Receivables finance to prioritise invoice fraud threat
Payments

Receivables finance to prioritise invoice fraud threat

4m |

Receivables finance to prioritise invoice fraud th...

By Kevin Day, CEO, HPD LendScape Read More...

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European banking trends for 2021: Top 4 in store for the industry
Banking

European banking trends for 2021: Top 4 in store for the industry

6m | Auriga

European banking trends for 2021: Top 4 in store f...

To say that 2020 has been eventful would be an understatement. No one could have predicted how these past 12 months would pan out and how big an impac...

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Effectively combating fraud while staying user-friendly
Insurance

Effectively combating fraud while staying user-friendly

9m | By Comarch Experts, PR & Communication

Effectively combating fraud while staying user-fri...

As an industry, financial services is seeing unprecedented threats from cyber and technology risks. As institutions work tirelessly to stay ahead of c...

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FMIs face more cyber threats than ever but remain robust to attacks
Trading & brokering

FMIs face more cyber threats than ever but remain robust to attacks

10m | By Leanna Reeves, Journalist

FMIs face more cyber threats than ever but remain ...

Despite growing risks of cyberattacks and the need to switch to remote working, Financial Market Institutions (FMIs) adapted well to the crisis, accor...

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Payments sector warns of continued cyber threats
Insurance

Payments sector warns of continued cyber threats

10m | By Emma Olsson, Reporter

Payments sector warns of continued cyber threats

The payments industry must be wary of vulnerable tech builds as cyber threats are predicted increase, according to a director of incident management a...

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How financial services firms can secure their WFH networks
Trading & brokering

How financial services firms can secure their WFH networks

12m |

How financial services firms can secure their WFH ...

As the coronavirus continues to haunt the human race, many companies worldwide have stretched out their work from home (WFH) arrangements—some o...

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Options Technology COO: We’re a bridge between the public and private clouds
Banking

Options Technology COO: We’re a bridge between the public and private clouds

1y | By Leanna Reeves, Journalist

Options Technology COO: We’re a bridge between the...

As the pandemic caused an unprecedented market disruption, hedge fund liquidation surged in the first months of the crisis. Stevie Morrow, chief opera...

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Process reviews required to prevent financial crime
Asset management

Process reviews required to prevent financial crime

1y | SAS

Process reviews required to prevent financial crim...

Combatting financial crime has long been an arduous process. Conducting face to face investigations on the ground far and wide and rifling through mas...

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Criminals of cyberspace: live by the sword, die by the sword
Banking

Criminals of cyberspace: live by the sword, die by the sword

1y | By Comarch Experts, PR & Communication

Criminals of cyberspace: live by the sword, die by...

Confinement measures have led businesses and individuals to turn to online systems – and developed a whole new green field for criminal activities. As...

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Security requirements push customers away from banks
Banking

Security requirements push customers away from banks

1y | By Tom Lemmon, Reporter

Security requirements push customers away from ban...

Regulations and requirements aimed at making retail banks more secure are driving customers away, according to Aarti Samani, SVP of product and market...

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Government bureaucracy could be blown away by biometric security solutions
Insurance

Government bureaucracy could be blown away by biometric security solutions

1y | By Tom Lemmon, Reporter

Government bureaucracy could be blown away by biom...

Biometric authentication solutions could open a gateway for governments to drive efficiency and reduce bureaucracy, says Aarti Samani, SVP of product ...

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Remote ID verification sees pandemic boom
Banking

Remote ID verification sees pandemic boom

1y | By Emma Olsson, Reporter

Remote ID verification sees pandemic boom

Digital identity verification could become the norm in financial services as social distancing halts in-person identification, according to Andersen C...

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Security and convenience: a perfect relationship?
Insurance

Security and convenience: a perfect relationship?

1y | By Comarch Experts, PR & Communication

Security and convenience: a perfect relationship?

In 2016, the global fraud detection market was valued by Allied Marked Research at $13.6bn. Fast forward to today: according to Fortune Business Insig...

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Cutting through the noise with data
Treasury

Cutting through the noise with data

1y | By Richard Scioli, Head of Growth

Cutting through the noise with data

Synthetic fraud? Biometrics? An abundance of jargon and buzzwords emerge when you begin to research identity validation and data in concert with the c...

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Cyber security "starts with the board"
Insurance

Cyber security "starts with the board"

1y |

Cyber security "starts with the board"

Just as we rang in the 2020s, foreign exchange company Travelex found itself battling a well-coordinated ransomware and meticulously planned cyber- at...

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How to hack a bank
Banking

How to hack a bank

2y | By Rebekah Tunstead, Reporter

How to hack a bank

Although the threat of cyberattacks is rising, banks are being pushed to go back to the basics of cybersecurity, according to a penetration specialist...

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Four themes to get right in 2020: Libor, SFTR, cyber security and market equivalence
Banking

Four themes to get right in 2020: Libor, SFTR, cyber security and market equivalence

2y | By David Woolcock, Member of the BIS Market Participants Group

Four themes to get right in 2020: Libor, SFTR, cyb...

As is traditional this time of year, our good intentions of new year resolutions fade to what we might expect to be dominant themes in 2020, and it ha...

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HPE’s Armstrong-Barnes: Fraud detection and prevention becoming “significantly more problematic”
Banking

HPE’s Armstrong-Barnes: Fraud detection and prevention becoming “significantly more problematic”

2y | By Michael McCaw, Editor

HPE’s Armstrong-Barnes: Fraud detection and preven...

Banks and financial institutions are having to cope with increasingly more onerous fraud threats, according to Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s chie...

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