A survey of American households - the same one used to determine the national unemployment rate - shows that 37,000 individuals in the United States consider themselves as information security analysts.
Patrick Gorman, a former associate director of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, is the new chief information security officer and senior vice president at Bank of America, the nation's largest bank company.
"It shouldn't matter from where the enterprise security services are deployed. We need to just make sure as a team we are consistently closing the vulnerabilities and risk gaps." - Greg Thompson, Scotia Bank.
Howard Schmidt, a recognized information security thought leader, offers exclusive insights as new president of the Information Security Forum.
Schmidt, a household name in information security circles since his days as CISO and information security leader at Microsoft and eBay, discusses the global war against...
Interviews Shed Light on Topics of Unique Interest to Banking/Security Executives
The annual RSA Conference is a showplace for the who's who of security solutions vendors. The event showroom is lined with scores of the industry's leading vendors - no one individual could hope to see them all.
So, the Information...
If there's one single notion common to financial institutions of all sizes, it is confidence -the need to have shared trust with employees, partners and especially customers. Without this confidence, banking institutions cannot succeed.
And if there's one common theme emerging from the inaugural State of Banking...