Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer
Stephan Thomasee utilizes his technical background, proven business acumen and operational leadership capabilities to create value for internal and external customers. He utilizes IT to drive business growth by advancing security, enhancing performance, ensuring availability and refining functional capabilities across the enterprise.
posted by Stephan Thomasee on Wednesday, December 11, 2019
During the holiday season, there's a chance employees may do some online shopping at the office. Train employees to be alert and watch for scams that can compromise security.
posted by Stephan Thomasee on Wednesday, October 23, 2019
The FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center 2018 Report listed losses of $1.2 billion due to business email compromise — also known as CEO impersonation. Follow these tips to help prevent fraud at your institution.
posted by Stephan Thomasee on Wednesday, October 16, 2019
When fighting fraudsters, focus your efforts on people, not places. Cybercriminals target people to click, reply or engage to carry out an attack. A first step in keeping your institution secure is to implement a standard for strong passwords.
posted by Stephan Thomasee on Wednesday, August 28, 2019
Email is a fast and easy way to distribute information, both to legitimate recipients and fraudulent ones. The next time you log on, take these steps to protect you and your business from fraud.
posted by Stephan Thomasee on Wednesday, July 3, 2019
We're into the lazy days of summer and it's easy to forget best practices when traveling and shopping online. Here are some tips to protect yourself from fraud.
posted by Stephan Thomasee on Tuesday, December 18, 2018
The holiday shopping season has arrived. Follow these tips to protect your data while shopping, both in your favorite stores and online.
posted by Stephan Thomasee on Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Spread the word about National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Raising awareness is a critical first step.
posted by Stephan Thomasee on Thursday, June 28, 2018
In May, an FBI report suggested that owners reboot their routers to fend off malware. A recent situation update calls for additional steps, including installing new software.