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Making Gramm-Leach-Bliley Security Compliance Fast and Easy
Designed to improve consumer financial services, the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) includes security provisions for protecting confidential electronic financial

banking law  identical. This paper uses Banking guidelines as the baseline for fulfilling security provisions of Gramm-Leach-Bliley ' Interagency Guidelines Establishing Standards for Safeguarding Customer Information and Rescission of Year 2000 Standards for Safety and Soundness; Final Rule (12 CFR Part 30, et al., Federal Register, February 1, 2001, pages 8616-8641). Authors were the Federal Reserve System, FDIC, NCUA, and U.S. Treasury's Comptroller of the Currency, and Office of Thrift Supervision. Securities Read More...
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BI Principles for Another Kind of Intelligence
Traditional business intelligence (BI) and analytics applications aim to support the decision-making process of a company. By analyzing large amounts of data

banking law  product Industries such as banking and finance, government, and law enforcement stand to gain the most from these offerings, but the technology has applications to other industries as well. Conclusion Intelligence and analytics techniques traditionally have focused on supporting direct business revenue–oriented tasks. Yet these same techniques are increasingly being applied to providing analytics and knowledge management to other important areas of an organization—research, legal, and even social Read More...
Delivery Architecture - What it Means...
Once we cross the border of the enterprise, traditional enterprise-centric systems fail to provide visibility or a way to understand and act, all in sync with

banking law  Think credit card and banking systems. The private individual today can be an eBay merchant—eBay operates the order management systems, the financial settlements, etc. You can even get your company benefits plan, health insurance plan, etc., by being an eBay merchant. Amazon has a similar program, not just for small business, but also for the likes of Nordstrom, etc. In the supply chain arena there are organizations that can manage your financial settlements, own your inventory, forecast and deliver to Read More...
Identix Leads Biometric Authentication
Perhaps the most exciting product released at last Comdex, was the Identix DFR-300 Fingerprint Scanner. Implemented in Compaq, Dell, and Toshiba laptops, the

banking law  such as financial services, banking, securities trading, e-commerce, music and entertainment downloads, online games, legal and business document transactions and exchanges-- anything needing secure transaction assurance and expedited processing. itrust, as a service, will maintain individual privacy, protect personal identity, secure transactions and facilitate control and delivery of information over the wireless Web and Internet 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, anywhere in the world. Product Read More...
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act May Be Just the Tip of a Compliance Iceberg
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act is not the only government regulation that enterprises must comply with. Several others make it imperative that appropriate enterprise

banking law  the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision , Basel II is a recommendation to help credit institutions protect themselves against the risk of credit loss and increase the overall transparency of their business in their daily work with market, liquidity, and general risks. To that end, banks must identify potential risks and set aside capital to compensate for potential losses. Furthermore, Basel II calls on the banking supervision authorities to conduct regular inspections of credit institutions to Read More...
TEC Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of August 13, 2012
SOFTWARE SELECTIONSSwiss investment bank UBS selects cloud-based Oracle’s Fusion Human Capital ManagementIndustry tags: Finance and Banking

banking law  Industry tags: Finance and Banking With extensive worldwide operations, UBS provides its clients with wealth management, asset management, and investment and (in Switzerland) retail banking. A cloud-based HCM solution indeed can be a good option, technically. Traditionally there have been concerns revolving around security and data ownership, which is especially the case for a Swiss financial institution. But as a long-term Oracle customer, USB has elected to deploy cloud-based application across all Read More...
Ten Key Legal Concerns in E-Commerce Ventures and Contracts
IT managers must understand the legal issues – at least well enough to know when there is an issue. E-commerce is so new that lawyers (and the law) are having

banking law  Key Legal Concerns in E-Commerce Ventures and Contracts Why Care About Contracts? The rapid pace of e-commerce development has generally left the legal system struggling to keep up and gasping for breath. In much the same way as companies doing e-commerce must invent new business procedures and rules, the legal system is trying to adapt existing laws to fit new settings where it is simply unclear how these laws will apply. The e-commerce legal tool of choice is the contract. If parties can agree how Read More...
BIS
Founded in 1994 and headquartered in Istanbul (Turkey), BIS provides industry-specific business solutions for financial, energy, and professional services

banking law  comprised of five businesses: banking, capital markets, lending, human resources management systems (HRMSs), and infrastructure and non-financial solutions. Read More...
Predictive Demand Supply
If you're in the supply chain business, right up there with Newton's law of gravity stands Murphy's other law stipulating that demand and supply, if left to

banking law  Demand Supply Introduction If you're in the supply chain business, right up there with Newton's law of gravity stands Murphy's other law stipulating that demand and supply, if left to their own tendencies, will always tend to diverge and get you in trouble. In the case of gravity, we have all hopefully learned to predict what it personally means to us (jump out of a tree and down you go!), and so we readily know how to avoid its negative effects (don't jump!). With demand and supply (D/S) Read More...
Case Study: LaSer Cofinoga
Retail and credit banking specialist LaSer Cofinoga wanted to implement personalized dashboards in order to closely monitor its business activities. The company

banking law  Cofinoga Retail and credit banking specialist LaSer Cofinoga wanted to implement personalized dashboards in order to closely monitor its business activities. The company opted to rethink its legacy infrastructure and choose a next-generation tool. Learn how LaSer Cofinoga’s new dashboarding solution helped the company increase productivity and give managers the ability to measure the efficiency of their departments and processes. Read More...
What Are Biometrics?
The field of biometrics has recently become a hotbed of controversy and discussion between privacy groups, law enforcement agencies, and the general public at

banking law  Are Biometrics? The field of biometrics has recently become a hotbed of controversy and discussion between privacy groups, law enforcement agencies, and the general public at large. Recent advances in technology have enabled the stuff of science-fiction movies from Hollywood to become a reality. Learn more about the pros and cons of using biometric technology. Read More...
They do it like that in the Balkans-Select and deploy ERP, I mean (Part II)
The Part I of this blog topic concluded with SAP's supremacy in the upper-end of the regional market. What also helps SAP ERP [evaluate this product] is a

banking law  For that reason, the banking sector still uses domestic solutions like Antegra or Pexim , although there are indications that some banks might need more functional and robust solutions and are thus looking for a better solution fit. Furthermore, SAP’s own consultants (with some honorable exceptions) in the region have not acquired great business acumen, since they are either straight out of school and/or are too programming-oriented. The situation is quite different at most SAP VARs though. Often, to Read More...
U.S. Crypto Laws Relaxed, but Not Enough to Enable Commerce
The revisions the Department of Commerce has announced for U.S. export controls on encryption products will not be enough for U.S. crypto products to gain

banking law  S. Crypto Laws Relaxed, but Not Enough to Enable Commerce Event Summary On January 12th, the Department of Commerce's Bureau of Export Administration announced revisions to its encryption export control policy. The revisions allow U.S. companies to increase the key length in exported enterprise encryption products from 40 bits to 56 and 64 bits. The new regulations allow for retail encryption products up to any key length to be exportable, except to the designated terrorist nations: Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Read More...

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