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  • 2017 Predictions: Authentication, Identity & Biometrics in a Connected World 2017 Predictions: Authentication, Identity & Biometrics in a Connected World Bianca Lopes, VP of Global Alliances & Strategic Marketing (BioConnect) Recorded: Jan 18 2017 42 mins
    In today's digital age, a person's identity is classified by a username and password. With Gartner research predicting 26b connected devices in the world (6.5 devices per person) by 2020, what impact is that going to have on the identity of global citizens? In this 30 minute webinar, Bianca Lopes will go over the impact that biometrics can have on the connected world focusing in particular on authentication.

    Biometrics & Identity in the Connected World
    -Identity - the history + what that means today (username + password)
    -Connected World - stats on connected devices + problems that creates in the system (fraud, social inclusion/exclusion)
    -What is biometrics - I’ve been told I need to learn about biometrics, what do I actually need to know?
    -Common challenges within this industry - suggestions for how to tackle it
  • What’s Next In Securing Identities? Key Identity & Access Management Trends What’s Next In Securing Identities? Key Identity & Access Management Trends Danna Bethlehem Recorded: Jan 18 2017 43 mins
    Over the past year, we have seen data breaches shift towards identity-based breaches, targeting personal information of either employees or consumers. The access to the information is used to craft and construct highly organized attacks on enterprises and is a growing contributor to identity theft. The problem is compounded by the convergence of personal and work place identities, ultimately creating major security challenges for companies.

    Our 2016 Authentication and Access Management survey found 90% of enterprise IT professionals are concerned that employee reuse of personal credentials for work purposes could compromise security. During the webinar, we’ll be discussing this and other trends in the strong authentication and access management market, including:

    -The status of the two-factor authentication market and what we can expect in the years to come
    -The enterprise risk issues of using social media credentials to access to corporate resources
    -The role the cloud is playing in the enterprise especially as it relates to single sign on and application management and access
    -The ongoing challenges enterprises cite as barriers to mass adoption of a mobile workforce
  • AI in Finance: AI in regulatory compliance, risk management, and auditing AI in Finance: AI in regulatory compliance, risk management, and auditing Natalino Busa, Head of Applied Data Science at Teradata Recorded: Jan 18 2017 49 mins
    AI to Improve Regulatory Compliance, Governance & Auditing. How AI identifies and prevents risks, above and beyond traditional methods. Techniques and analytics that protect customers and firms from cyber-attacks and fraud. Using AI to quickly and efficiently provide evidence for auditing requests.

    Learn:
    Machine learning and cognitive computing for:
    -Regulatory Compliance
    -Process and Financial Audit
    -Data Management

    Recommendations:
    -Data computing systems
    -Tools and skills
  • The Future of Banking Panel: What's next for banking in 2017 and beyond? The Future of Banking Panel: What's next for banking in 2017 and beyond? Marilyn Bochicchio, Hidden Brain; Glen Fosella, Urban FT; John Rampton, Due; Om Kundu, InSpirAVE Recorded: Jan 17 2017 63 mins
    Banking has been changing for years, from checks to ATMs to credit cards and now digital - so what comes next?

    Join industry experts as they discuss the current state of banking in 2017, and what to look for in the rest of the year featuring:
    - Moderator: Marilyn Bochicchio, Founder and CEO of Hidden Brain
    - John Rampton, Financial Services Entrepreneur, Journalist and CEO & Founder of Due.com a digital wallet, payments and invoicing system.
    - Glen Fosella, Acting CEO and EVP Enterprise Growth at Urban FT, a digital banking provider
    - Om Kundu, CEO & Founder, InSpirAVE, a digital platform redefining how users are “saving more, faster” to afford big purchases without debt.
  • Focus on Fintech - Episode 3: Is Fintech here to stay? Focus on Fintech - Episode 3: Is Fintech here to stay? Eric Hazard, MD, Cognito Recorded: Jan 17 2017 9 mins
    The Fintech industry has taken the financial world by storm, but does it have the legs to change it and keep those changes? Eric wants to know if this industry is here to stay, and talks to the people who are talking about Fintech to find out.



    Keywords: fintech, finance, investment, payments, digital, banks, wallets, industry, future
  • 2017: Trends to watch for in Retail Banking 2017: Trends to watch for in Retail Banking Kit Carson, Stephen Walker (Verdict Financial), Peter Gee (niu), Nigel Verdon (Railsbank) Recorded: Jan 17 2017 60 mins
    Join this panel session where experts will discuss the following big trends to hit the retail banking space:

    ·Open banking – Spurred on by regulators, banks will implement plans to open their APIs to third parties, leading some banks to become marketplaces.
    · Data analytics – Banks and fintechs will use wider access to transactional and other personal financial data to provide consumers with high quality insight and advice.
    ·AI – As artificial intelligence becomes more sophisticated, banks will make greater use of this technology, most obviously with chatbot applications.
    · New entrants – More digital-only banks will launch or expand their presence in 2017, but customer acquisition will be a challenge.
    ·Channel use – Branch closure programs will accelerate, while mobile will continue to grow in functionality and popularity, albeit at a slower rate than before.
    ·Regulation – Regulators will pay increasing attention to the fintech sector as its growing size increases its potential to affect the market, for good or for ill.
  • Steering FinTech towards Sustainable Development & Green Economies Steering FinTech towards Sustainable Development & Green Economies Hazel Henderson, D.Sc.Hon., (FRSA) Recorded: Dec 14 2016 31 mins
    In 2015, the United Nations’ 195 member countries adopted their Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and committed to the global transition from the fossil-fueled industrial Era to low-carbon, knowledge-richer, green economies. This requires reforming incumbent finance and democratizing such services to drive this global transition toward accessible green technologies, jobs and infrastructure. While FINTECH companies can power this transition, few have embraced the potential of this next stage of human development. Too many FINTECH startups are being acquired by incumbent banks or coopted to serve narrow interests and conventional profit-maximizing.

    •Many block-chain based patents have been filed by Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, J.P. Morgan, Bank of America, as well as similar initiatives by Barclay’s, UBS, Santander, along with venture capital investors. Over 50 major financial institutions see FINTECH as cutting their internal costs by up to $20 billion annually by 2020.
    •Will FINTECH no longer be disrupting incumbent financial giants – but serving them by merely “paving their legacy cow paths” (i.e., back-office systems, records, transfers, loans, remittances)?
    •Or will FINTECH adopt higher goals and independent values beyond Wall Street’s worst greed and self-interest? Will they join the global transition to more sharing, accessible, cleaner, greener, sustainable economies for our common future?
  • Digital Transformation in Financial Services Digital Transformation in Financial Services Jeff Tijssen, Spiros Margaris, Helene Panzarino, Ghela Boskovich, Bruce Jennings Recorded: Dec 14 2016 61 mins
    Join this panel session where our experts will discuss:

    - How are customers' demands changing, and how should banks respond?
    - How will new regulatory initiatives such as PSD2 and Open Banking change the face of banking?
    - Are banks truly digital, or are they just digitising existing processes?
    - The importance of partnerships and working with startups to unlock innovation
    - Will new emerging technologies such as blockchain and AI truly shake up the banking sector? When will we see widespread adoption?
    - What are the key challenges that are preventing banks from being more innovative, and how to overcome them?
  • Emerging Trends in FinTech: What's next for 2017? Emerging Trends in FinTech: What's next for 2017? Salim Dhanani (Carta), Ina Yulo (BrightTALK), Paul Hampton (Gemalto), Tom Ryan (Anthemis) Recorded: Dec 13 2016 64 mins
    2016 has been an eventful year for FinTech in Europe. We’ve seen the rise of challenger banks, established banks snap-up stakes in rising stars, blockchain become mainstream and a growing demand by consumers, and businesses, for increasingly sophisticated FinTech solutions. Great. So now what do we think is in store for 2017?

    Join this panel to hear:

    -Experts' views on the year that was and what's to come
    -Will Blockchain still be a big thing?
    -Which new technologies can we expect to boom next year?
    -What's the next step in the journey for bank-fintech collaboration?
    -How will new regulations affect incumbents and new players?
    -Is there any innovation left in the payments industry?
  • Transforming cross-border payments with synergy from banks and FinTechs Transforming cross-border payments with synergy from banks and FinTechs Gustė Sadaunykaitė (TransferGo), Alix Murphy (WorldRemit), Céline Winant-Pateron (Mango Pay), Alon Bigler (Credorax) Recorded: Dec 13 2016 60 mins
    Join this session where we will discuss:

    -What does transformation in cross-border payments mean today? In your opinion, has the FinTech bubble bursted already?

    -Why have we stopped talking about the revolution but started to look for the synergy between FinTechs and banks?

    -Why do banks cooperate with FinTech companies?

    -What is the advantage for FinTechs working with banks?

    -Does this cooperation comes from necessity or a genuine willingness to improve the services for the consumers?

    -Who is “selling” themselves to whom? FinTechs to banks or banks to FinTechs? Is it really a synergy?

    -What is next for cross-border payments?

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