Web Site Audits
Bank Web Site Audits
(Information about the web site audit)
audit information request form
CU Web Site Audits
This week's newsletters:
The Email Banking News
Complementary "Internet Banking News"
Banks on the Internet
The examiners require
banks, savings and loans,
and credit unions that have a web
site to comply with consumer compliance,
advertising, notifications, weblinking, American Disability Act, and other federal
Seven reasons to use our web site auditing
We are the nation's leading provider of bank web site auditing services for banks, savings and loans, and credit unions. We have performed web site audits for more than ten years. Our family of clients are located in 43 states and range in size from $25 million to over $13 billion in assets. Mr. Williams' 40 years of experience includes 21 years as a bank examiner. This experience brings you the examiner's perspective regarding Internet banking issues.
Lean more about web site audits at Bank Web Site Audits or View an animation outlining the steps of a Web Site Audit.
The regulatory Internet guidelines require in part
"a monitoring system implemented to review continually the content and operation of
the online programs to prevent inadvertent or unauthorized changes that may affect
compliance with the regulations." After performing the Initial Web Site Audit,
we will monitor your site either semi-annually, quarterly, or monthly to ensure continual
compliance with FFIEC guidelines, which authorizes you to display our
audit seal on your home page.
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