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Old 01-20-2011, 09:40 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Default Re: Best Security Practices for a Bank Holding Company

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Originally Posted by knottyrope View Post
Just how sensative is it?

also might want to make sure they cant forward an email to another account as well.

maybe even disbale BBM or at least set a peer to peer encryption key so only BES users to BES users can BBM.
Everything is regulated by the Federal Reserve. So it is mostly just making sure there are no incidents so we don't get fined.

I don't think it is necessary to disable forwarding as we can forward in Outlook. It seems to be more about making sure non-employees can't get any information from the device. Not stopping people from communicating with others in the company.

Although there are some groups that must keep all data in case there are legal issues. They aren't even allowed to use BBM.
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