Yennik, Inc.
R. Kinney Williams
Yennik, Inc.

Web Site Auditing

For information about the different web site auditing options, pricing, company due diligence, etc., please complete the web site audit information form.

Let us audit your web site to help you comply with the federal regulations affecting a financial institution's web site.  Our audit follows the FFIEC Internet guidelines, which includes auditing and continuous monitoring, as well as the Americans with Disabilities Act.

We conduct hundreds of web site audits annually.  Our web site audit clients range in size from $12 million in assets to over $4 billion.  Internet access allows us to perform the initial audit and monitoring from our corporate offices.  Our years of examining experience gives us the understanding of federal regulations necessary to properly conduct your web site audit.  This understanding and experience will provide you with a professional and constructive audit.

Is your web site compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act?  For the past 20 years, our web site audits have included the guidelines of the ADA.  Help reduce any liability, please contact me for more information at

Financial Web Site Audits

If your credit union is on the Internet, the e-Commerce Guide for Credit Unions and the FFIEC states that your credit union web site is required to comply with consumer compliance, advertising, notifications, Americans with Disabilities Act and other federal regulations.  We have identified 17 federal regulations and over 130 issues that relate to a institution web site.  The implications of emerging electronic financial services, which includes your institution's web site, could cause unwanted criticism from examiners as well as potential liability to your institution, officers, and directors from civil money penalties and law suites.

FYI - The NCUA does not have a requirement that financial institutions change third-party vendors on a periodic basis. Any such decision would be up to the credit union's management.  Refer to


How the institution benefits

How the web site audit works

The FFIEC 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.  The continual monitoring will authorize your home page to display our Financial Web Site Audits seal.

Read a newspaper article about a $4 billion bank that received some negative press because of an error regarding their Internet activities.   This is one good reason to have an independent review of your Internet activities.

Going back to 2011, the Department of Justice reaches Americans with Disabilities Act Settlement with Wells Fargo in part on its website services.

For information about the different web site auditing options, pricing, company due diligence, etc., please complete the web site audit information form.  Or, please email Kinney Williams at or call Office 806-798-7119.

Member of the Society of Financial Examiners, Association of Credit Union Internal Auditors
and Information Systems Audit and Control Association.

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