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Planning, security and loan origination take the spotlight in this month's new product offerings.*

SECURITY MANAGEMENT

Intellitactics

The latest release of Intellitactics Security Manager simplifies the implementation and admi nistration of security information and event management. It offers advanced control monitoring and reporting, an improved workflow to detect insider threats and resolve security incidents, and an advanced reporting system to accelerate the creation of reports for d e cision support and compliance audits.

More information is available at www.intellitactics.com.

PLANNING AID

Fiserv Inc.

Planning takes on many forms at a community bank. Fiserv Inc.'s IPS-Sendero business unit now offers Vantage, a fully integrated system for asset/liability management, budgeting, performance measurement and financial reporting designed for commu nity banks. Able to carry out interest rate risk analysis, yield curve simulations and automatic rate shock projections, it facilitates the creation, execution and evaluation of business plans, budgets and custom reports.

Learn more at www.ips-sendero.com.

FRAUD DETECTION

Covelight Systems

Covelight Systems FraudProbe 2.0 is an online monitoring product that feeds actionable, real-time data to fraud management systems without requiring any integration with the online application. Fraud Probe works in tandem with other fraud detection programs to provide data to assist with online fraud management, enterprise fraud management, adaptive or risk-based authentication and audit trails.

Find out more at www.covelight.com.

MORTGAGE FRAUD

Ciercus Systems

Ciercus Systems debuted an Internet-based software system to address mortgage closing fraud earlier this fall. The system combines mortgage closing data collection and warehousing with closing agent registration and real-time access to executed closing documents. …

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