Technology Guidance for Bank and Credit Union Professionals

A collection of advice by InetSolution about programming, security, design and marketing for bank and credit union professionals.

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Delivered Secure v4.0 Brings New Drop Off Feature and Security Enhancements

Posted by Jason Sherrill on 2/4/2013

Delivered Secure, our secure messaging and document delivery web app, is getting a handy new feature and some security enhancements. The new Drop Off feature will be especially useful for loan officers in banks and credit unions. 

Complex Passwords Harder to Crack, but It May Not Matter

Posted by Jason Sherrill on 6/15/2012

If your organization provides any computer security training at all then it should be no news to you that long, complex passwords are more difficult to crack than the more simple passwords that most users choose today; however, nearly all people I’ve talked who work in banks don’t realize how fast their passwords can be cracked by today’s modern computers. Many people will be surprised at this chart. 

Unusual E-mail Marketing Move That Caught My Attention

Posted by Jason Sherrill on 5/5/2012

Email marketers are used to a majority of recipients ignore their email campaigns. After ignoring dozens or more, Stonyfield finally did something yesterday that got me to open one of their campaigns, and I loved it!

Why a simple typeo may be leaking your business's private data

Posted by on 9/9/2011

Have you ever mistyped an email address? Ever had someone misspell yours? Email address typos occur all the time, and these misspellings can actually be a very large security concern for your business.

Are you choosing a good password?

Posted by on 8/10/2011

Passwords, ugh, don't you hate them? Passwords are a shared annoyance and inconvenience for all of us these days. Passwords are our main line of defense to verify we are who we say we are and to protect our identity and data. Since passwords are such a critical component to our daily technology lives we've been forced to make them less "guessable" more cryptic and thus harder to remember. The most common technique for making your password has been to take a word, it is called a pass-WORD after all, and add some capitals, a number and then maybe some funky symbol like #, % or !. This is great, but surprisingly enough, this isn't really as secure as it could be AND it's silly hard to remember. Today the witty folks at xkcd, an online daily comic for techie nerds such as ourselves, posted a great little comic covering this topic.
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