CYBERSECURITY: A Never-Ending Battle

THE WAYS IN WHICH EVILDOERS, COMMONLY CALLED HACKERS, CAN ASSAULT YOUR COMPUTER SYSTEM ARE MYRIAD AND IMAGINATIVE. SOMETIMES THEY ACT TO STEAL FINANCIAL DATA OR CUSTOMER INFORMATION, AND SOMETIMES JUST TO DESTROY OR VANDALIZE. EVENTS LIKE OTHER COUNTRIES ATTEMPTING TO INTERFERE WITH ELECTIONS HERE IN THE U.S. OR A TEENAGER RAISING HAVOC WITH TWITTER ARE read more




Thoughtful Tools for CORPORATE BANKING

REMOTE DEPOSIT CAPTURE, ONLINE BANKING, AUTOMATED CLEARING HOUSE (ACH) TRANSACTIONS, ENHANCED FRAUD PROTECTION SYSTEMS, AND STREAMLINED COMMUNICATIONBETWEEN BANKERS AND THEIR CUSTOMERS ARE SOME OF THE WAYS FINTECH (COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY APPLIED TO THE ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT OF FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS) IS EXPANDING AND SUPPORTING CORPORATE BANKING. TO DISCOVER WHAT IS HAPPENING LOCALLY, STRICTLY BUSINESS INTERVIEWED REPRESENTATIVES OF read more



Keeping Community Initiatives ALIVE

The local not-for-profit JCEO has a straightforward mission: to alleviate poverty through practical, timely and innovative services that emphasize and develop problem solving skills in people. Officially known as the Joint Council for Economic Opportunity of Clinton and Franklin Counties, Inc., the organization’s roots date back to 1964 and President Lyndon Johnson’s War on Poverty. read more



Enhancing

‘BOUNCING BACK’ IS WHAT WE’RE HEARING ABOUT THE ECONOMY, OUR HEALTH, OUR COMMUNITIES. TRUE – THAT’S OUR HOPE, BUT WITHIN EACH OF US IS THE CAPACITY TO DO SO MENTALLY. Your RESILIENCE During this imposed physical distancing with a majority of our workforce working remotely or, perhaps, not at all, there are times when we read more