FFIEC Compliance is Possible in One-Stop Solution

Varghese, Thomas
October 2006
Bank Technology News;Oct2006, Vol. 19 Issue 10, p46
Trade Publication
The article presents the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) conformity to provide lasting value and flexible security for financial industry customers in the U.S. FFIEC provides security initiatives through a one-time investments which offers a lower cost and efficiency on a long-term investments. The benefits in complying the approaching requirements of FFIEC includes, adjustments arrives quickly without vendor support, and removes dependencies between applications.


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