strategy, but may leave themselves wide open when it comes to the third party security.