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Smart Home Threats: Securing Your IoT Devices Against Cybercrime and Oversharing

Protect Your Smart Home The Internet of Things (IoT) encompasses the billions of devices that are connected to the web all over the world. Smart home devices, like virtual assistants, make our lives more convenient but can also present serious security risks and personal intrusion. With over 7 billion connected IoT devices in use worldwide…
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8th March 2019 0

CubeLogic acquires Energy and Commodity Surveillance provider FERDEC

Transaction surveillance capabilities to be fully integrated within the RiskCubed risk management suite of solutions Thursday 7th March 2019 – London and Berlin. CubeLogic, the leader in business intelligence (BI) enabled risk management solutions, announces the completion of a significant acquisition of Berlin based FERDEC. FERDEC provide market leading transaction surveillance solutions for Energy and…
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7th March 2019 0

Risk, finance and regulatory reporting: adopting an integrated approach

Certain features are essential for handling the soaring amounts and types of data demanded by regulators, but others depend on each firm’s particular circumstances. That’s according to Jeroen Van Doorsselaere, VP, global risk and finance, for Wolters Kluwer’s finance, risk and reporting business. The financial services industry has gotten used to the idea that regulators…
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6th March 2019 0

Data breaches reported by UK financial services increases by 480%

The amount of data breaches reported by UK financial services to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) increased by 480 per cent last year, a study from RPC claims. Figures increased to 145 in 2018 up from 25 in 2017, of which, the retail banking space seeing the largest percentage growth in breaches. In 2017, there…
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5th March 2019 0

Visa and Mastercard could raise interchange fees

According to a report from the WSJ, Visa and Mastercard are considering raising interchange fees on card transactions in the U.S. Visa and Mastercard generate most of their revenue from these small processing fees, and it could have implications for merchants and fintech startups. When you pay with a credit or debit card, merchants pay…
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4th March 2019 0

SoftBank, TBCASoft work together to create blockchain-based identification services

SoftBank and TBCASoft have launched a blockchain-based identification and authentication working group under the Carrier Blockchain Study Group (CBSG). TBCASoft has created a new foundation application framework called CrossCarrier Identification System (CCIS), which supports the establishment of identification and authentication services. This working group will collaborate with the global consortium of telecom blockchain companies of…
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1st March 2019 0

Data as an asset

Defining and implementing a data strategy It’s easy to be overwhelmed by the challenge of turning data from an afterthought into a core facet of business operations. But CDOs can take comfort in knowing that change doesn’t happen overnight. How do you get your organization to value data? Accurate data is the fuel that propels…
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28th February 2019 0

New ECB guidelines extend active monitoring to intraday liquidity – but are banks ready?

November 2018 saw the publication of the ECB’s final guides on banks’ internal capital and liquidity management. The non-legally binding guidelines, which came into effect on 1 January 2019, focus on financial institutions’ internal capital and liquidity adequacy assessment processes (ICAAPS and ILAAPS). The new guidelines make clear the ECB’s desire for banks to strengthen…
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27th February 2019 0

Don’t just check that box. What if regulatory compliance actually enhanced business innovation and performance

“For companies, regulatory compliance does not mean just checking a box to keep the dogs at bay. It can mean achieving performance benchmarks that move the company forward,” says Ronald Lear, the CMMI Institute’s Director of IP Development. Organisations of all sizes are coming to grips with an increasingly troubling paradox. On one side, regulators…
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26th February 2019 0

Transforming the Service Desk: Adding AI to the Team

As the workplace becomes increasingly digital, enterprise IT departments are adding a new member to the team: AI technology. Digital transformation has greatly enhanced enterprise productivity. Cloud solutions have replaced outdated, on-premises systems and bulky, physical assets are disappearing from desks. But the increasing number of digital users also produces mass amounts of service requests.…
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25th February 2019 0