Tag: FDIC OIG Report

Is Your Third-Party Vendor Contract Specific Enough When It Comes to Cybersecurity?

If you’re assuming your third-party service provider is following cybersecurity best practices because it’s smart business, think again. Vendors are…

Examining the Examiner: What the OIG Has to Say About the FDIC

Your regulator may seem like an all-powerful force, but everyone answers to somebody. In the case of the FDIC it’s…

3 Reasons Why Cybersecurity Ratings Are a Waste of Money

Investigating a vendor’s cybersecurity can be a time-consuming hassle. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could pay someone else to…

Guarding Against Cyber Events: How Strong Are Your Vendor’s Protections?

The FDIC Office of Inspector General’s (OIG) deep dive into the state of vendor management has revealed widespread deficiencies including…

Warning Ahead: Many Vendor Contracts Are Missing Essential Internal Controls

The FDIC Office of Inspector General’s (OIG) deep dive into the state of vendor management has revealed widespread deficiencies including…

Is Your Contract Protecting Your Institution?

The FDIC Office of Inspector General’s (OIG) deep dive into the state of vendor management has revealed widespread deficiencies including…

Weak Vendor Management Trickles Down to Contracts

Third-party vendor management is all about managing risk. It’s an issue that regulators have been pressing for years, yet it…

Is Your Vendor Prepared for Disaster?

The only thing worse than having a critical system go down is having a critical system go down and having…