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Shaun Hurst

GDPR and rogue whistleblowers - who is the data processor?

Several organisations have considered the effect of GDPR in the context of whistleblowing and the steps required to investigate claims, but what are the implications when a whistleblower doesn’t follo...

04 Apr 2018
Victor Martin

Augmented Analytics: The Future of Business Intelligence

The ever-increasing amount of data makes data analytics and an important constituent of business development. To beat the competition in business, you need to stay abreast with the changes in business...

29 Mar 2018
Business Knowledge for IT
Mohammad Zraiqat

Real-Time Forensics: Effective Strategies to Combat Payments Fraud

The wave of payments fraud that continues to sweep the globe shows no signs of receding, leaving the financial services community anxiously in search of reliable ways to stay one step ahead. Just as p...

28 Mar 2018
Transaction Fraud Systems and Analysis
Michael Corcione

Non-EU firms and GDPR - Time to face up to compliance

The deadline for meeting the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is on its way. But many non-EU investment management firms may not realize the extent to which they will be affected by this exte...

22 Mar 2018
Retired Member

Best Ways To Respond To Cyber Attacks On Your Business

Cybercriminals spend their time looking for new ways in which they can bypass security measures. In fact, over half of the people in the Cybercriminals world today believe they've already experienced

22 Mar 2018
Information Security
Sadra Boutorabi

Why Biometric Identification is the Future for Online Payment Authorisation

Thanks to the increase in mobile technology and online shopping in recent years, the need for simple and secure online payment methods has become an important issue. With our newfound freedom of bei...

22 Mar 2018
Payments strategies 2015-2020-2030
Vangelis Tsianaxis

Cyber security: an opportunity rather than a threat in the cloud

A few days ago, the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) updated its guidance to public companies for disclosure of cybersecurity risks and incidents. The SEC’s interpretation essentially create...

21 Mar 2018
Boris Huard

Getting ready for GDPR: 10 boxes your business needs to tick

25th May 2018 – write it down, pin it above your desk or put it in your diary. The date for EU GDPR regulation entering enforceable UK law is rapidly approaching, and many Marketing, Governance, Data ...

19 Mar 2018
Data Management 101
Robert Siciliano

Use a Password Manager Or You WILL Get Hacked

Do you ever use the same password over and over again for different accounts? If so, you are not alone. However, this is quite dangerous. It’s best to use a different, unique password for each account...

19 Mar 2018
Reghunathan Sukumara Pillai

Personal data everywhere ?

Early morning, I received a call in my cell phone from a consumer finance company explaining to me about some consumer finance/EMI offers. After a few hours, I received a call from one call entre of a...

15 Mar 2018
Data Protection Act Issues
Robert McClure

Navigating the GDPR maze

On 25 May 2018 most processing of personal data by organisations will have to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This legislation replaces the Data Protection Act and will have...

14 Mar 2018
Data Protection Act Issues
Robert Siciliano

14 Social Media Disasters Ready to Strike

There are many ways that you or a small business could get caught up in a social media disaster. Can you think of any off the top of your head? If you are like most of us, probably not. Here are 14 wa...

03 Mar 2018