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BYOD policies can add another layer of protection to your systems, enhance data security, and protect your own employees’ devices and information. Please be sure to remind employees that if they are using their personally-owned systems or devices for business purposes, they may be subject to the same controls that apply to your organization’s owned devices.
There has been an increase in fraudulent schemes related to the current pandemic. Tack on underlying stress, and the ideal environment has been created for fraudsters, who are taking full advantage of potential vulnerabilities brought on by the rapid deployment of a remote workforce, including employees who may be less vigilant. Review the following with your employees to help prevent fraud
Hackers are using the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic as an opportunity to steal or ransom data by luring users into clicking on malicious links in emails or social media posts about the virus, or in communications appearing to be from the “home office” while employees are working from home. With the surge in remote work increasing the cyber risk to organizations, as strictly online communication makes it easier for cyber criminals to initiate social engineering schemes, here are some tips to help protect your organization:
We review key points of the FFIEC's "Interagency Statement on Pandemic Planning," which provides guidance on business continuity management plans and identifies specific actions that a financial institution should take to mitigate the effects of a pandemic.
During tax season, you and your bank are more likely to see fraudulent tax refund checks. Be alert for checks that have been altered, counterfeited or stolen. Share these tips with your staff.