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More than 40 million U.S. consumers will be using mobile banking by the end of 2012. To remain competitive, you need to offer mobile services to satisfy current customer needs and also to attract new customers to your institution. Clearly, it’s time to join the mobile banking game and, if you already have some form of mobile banking, it’s time to increase your mobile banking offerings.
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Sheshunoff’s Guide to Mobile Banking: Risks, Controls, Compliance explains the technology, offers different solution options, and provides step-by-step guidance on how to get a mobile banking system up and running at your financial institution and how to secure already-implemented programs.
Guide to Mobile Banking: Risks, Controls, Compliance provides an easy-to-understand description of all aspects of mobile banking that focuses on:
Guide to Mobile Banking: Risks, Controls, Compliance is organized in the following chapters:
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Guide to Mobile Banking: Risks, Controls, Compliance also includes critical information on vendors to help you make the best decisions for your institution. You’ll also receive Time-Saving Tools to ensure your mobile banking program complies with all regulatory requirements as well as implements appropriate security and controls in your mobile banking system.
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Geoffrey Wold is formerly a Partner and the Managing Director of LBL Technology Partners, a Division of Lurie Besikof Lapidus & Company, LLP. Mr. Wold performs and directs business continuity and security planning consulting projects for organizations throughout the country. His experience includes risk assessments, business impact analysis, recovery strategies, written plans/procedures, training, and testing. He has been involved in the development of hundreds of business continuity plans. Mr. Wold has written and published several articles addressing a wide range of business continuity and security topics. He also has written eight books on disaster recovery planning and one on computer crime prevention techniques and has been a frequent speaker at industry seminars. See all works by Mr. Wold