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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Peninsula Bank Unveils New Modern Website

Posted by Jason Sherrill

Peninsula Bank is nestled in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, a region where you can still have snowball fights in July, but people are unusually warm & friendly. When the awesome folks there asked us if we could help them modernize their website, we were happy to oblige. Makes its Debut

Posted by Jason Sherrill

The Filene Research Institute unveiled its latest cool web app called Mintuition ( Mintuition will help students and parents better evaluate college and career choices by helping to quantify the Return on Tuition a student can expect after completing a degree from various colleges. Filene gets all the credit for the data analysis and fancy algorithms driving the web app, but we’re quite proud of the responsive design and slick code driving the app. 

Removing Meta Data from Documents on Bank Websites

Posted by Jason Sherrill

When you upload documents, such as PDFs or Word files, to your website you may be unwittingly divulging information that could prove useful to hackers and other outside parties. If you’ve had any sort of vulnerability assessment performed on your website, you may see a reference to this metadata existing on your website. While it’s a relatively low risk threat, to stay in the good graces of your risk department, you’ll likely want to remove this data from documents before you publish to your website.

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

Posted by Jason Sherrill

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

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. 
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