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Elizabeth LumleyRainmaking Innovation - London

Do you EBADay? Well, do you?

30 April 2010  |  3926 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Now that May is almost upon us, we here at Finextra HQ are busy putting the final touches on EBADay, the only European payments conference you should attend. (and that's not just because this year, we are descending on the beautiful Luxembourg.) The preliminary agenda looking at Unlocking the full potential of Sepa, has been formulated and is avail...

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Robert SicilianoIDTheftSecurity.com - Boston

9 Year Old Kid Hacks Schools Computers

30 April 2010  |  4156 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Hacking has gone from “phreaking”- hacking phone systems to “cracking”-breaking into networks for fun and fame and over the past 5 years criminal hackers from all over the world are targeting huge databases full of credit card numbers. But hacking is also becoming part of popular culture. The “scriptkiddie” from back in the day is the 9 year old t...

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Robert Siciliano
Robert SicilianoIDTheftSecurity.com - Boston

Google Hack Whacks Passwords

30 April 2010  |  3696 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Code named Gaia after “Greek Goddess of Earth” a Google single sign on password system was hacked in December. The NY Times reports “the intruders do not appear to have stolen passwords of Gmail user...

TagsSecurityRisk & regulation
Steve Grob
Steve GrobFidessa - London


29 April 2010  |  3805 views  |  1 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

NASDAQ OMX confirmed this week that it will close NEURO, its London based MTF, at the end of next month. Given that it was backed by the mighty NASDAQ OMX why did it fail and is this the end of the M...

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Brett King
Brett KingMoven - New York

Brett King: HSBC, BofA, ANZ struggle with Social Media

29 April 2010  |  5987 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

The 2.0 phenomenon is going strong. Despite Facebook's unbridled success, Twitter's storm to the popular vernacular and FourSquare's recent fanfare, some traditional marketers, bankers and observers s...

TagsPaymentsRetail banking
Peter Roberts
Peter RobertsUCL - London

Hacking your bank with the help of social networks...

29 April 2010  |  4826 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Just read an interesting blog post from a security researcher performing a stealth penetration test on a bank, at the request of the bank incidentally. What was interesting to me was the amount of tec...

Elizabeth Lumley
Elizabeth LumleyRainmaking Innovation - London

Through wind, through snow, through volcanic ash...

29 April 2010  |  4876 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Despite Iceland's attempts to derail Western Europe's economy yet again, this year's TradeTech event was surprisingly well attended. Word is about 75% of the delegates made it to the show-with some sp...

TagsTrade executionWholesale bankingGroupSocial Banks
Bo Harald
Bo HaraldZEF and Real Time Economy Program - Helsinki region

No commercial constellation will create this SM milestone

28 April 2010  |  4695 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

No commercial constellation will create this Single Market milestone.. Migration to E-invoicing is the the by far most topical step for improving enterprise productivity – especially in face of rapidl...

TagsPaymentsGroupInnovation in Financial Services
Bo Harald
Bo HaraldZEF and Real Time Economy Program - Helsinki region

Now we have two legs - where is the body?

28 April 2010  |  4460 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Leg number 1 is the VAT directive for equal treatment and other unification. No demands can be put on electronic invoices by tax authorities that is not put on paper invoices. Leg number 2 is the ISO ...

TagsPaymentsGroupInnovation in Financial Services
Bo Harald
Bo HaraldZEF and Real Time Economy Program - Helsinki region

Far more important than SEPA

28 April 2010  |  5146 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

E-invoicing is by all measures far more important than SEPA (a claim I have been making since the first SEPA-discussions). Far more important for: - productivity in EU enterprises - cost savings in th...

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