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Karen Hsu

The Six Most Common Attacks on Crypto Wallets and Why Banks Should Care

Recently, bills were introduced in the U.S. Senate that would give Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) oversight of cryptocurrency, which would treat them as digital commodities. Regardless...

09 Aug 2022
Cryptocurrency Insights
Mike Castiglione

Top Crypto Policy Stories of 2022 (So Far)

Last year crypto got too big to ignore. This year’s downturn, coupled with several company implosions, is spurring a stronger focus on regulation. New regulations were coming even without the fall in ...

09 Aug 2022
Cryptocurrency Insights
Jason Lane-Sellers

The Truth About Digital Trust in Banking

The banking sector was named the most trusted overall by UK consumers in a recent study into digital trust by LexisNexis Risk Solutions. Banks got the highest share of votes (86%) from consumers when ...

01 Aug 2022
Exposing Financial Crime
Kashif Hafeez

Why Unified Observability Matters for High Performance FinServ Networks

Financial Services companies rely on their networks to provide market data to their customers without gaps and facilitate financial trades at high speeds. These networks require extremely low latency ...

25 Jul 2022
Banking Strategy, Digital and Transformation
Tristan Hinsley

The Business Case for Cybersecurity Performance Management in Financial Services

According to the 2022 Verizon Data Breach Investigation Report (DBIR), data breaches caused by ransomware has almost quintupled, rising from 5% to over 25%. Additionally, the cost of data breaches ha...

22 Jul 2022
Greg Woolf

Collaboration: Your Best Line of Defense Against Fraud

When harnessed correctly, collaboration is an extremely powerful tool. It drives innovation, increases chances of success, improves communication...the list goes on. But did you know that collaboratio...

20 Jul 2022
Data sharing
Ameesh Divatia

Breaking Through Tool Silos With A Data Security Platform

In the absence of a national privacy referendum—similar to the EU’s GDPR—states are taking matters into their own hands with individual privacy laws. As of June 2022, five states—California, Colorado,...

14 Jul 2022
Data Management 101
Jim Steven

Don’t wait for a crisis before you commit to response planning

Until you have experienced a consumer crisis in your business, it’s difficult to understand the breadth and depth of impacts on employees, customers and the business. Or the amount of time, resources ...

12 Jul 2022
Data Management and Governance
René Hendrikse

Here’s why (and how) the world should remove the need for passwords

Are you a good password user? If you have different passwords for every account, each a unique configuration of letters, numbers, capitals, and symbols, perhaps you are. No one can access your account...

06 Jul 2022
Information Security
Caris Jackson

During this War on Fraud, Armour Up and Bring Your Shield

As a society we cannot seem to catch a break. We have had the relief of coming out of a global pandemic and various lockdowns. But now we have a cost-of-living crisis, a recession looming, and are fac...

06 Jul 2022
Kevin Eley

Detecting and Responding to Threats Fast: Building a SOC with Limited Resources

Over the last 18 months, the need for greater cybersecurity across the globe has risen due to a significant shift to remote working and more vulnerable security infrastructure as a result of this. Org...

01 Jul 2022
Michel Roig

Biometric payment cards: Benefits, misconceptions, and future adoption

Adoption of biometric payment cards is increasing across the globe, and there are many reasons for this. Let’s start with regulatory compliance and enhanced security. The recently imposed Strong Cust...

29 Jun 2022

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