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Jason Mace

2016: The year of Fraud

When historians look back on 2016 I suspect it will be viewed as something of a watershed year. It will be remembered for the year of Brexit, the year of Trump, and for growing numbers of business own...

15 Dec 2016
Retired Member

External vs Internal Threats - Which is the Greater Risk?

Organisations today face more complex software risk than ever before. With an increasing number of breach and ransomware stories making front page news, the need for robust corporate defence has neve...

14 Dec 2016
Retired Member

Identity verification in an era of data breaches

Cyberattacks and breaches have grown in frequency, and losses are on the rise. In 2015 the number of U.S. data breaches continued to break records with 781 reported where the number of records exposed...

08 Dec 2016
Innovation in Financial Services
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5 Steps to Prepare for the New 'Beneficial Ownership’ KYC Rules

Additional stringent know your customer (KYC) regulation comes into effect in the US in spring 2018. The new rules concern ‘beneficial ownership’ – institutions will have to discover ‘ownership’ – def...

06 Dec 2016
Retired Member

Superior services in wealth management begin with security

Premium banking has always been about seamless service and pre-eminent asset performance. But now there’s a new factor in the premium equation: the challenge of assuring client trust in a digital age....

28 Nov 2016
Retired Member

Smartphones, Strong Authentication and Cardholder Expectation

Brave New World Would you believe, we still rely on fifteen-year-old technology for today's internet payment security? So much has changed in that time, the exciting news is we’re about to make a big...

22 Nov 2016
Ajay Vij

Securing future banks

Last week, even as the shadow of Wikileaks loomed large over the third US presidential debate, another event of epic proportions happened in the cyber-world. Large scale DDoS (Distributed Denial of Se...

11 Nov 2016
Retired Member

Always on, always prepared: the cyber security questions FS organisations need to ask

Financial institutions continue to grapple with the ever increasing complexities of cyber security. As online services across all channels grow, so does the security risk. The underlying questions are...

11 Nov 2016
Miloslav Hoschek

Are Sleeping Beauties in CE Europe Ready for PSD2 and GDPR Count Down?

The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new banking charter protecting personal data and will have a legal impact all entities trading with European citizens from May 2018. Banking Adva...

08 Nov 2016
Payments strategies 2015-2020-2030
Robert Siciliano

The Switch to the Chip Card - One Year Later

The October anniversary of the liability shift has passed, and anniversaries are an excellent time to look back on progress…this is no exception. The U.S. EMV migration plan was set four years ago as...

02 Nov 2016
Retired Member

5 innovations to make AML more effective

How do we improve Anti-Money Laundering investigations? We all know money laundering, terrorist financing and the impressive growth of the narco-economy continues to pose a serious threat to the int

21 Oct 2016
Richard Broadbent

Ensuring the security of self-service

Last year more than 18,700 attacks were reported on Europe’s ATMs - that’s nearly 1 in 20 ATMs impacted by security breaches and that doesn’t include those that go unreported. As the demand for cash r...

20 Oct 2016