Richey May Partners with Amata Solutions

Richey May Partners with Amata Solutions

RICHEY MAY ACQUIRES AN INTEREST IN AND PARTNERS WITH AMATA SOLUTIONS Investment in technology and analytics provider will enhance Richey May’s new technology practice and expand business intelligence services to mortgage clients   Denver, Colorado – October 11, 2018...
Cloud Security Trends: Are you Prepared for a Rainy Day?

Cloud Security Trends: Are you Prepared for a Rainy Day?

One of the more pronounced trends in technology is a rapid move to the cloud. However, even though companies shift their infrastructure to the cloud, they remain responsible for developing adequate cybersecurity policies and procedures. Are your cloud environments properly configured and secured?

States Step Up to Fill the Privacy Void

The theme in cybersecurity for 2018 has clearly been personal privacy. Laws and regulations have been enacted to protect consumers, particularly in the financial services industry, including the New York Department of Financial Services’ (NYDFS) cybersecurity...

Knowledge-Based Authentication

The vast majority of secure transactions that take place online or elsewhere require a password or some other known secret, such as a high school mascot, favorite color, or pet. These security tokens are “known secrets” that both the user and the authenticator must...

Physical Security Still Matters: Watch Out for Rogue USB Devices

Evolving tactics used by cybercriminals, often highlighted in the news related to large-scale attacks, bring attention to the importance of protecting the companies we work for and ourselves personally. But over time, we tend to forget about other, more low-tech,...

Webinar: 2018 Trends in Cybersecurity and Technology

In March 2018, we hosted a webinar to discuss the cybersecurity and technology trends for 2018, including what mortgage banking companies need to know to keep their financial and consumer data safe. Topics included: The current cybersecurity landscape, new compliance...

Cybersecurity and the Evolving Demands for CISOs

The demand for Chief Information Security Officers (CISO) to lead cybersecurity programs has resulted in both high vacancy rates and salaries for this position, and companies often struggle to hire and retain qualified individuals. But with the pressure of compliance and potential cyber threats, how do financial services companies reduce their risk exposure while also controlling costs? Our latest white paper addresses this concern for mortgage lenders, helping you better understand the cybersecurity landscape and the critical role a qualified CISO plays in your comprehensive cybersecurity strategy.

First Deadline Approaching for NYDFS Cybersecurity Rule

On March 1, 2017 the New York Department of Financial Services (NYDFS) adopted a comprehensive set of cybersecurity requirements for Financial Services companies licensed to do business in the state of New York. The goal was to create a set of minimum standards...