A Five-Step Process to Help You Prepare for an E-Banking Examination

September 2012
Bank Security Report;Sep2012, Vol. 41 Issue 9, p6
The article presents a five-step examination preparation program for financial institution's electronic-banking. This five-step process can be used as the starting point for developing or updating security readiness plan. Some of the steps include checking data connections and transmission to identify security risks, evaluating exposures to security breaches, and making sure system changes do not adversely impact security measures.


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