RSA releases government compliance product

RSA releases government compliance product

RSA Security Inc. on Monday announced a smart-card management product aimed at helping U.S. government agencies comply with an upcoming...

November 21st, 2005 Grant Gross

Giving ATMs the finger – NCR exec shows how

Giving ATMs the finger – NCR exec shows how

In Chile and Colombia, biometrics is giving ATM banking the finger. At that's a phenomenon we may witness in Canada...

October 4th, 2005 Joaquim P. Menezes

HP releases its 64-bit-ready business PC

HP releases its 64-bit-ready business PC

If you've been waiting to purchase a business PC prepared for tomorrow's 64-bit world, the Dx5150 Business Desktop -- HP's...

July 21st, 2005 Richard Jantz

VP, IT operations, Inventure Solutions Inc.

VP, IT operations, Inventure Solutions Inc.

“The increasing complexity of the products and channel interaction with customers means financial institutions have to be more vigilant than...

May 15th, 2005 Susan Maclean

co-author, Protecting Your Money, Privacy & Identity

co-author, Protecting Your Money, Privacy & Identity

Machines reflect their makers’ foibles, and vice-versa. The QWERTY keyboard was deliberately designed in 1874 to slow typing speed so...

April 28th, 2005 Rosie Lombardi

HSBC warns 180,000 over retailer’s security breach

HSBC warns 180,000 over retailer’s security breach

HSBC Bank PLC has sent letters to more than 180,000 of its credit card customers, warning that their card information...

April 13th, 2005 Scarlet Pruitt

prime minister, U.K.

prime minister, U.K.

The U.K. Parliament's House of Commons easily passed a bill on Thursday to establish a system of potentially compulsory biometric...

February 10th, 2005 Laura Rohde

Burger King gets a whopper of a network

Burger King gets a whopper of a network

If your next Whopper and fries order at the local Burger King restaurant seems to go through a lot faster...

October 19th, 2004 Michael Martin

Token migration reveals an industry in a state of flux

Token migration reveals an industry in a state of flux

IT staff at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto eventually found a preferred fix for the building’s secure log-on issues —...

July 22nd, 2004 Michael MacMillan