Why I Hope Tiger Wins

Being a Minnesotan, I spent Monday afternoon over at Hazeltine National as PGA Championship week kicked off. While it was only a practice round on Monday, everyone was asking of there were any Tiger sightings. Tiger was there bright and …

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Date Posted: August 12, 2009 Author: Category:   IDI Blog,

Can we make the RFP R.I.P.?

I was recently reading “Exceptional Selling” by Jeff Thull. The subtitle is “How the Best Connect and Win in High Stakes Sales”. Thull offers a bevy of great advice about how the old way of selling is out the door …

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Date Posted: July 30, 2009 Author: Category:   IDI Blog,

What Sucks with Social Networking

I am doing my best to get my GenX brain around this whole social networking thing. I also have to explain that I am a borderline GenX’er and was extremely close to being a ‘Boomer. That being said, I have …

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Date Posted: July 1, 2009 Author: Category:   IDI Blog,

Medical ID Theft: The Next Wave

With all the attention over the past few years on Identity Theft in general, there is a new trend that is continuing to gain momentum. While identity theft in general has leveled off a bit, the category of Medical Identity …

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Date Posted: June 15, 2009 Author: Category:   IDI Blog,

Supreme Court Makes Decision on Identity Theft

A unanimous Supreme Court said in May that illegal workers who use falsified IDs can’t be considered identity thieves without proof that they knew they were stealing real people’s Social Security and other numbers! How ridiculous is this? The court, …

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Date Posted: June 11, 2009 Author: Category:   IDI Blog,

Examinations In Process

We are finally beginning to get some good information regarding how banks and credit unions are doing coming out of their initial FACT Act Red Flag audits. The great news is that our clients are being given a passing grade …

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Date Posted: June 2, 2009 Author: Category:   IDI Blog,

Subscription Pricing?

For years, the largest banks have deployed fraud tool after fraud tool. In doing so, the typical end result is a combination of many tools that overlap in form and function. This makes it difficult for institutions to bring in …

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Date Posted: May 14, 2009 Author: Category:   IDI Blog,

What’s in an Address Change?

We’ve been spending the past few years understanding everything there is to know about the ‘risk’ of an address change for financial services companies. We know that this is the leading indicator of account takeover and a major reason for …

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Date Posted: April 20, 2009 Author: Category:   IDI Blog,

Too Busy To Save Money

This economic crisis becomes more of a circus each and every day. It wasn’t too many days ago that Wells Fargo, Chase, and US Bank were being lauded for avoiding the crash that had hit others such as Countrywide, WAMU, …

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Date Posted: March 10, 2009 Author: Category:   IDI Blog,

Here We Go Again

Now we have the Heartland Breach burning up the airwaves. Unless you were stuck in a cabin in the remote wilderness for the past few days, you heard about the most recent data breach of Heartland Payment Systems that resulted …

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Date Posted: January 26, 2009 Author: Category:   IDI Blog,
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