Tag Archives: cybersecurity

OCC Discloses Data Breach

A former OCC employee downloaded at least 10,000 encrypted files onto two thumb drives, took them off the premises and has not returned them to the agency, the OCC said today in a notification to Congress of a “major information security incident” as required by federal law.

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ABA Offers Identity Protection Tips

In recognition of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, ABA offered tips consumers can use to prevent identity theft, which is estimated to have affected 17.6 million Americans in 2014.

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Treasury’s Raskin Calls for ‘Dynamic’ Authentication

Noting that cybersecurity challenges continue to grow, Deputy Treasury Secretary Sarah Bloom Raskin today called for “better solutions” to customer bank account access that “tak[e] into account user behavior,” such as a combination of biometrics, user behavior profiles and multi-factor authentication.

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