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Sumitomo Mitsui ensures Patriot Act data compliance with Sybase

09 July 2002  |  3717 views  |  0 Sumitomo Mitsui ensures Patriot Act data compliance with Sybase

Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation has selected Sybase's Patriotcompliance solution to ensure data management, integration and reporting compliance with the USA Patriot Act of 2001.

The solution offers a secure front-end using Sybase Enterprise Portal with pre-built capabilities to manage, present and report suspicious transactions and maintain/update SDN, Ofac, FBI lists and their respective filters.

The bank will have access to and presentation of mainframe and distributed application information via a broad range of adapters (FIX, Swift, Flat Files), and APIs through Sybase and New Era of Networks components.

The solution also provides tools for business process management and activity monitoring through Sybase Business Process Integrator (BPI) Suite.

Peter McCormick, chief information officer of Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation. "With the Sybase Patriotcompliance solution, we have a robust architectural solution that allows us to confidently address this new business challenge while integrating and extending our existing information systems investments."

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