StrikeForce Increases Clients and Revenues as Financial Institutions Respond to Increased Likelihood of Cyber Attack


Archive for October, 2011

StrikeForce Increases Clients and Revenues as Financial Institutions Respond to Increased Likelihood of Cyber Attack

StrikeForce Will Be Announcing Closing Deals With Financial and Other Enterprises Across the Globe in Coming Weeks

Plan on a less taxing year-end

No one likes to throw money away, especially on taxes.

Goldman Sued Again for Timberwolf? Sale by Basis Capital

Basis Capital Funds Management Ltd., an Australian hedge fund, filed a new lawsuit against Goldman Sachs Group Inc. over the sale of securities known as Timberwolf and Point Pleasant after a similar complaint was dismissed.

Should college financial aid forms be standard?

Federal officials are developing a form they’d like colleges to use to help students understand the cost of their education. If you’re shopping for a car, you compare sticker prices, but it’s not always easy because you must know which features are sta…

Montana AG’s Office issues alert about text-message scams

The Montana Attorney General’s Office and the Division of Banking and Financial Institutions have issued an alert that warns consumers about people or entities engaged in a new scam involving text messages being sent to mobile devices.

State Senate redistricting, E-Verify, San Diego schools and more

The process by which California’s new state Senate district lines were drawn was corrupt.

Consumer sentiment picks up in late October: survey

U.S. consumer sentiment improved in October for the second month in a row as consumers felt more upbeat about the economy’s prospects, a survey released on Friday showed.

Montco plans to sue electronic mortgage registry for $15 million

NORRISTOWN Montgomery County Recorder of Deeds Nancy Becker plans to join a class action lawsuit against an electronic mortgage registry she alleges failed to properly record many home mortgages in the county.

What You Should and Shouldn’t Store in the Cloud

While the potential for cloud computing is rapidly growing,  small business owners need to proceed with caution and be willing to assume responsibility for security blips when they arise. Here’s what experts say you should and should not store in the …

Us Mortgage Applications Bounced Last Week

Applications for U.S. home mortgages rose last week, recouping some of the steep decline a week before as demand for both purchases and refinancing perked up, an industry group said on Wednesday.