Bank Security Desk Reference
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Nothing remains stagnant in the banking world. New rules and regulations relative to physical security, cyber threats, the Bank Secrecy Act, and money-laundering are constantly changing. It is incumbent on Bank Compliance Officers, Security Directors, and Auditors to stay abreast of these legal revisions and design new policies and procedures for all staff to ensure compliance, avoid penalties, and prevent losses.
Bank Security Desk Reference is a comprehensive, easy-to-use resource guide for financial institutions of all sizes, and will help those charged with the security function to stay abreast of emerging crime trends that target banks, credit unions, and savings banks. The BSDR identifies today's new risks and provides an array of practical, viable solutions to mitigate those risks at the least cost.
With over 900 pages of authoritative security-related guidance, the BDSR offers twenty-two chapters contained in four sections: laws and regulations, risks both traditional and electronic, best practices to mitigate the risks, and investigative techniques and requirements for reporting suspicious and criminal activities.
Focusing on the topics that matter:
Federal Laws Impacting Bank Security
Criminal Laws and Prosecution Policies
Investigation of White-Collar Crime
Physical Security for the Institution
Data Security and Internet Banking
Preventing Loan Fraud
Controlling Money Laundering
Security Department Structure and Function
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Table of contents
Part I - FEDERAL LAWS IMPACTING BANK SECURITY
Chapter 1 Bank Protection Act
Chapter 2 Bank Secrecy Act
Chapter 3 The Securities Acts Amendments of 1975
Chapter 4 The USA PATRIOT Act
Chapter 5 Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act
Part II - FINANCIAL INSTITUTION SECURITY RISKS
Chapter 6 Internet Risks
Chapter 7 Traditional Risks
Part III - MITIGATING THE SECURITY RISKS
Chapter 8 Security Department: Structure and Function
Chapter 9 Physical Security for the Institution
Chapter 10 Information Security
Chapter 11 IT Security for Financial Institutions
Chapter 12 Data Security and Internet Banking
Chapter 13 Controlling Money Laundering
Chapter 14 Preventing Loan Fraud
Chapter 15 Automated Teller Machine Security
Chapter 16 Safe Deposit Security
Chapter 17 Check Fraud Prevention
Chapter 18 Security for the Human Resources Department
Chapter 19 Contingency Planning for Financial Institutions
Chapter 20 Security Training for Bank Employees
Part IV - CRIMINAL ACTIVITY INVESTIGATIONS
Chapter 21 Criminal Laws and Prosecution Policies
Chapter 22 Investigation and Reporting of White-Collar Crime