Month: June 2019

Explore the RegTech Revolution

How Regulated Industries Can Put Their Compliance On Autopilot

Corporate compliance is a hot topic these days. From the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)’s the big introduction in the EU last year to the daily headlines about data breaches, we’re constantly reminded of the impact and costs of noncompliance. For example, in 2017, Nissan Co. lost its ISO 9001 certificates on quality management for domestic…
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28th June 2019 0

Top 5 ways GDPR has impacted digital banking

In its first year of operations, GDPR has created a more challenging regulatory landscape. However, it also presents new opportunities for the digital banking sector Having reached the one-year anniversary of the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), we can now begin to assess how the past 12 months have marked a transition…
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27th June 2019 0

TypingDNA partners with XTN Security to help banks comply with PSD2

TypingDNA has partnered with cybersecurity startup XTN Security to help banks better defend themselves from fraud threats. As part of the deal, TypingDNA’s typing biometrics will integrate with XTN’s behavioural fraud prevention software to passively recognise users based on their typing patterns. With increased threats of cybercrime and regulations such as PSD2 and its strong…
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26th June 2019 0

Identity custodians needed in digital era

Digital identity systems will fail if they do not take humans into account, warns identity innovator, suggesting that a ‘digital guardian’ could help overcome most of these challenges Most people would like to have a single, verified and validated digital identity that can be used to access all services, according to John Erik Setsaas, vice-president…
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25th June 2019 0

How to Spring Clean Your Digital Clutter to Protect Yourself

You’re using strong and unique passwords. You’re on the lookout for phishing emails. And you’ve set up two-factor authentication on every account that offers it. Basically, you’re acing Personal Cybersecurity 101. But with new threats popping up all the time, you may be looking for other steps you can take to protect yourself. Here’s an…
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24th June 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

Creating Explainable AI With Rules

There’s a fascinating dichotomy in artificial intelligence between statistics and rules, machine learning and expert systems. Newcomers to artificial intelligence (AI) regard machine learning as innately superior to brittle rules-based systems, while the history of this field reveals both rules and probabilistic learning are integral components of AI.This fact is perhaps nowhere truer than in establishing…
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20th June 2019 0

Tip of the ice-berg for tech regulation: automated facial recognition technology

The judgment of the High Court is awaited in relation to a judicial review claim brought by Ed Bridges against the Chief Constable of South Wales, alleging that the police force’s use of automated facial recognition technology (‘AFR’) breached his human rights and data protection legislation. The case represents a microcosm of the debate on…
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19th June 2019 0

Coinbase launches its cryptocurrency debit card in six more countries in Europe

Digital currency exchange Coinbase announced Wednesday its Visa debit card is to launch in six more European countries after debuting in the U.K. in April. The card allows users with Coinbase accounts to spend cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, ethereum and litecoin in stores and online at any merchant that accepts Visa. Coinbase U.K. CEO Zeeshan Feroz…
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18th June 2019 0

FCA outlines new rules for the buy now, pay later market

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has released new rules for the buy now, pay later (BNPL) market, to better protect consumers. With these new rules, the FCA hopes it can save consumers around £40m – £60m a year. These changes will include the banning firms from charging backdated interest on money that has been…
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17th June 2019 0