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Ping Identity reveals IPO for the New York Stock Exchange

Ping Identity, an IT security and identity authentication platform, has revealed the initial public offering of its common stock on the New York Stock Exchange under the name PING. The company will issue 12.5 million shares at a price expected to be between $14 and $16 per share. Ping Identity anticipates it will grant the…
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16th September 2019 0

Axonius nets $20m to support of cybersecurity asset management platform

Cybersecurity Asset Management company Axonius has netted $20m in its Series B round which was led by new investor OpenView. Existing backers of Axonius including Bessemer Venture Partners, YL Ventures, Vertex, WTI, and Emerge, also contributed funds to the round. The new proceeds bring Axonius’ total equity raised to $37m. The funding comes just months…
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30th August 2019 0

Visa releases new security tools to combat payment fraud

Visa has released a suite of security capabilities which will help prevent and disrupt payment fraud. The new payment security services protect the integrity of the payments ecosystem by detecting and disrupting fraud threats targeting financial institutions and merchants. Its services are available to Visa clients at no extra cost or signup. A study commission…
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23rd August 2019 0

Jumio joins NICE Actimize’s X-Sight Marketplace to assist companies with AML

Digital identity startup Jumio has joined NICE Actimize’s X-Sight Marketplace, an ecosystem designed to assist in financial crime management. The X-sight Marketplace is an extension of NICE Actimize’s X-Sight platform-as-a-service, a single, and unified system helping financial services innovate and implement new tools for financial crime, risk, and compliance management. Through its X-Sight Marketplace, financial…
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22nd August 2019 0

Digital Transformation: Beware the Legal Details

Digital transformation can be a prime opportunity for a company’s growth and development, however, it can also be a prime opportunity for cybercriminals, according to Dan Hanson, SVP of management liability & client experience with Marsh & McLennan Agency. Cybercriminals have found that targeting companies when they are in a state of flux, such as…
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20th August 2019 0

Four Guidelines For Success In Innovation In Digital Transformation

A problem afflicts many companies undertaking transformation: they aren’t ready for innovation. But they need innovation to change their competitive positioning in the market. Today, many companies want their IT organizations to partner with the business to create opportunities for innovation and supportive services that drive transformation. And they look to their procurement chief or…
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19th August 2019 0

The European Commission’s latest move means the UK will face stricter finance regulations after Brexit

Europe’s political top dogs have laid out the EU’s regulations regarding cross-border financial services trade. For Britain, this could mean stricter rules when the country leaves the EU. The European Commission has announced it is taking stock to its rules regarding equivalence in the area of financial services. In short, equivalence means ensuring that the…
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2nd August 2019 0

Few UK firms are cyber insured despite financial losses

More than one-fifth of UK firms have been impacted financially by cyber attacks, yet potentially more than three-quarters of companies polled have never been insured for cyber-related losses  Some 22% of UK businesses have suffered a cyber attack that has cost them financially, according to a survey of more than 1,000 senior decision-makers from UK…
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8th July 2019 0

Technology Overtakes Regulation as Key Driver of Change in Compliance

Compliance and the role of the compliance officer have changed significantly over the past decade as a result of escalating regulation, technology development, an increasing focus on culture and conduct risk, and the ever closer relationship between compliance and the business. Automation has also come to the fore as compliance departments working with rising volumes…
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3rd July 2019 0

Is ‘Brexit effect’ to blame for drop in UK data management investments?

  Research from data backup software supplier Veeam suggests UK C-suite is set to invest much less in data management over the course of the next 12 months than the rest of the world, prompting concerns that Brexit might be to blame  The economic uncertainty surrounding the UK’s exit from the European Union could be…
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21st June 2019 0