An article co-written by John Harris, chief technology officer at SIGNiX, and Lisa Mihelcich, chief operating office of zipLogix, which recently appeared on RISMedia, discussed the importance of multi-factor authentication in the real estate industry. In the article, they said:
The popularity of mobile payments is on the rise. Currently gathering strength to become one of the hottest trends in business and commerce, analysts expect a staggering $700 billion in mobile transactions just in 2017 alone. Accepting mobile payments is a great way to grow your business and tap into this burgeoning trend, but as mobile payments become more ubiquitous, so too does data theft and fraud. To protect your business and its customers from the rising threat of cybercrime, take some time to review your security procedures and implement the following critical tips.
Most software platforms for presenting and signing electronic records (a “platform”) capture and preserve information concerning the delivery and signing process for each record presented on the platform. The file preserving this information is often referred to as an “audit log.”
CUInsight, which covers news in the credit union industry, recently announced SIGNiX’s new product updates for 2017. The updates, which include new document deletion and retention options, advanced branding capabilities and tamper proofing, are designed to enhance user experience and security. All the updates were included in the release that CUInsight published. SIGNiX CEO Jay Jumper was quoted:
Pem Guerry, executive vice president of SIGNiX, recently wrote an article for Small Biz Daily about ways to reduce paper usage and transition to a digital workflow. In the article, he said:
Financial services firms handle a high volume of high-value transactions, many of which contain sensitive information, including social security numbers, account numbers, personal information and more. That’s why it’s distressing that, despite its myriad regulations, the banking and financial services industry falls victim to more fraud cases each year than any other industry, according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Firms and chief security officers must look for surer methods to safeguard their data and the clients they serve.
The growth of artificial intelligence (AI) technology opens doors to unlimited possibilities in all sorts of industries. From self-driving cars to chatbots, AI is changing how companies innovate, customers interact and the world is run. One area that is poised to grow significantly from AI is healthcare, for which AI technology creates a number of possibilities. Here are just a few of the areas where AI can impact the future of the healthcare industry.
John Harris, chief technology officer at SIGNiX, recently wrote an article for Small Biz Daily about steps small businesses can take to protect consumer data. In the article, he said:
Companies are trying to meet the growing demand for paperless offices these days, and many tax firms are trying to finalize their digital processes before tax season is in full swing. The good news is that it doesn’t take a national firm, myriad platforms or a big capital expense to go digital.
Cyber threat actors continue to proliferate, constantly evolving or creating new attacks, vectors and techniques that make defense seem a nearly impossible task. Our cyber welfare is further complicated by the Internet of Things (IoT), which has made virtually every device a network entry point.