Posted by Jason Sherrill on 10/20/2014
I work with many new banks and credit unions every month to help them launch new websites, migrate websites into new hosting environments, and help put DDoS mitigation and other security protections in place. A surprising number of the financial institutions that come to us for help are in a very precarious position with regard to ownership and access to the control mechanisms critical web properties, including their domain registrar account and DNS administration. When time is of the essence, not knowing who holds the keys to these web properties can create significant delays in getting services transferred or restored. If you’re a bank or credit union executive responsible for managing disaster recovery or information security risks, you should set aside some time today to ensure that you know who manages these three important assets.
Posted by Jason Sherrill on 10/15/2014
WordPress is the most popular blogging platform on the web with millions of websites running it globally. WordPress is one of the easiest platforms available for beginners and experts alike to start a blog. It fulfills its core purpose remarkably well! But while we like (and use) WordPress as a blogging platform and as a convenient tool to refer friends & family to when they want to build a personal website, it is not a platform that banks and credit unions should consider for their websites.