Posted 10/31/14 at 8:21 AM | Sylvie Simms
Are you ready to go on a trip to a foreign country? Planning a vacation or business trip abroad can be fun, especially when deciding the activities and places you’ll add to your itinerary. Although you have all these fun activities lined up, how do you plan on paying for them? Any time you travel to a foreign country, it’s important to have the local currency on hand.
The following infographic gives you more inside information on how you can get the most bang for your buck when exchanging foreign currencies.
Posted 10/31/14 at 6:19 AM | Sylvie Simms
http://autotransportcarcaddy.com/how-dealership-car-transporting-works/ - Are you looking to have your vehicle transported to your local dealership for pickup? See our infographic for information on different types of transport services and recommendations from our experts.
Posted 10/30/14 at 4:08 AM | Sylvie Simms
Posted 10/28/14 at 9:29 AM | Phil Cooke
At some point in our careers we need to decide how serious we are about the pursuit. As the old saying goes: “The thinking that got you into this mess isn’t the thinking you need to get out.” All of us start as beginners or amateurs – and there’s no shame in that. But at some point, some decide that the pursuit is worth the self discipline it takes to reach the next level, while others decide to stay where they are. I could use a million examples – maybe you’re restarting or changing careers, perhaps you’re a divorced or single mom. You took time off for school or to raise a family. I met a man recently who had spent years caring for his terminally ill wife, and now needed to get back into the workplace.
Whatever it is, there’s a point where a “soccer mom,” a man changing careers, or someone else in transition decides to become a professional leader. Here’s a handful of decisions he or she needs to consider in order to arrive at that destination: FULL POST
Posted 10/28/14 at 2:52 AM | Sylvie Simms
We all understand the importance of identity verification and fraud prevention when it comes to mitigating risk, acquiring new customers and meeting compliance standards. Because of this, IDology recently launched ExpectID Score which enables organizations to further enhance their customer authentication process by creating their own risk profiles and scoring models.
What is identity risk scoring? Identity risk scores are an easy way for businesses to assess the risk of a particular transaction. By examining a transaction as high, medium or low risk, organizations can simplify the approval processes and enhance their business rules regarding fraud.
When might you need identity risk scoring?
• If you want to comply with regulatory guidelines that recommend scoring
• If you have high risk customer segments
• If you perform international transactions
• If you have ID’s that pass but have suspicious attributes
Through our ExpectID Score solution, you will gain the ability to “DYI” your own identity risk score utilizing our adaptive scoring functionality which allows you to create scoring models that fit your business rules and adapt to evolving fraud tactics. Identity attributes and fraud indicators can be assigned values based on risk to your business and then these values can be placed into risk thresholds that you, in turn, score.
There are many additional benefits to identity risk scoring. Check out our new infographic called “DYI Identity Risk Scoring” for more information.
Posted 10/27/14 at 11:43 AM | John Dillard
Posted 10/24/14 at 12:10 AM | Sylvie Simms
For most, planning a successful outdoor event might seem like a daunting task. If you’re considering taking on such a mission, keep a few things in mind to make it a success. Refer to the infographic from National Event Service’s helpful infographic for more information.
Posted 10/21/14 at 12:06 AM | Sylvie Simms
This infographic highlights common web application DDoS attack vulnerabilities and shows key strategies for a multi-layered web security approach.
Posted 10/16/14 at 8:16 AM | Karen Farris
One way or another we all have skin in the game on Wall Street.
Banks, small and large businesses, private and public retirement accounts—they’re using stocks for the gains, but when the losses come, we all suffer.
Read the financial news and it looks like it’s time to circle the wagons around your 401K. We’re in for a refresher course on how to ride the wave of a stock market crash. While no one knows when the huge sell-off could happen, more experts are preparing their exit strategy.
Red flags are flying and here are some of the technical signs:
We’re seeing rallies and self-offs with more regularity. But with the Russell 2000 already in a 10% correction, the S & P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average shouldn’t be too far behind. FULL POST
Posted 10/16/14 at 3:02 AM | Sylvie Simms
Buying a car can be a fun experience, but it can also get frustrating quickly. When you buy a car under good circumstances, you need to spend a little bit of time searching for the right car for your needs. This includes doing a little research before heading to the car lot, and test driving the vehicles you’re interested in. After this, you can then select the car you want, sign the papers, and drive away. Unfortunately, for car buyers with bad credit, you need to do a lot more than to just sign on the line. When buying a car when you have bad credit, you need to know what your credit situation is. Print off your credit report from a reputable source and start doing your homework. You might need to do a little bit of shopping around in order to find a lending institute that’s willing to finance you at an affordable rate. Once you’ve found the right lending institute for your vehicle purchase, you can finalize the deal and drive away happy.