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ABA Insurance Services Rolls out Enhanced D&O Liability Coverage 

ABA-endorsed Insurance Program offers new policy features

ABA Insurance Services has developed a Directors & Officers Liability (D&O) policy to protect financial institutions and their directors, officers and employees to keep pace with today’s litigious environment.

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ABMI announces 27th consecutive distribution to participating banks 

$82.7 million has been declared in total distributions since 1991.
American Bankers Mutual Insurance, Ltd. (ABMI), the reinsurer of the ABA-endorsed insurance program, has declared a $1.5 million distribution to current member banks of the American Bankers Association (ABA) that have D&O, Financial Institution

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Prevent the ransomware epidemic from infecting your organization 

by Heather Wyson-Constantine, Vice President of Payments and Cybersecurity, American Bankers Association

By now, you’ve mostly likely heard the news: ransomware is here and it’s a problem. The impact can be devastating. Imagine not being able to access your email, customer information or vital records for days or even weeks. Victims not only face monetary losses associated with the ransom and loss of business during the downtime, but also the additional forensics costs, the loss of employee productivity and, most importantly, customer trust.

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ABMI announces 26th consecutive distribution to participating banks 

$81.2 million has been declared in total distributions since 1991.

American Bankers Mutual Insurance, Ltd., the reinsurer of the ABA-endorsed insurance program, has declared a $1.1 million distribution to current member banks of the American Bankers Association (ABA) that have D&O, Financial Institution Bond and related insurance from ABA Insurance Services.

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FBI issues bulletins on Dyre and Carbanak malware 

The FBI released several updates and bulletins to the banking industry regarding two different malware: Dyre and Carbanak/Anunak. The Dyre malware is being used with social engineering in order to get around two-factor authentication typically required by banks for large wire transfers.

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