Coffee & Change: A New Podcast

Coffee & Change: A New Podcast

Bill Kirst, our West Coast Organizational Change Management Lead in Seattle, has kicked off a new podcast series on the topic of change management. In the inaugural episode, “Tackling Change in 2017”, Bill interviews his colleague Shawna Saffle, a Manager in our Operations Excellence Practice on how we manage change in life, in work and in the world.…

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Backing Up To the Cloud From the Cloud

Backing Up To the Cloud From the Cloud

In our last post, “Managing Administrative Access to an Azure-based Cardholder Data Environment,” we outlined ways to secure administrative workflows by using various Azure technologies. We’ll resume with part eight of the Azure Secure Cloud Migration blog series, covering considerations for backing up VMs in Azure and all the associated restrictions and caveats.…

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Navigating the MarTech Jungle in the Credit Card Space

Navigating the MarTech Jungle in the Credit Card Space

This is the second post in a series of blogs looking at how credit card issuers have the opportunity to transform marketing to become truly personalized. In the first blog, we discussed the need for personalized marketing and the constraints that up until now made achieving it difficult. In this second blog, we explore the Marketing Technology (MarTech) landscape and provide guidance on the...

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As the Banking World Turns: How Salesforce Supports Delivering Better Customer Experiences for Midsize Banks

As the Banking World Turns: How Salesforce Supports Delivering Better Customer Experiences for Midsize Banks

Most mid-sized commercial banks typically offer much more than just traditional loan and deposit products – they’re a one stop shop for all your financial needs. More and more banks have increased their focus on ancillary lines of business such as wealth/investment management, insurance, credit cards, and other non-traditional products. These services often provide steady and diversified...

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Unlocking the Blockchain’s Potential

Unlocking the Blockchain’s Potential

Raw talent needs coaching Few teams in the National Basketball Association can say they’re better positioned for the future than the Minnesota Timberwolves. Despite losing 65% of their games this past season, the T-Wolves have a young roster oozing with talent, though lacking in experience. Headlining the squad are Andrew Wiggins, the 21 year-old, hyper-athletic wing, and Karl-Anthony Towns...

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Encrypt All The Things – PCI DSS and Cryptography

Encrypt All The Things – PCI DSS and Cryptography

In a recent post, we discussed what the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is and some common issues we see in how organizations interpret or implement specific required controls. See “Common Misconceptions around the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)” for more information. In this post, we’ll discuss issues we often see around encryption.…

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There’s a Plan for That | Cybersecurity Incident Response & the PCI DSS

There’s a Plan for That | Cybersecurity Incident Response & the PCI DSS

In a recent post, we discussed the challenges associated with attesting to the Payment Card Industry’s Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliance, including frequent oversights we encounter while conducting security due diligences and gap analyses for our clients. See “Common Misconceptions around the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS)” from our recent series of blogs on...

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Securing Cloud Networks

Securing Cloud Networks

Continuing our blog series on Azure Secure Cloud Migration, we will discuss Azure’s take on network control and how scalability and manageability play a role in designing a secure and functional environment. See our previous post on Talking to the Cloud for insights on architecting an Azure network. Network Access Control Network Security Groups (NSGs) are a native Azure feature to apply...

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How to Talk to the Cloud

How to Talk to the Cloud

Picking up from last week’s post on Preparing to Migrating to a Secure Cloud, the first part of our Azure Secure Cloud Migration blog series, we’ll jump right in to how and why the client’s Azure network was architected. Connectivity and traffic flow between Azure, on-premises locations, and even business partners are things to consider immediately, as they impact the overall structure of the...

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