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  • Open Banking in Australia - An Open Forum
    Open Banking in Australia - An Open Forum Seshika Fernando, Head of Financial Solutions, WSO2 and James Bligh - Lead, API Standards Working Group, Consumers, Data61 Recorded: Aug 23 2018 47 mins
    Project deadlines that span a year or two aren’t usually nerve-racking. But, when it means making a significant change to your business strategy, internal systems and technology infrastructure, it can become a head scratcher. This is probably where the banks in Australia stand. Banks are figuring their way around it and there’s a lot to learn. Regardless, no one wants to fall victim and everyone wants to conquer open banking


    This session covers:


    - A Reality Check - Where banks stand in their open banking journeys

    - The Problem Children - What challenges they are facing

    - The Gold Stars - Critical success factors for a killer open banking strategy

    - A Whole New World - The potential of an open data world
  • Accelerate Open Banking with APIs, Strong Authentication and Risk-Based Security
    Accelerate Open Banking with APIs, Strong Authentication and Risk-Based Security From CA Technologies: Sanjay Tailor, Mehdi Medjaoui, Robert Lindberg, David Chui Recorded: Jul 19 2018 61 mins
    Whether driven by PSD2 compliance, market demand for mobile apps, or fintech competition, open banking is becoming a top priority for financial businesses. Through exclusive research and customer successes, we determined that building a modern application architecture with APIs, microservices and strong authentication is a key success factor in this space. In fact, our latest report shows that fully digital banks enjoy an estimated 25% cost-to-income ratio, versus 60% for traditional institutions.

    For this webcast, we assembled a panel that includes Mehdi Medjaoui, author of Banking APIs: State of the Market, along with experts in API and security capabilities, to introduce the elements of modern application architecture that all digital banking business leaders should know about – API management, microservices, strong authentication and risk-based security. You’ll learn about:

    * The current state of open banking, and what your peers are doing

    * How to invest in modern application architecture to improve your open banking projects

    * How to align better with IT to accelerate your time-to-market

    All registrants will also benefit from a complimentary copy of our Banking APIs: State of the Market report.
  • Why an Operational Data Layer is Critical for Open Banking
    Why an Operational Data Layer is Critical for Open Banking Richard Henderson Recorded: Jun 28 2018 52 mins
    Innovative banking applications and comprehensive, instant insight into customer interactions are critical to competing in today’s disruptive competitive landscape. Not only do customer expectations continue to grow, but payment infrastructure evolution and compliance requirements mean access to highly contextual, real-time data is no longer a nice to have - it’s a must have.
    Don’t miss this chance to hear from Richard Henderson at DataStax around how an operational data layer can meet the distributed, real-time, always available demands of the enterprise. Join live to hear real case examples of customers using DataStax Enterprise, the data management platform trusted by 9 out of the top 15 global banks.
  • Why IAM Built on Open-Standards is the Key to Open Banking
    Why IAM Built on Open-Standards is the Key to Open Banking Rob Otto, EMEA Field CTO, Ping Identity; Barry O'Donohoe, Senior Partner, RaiDiAM Recorded: Jun 13 2018 60 mins
    Security, Compliance and User Experience - Why Identity Access Management Built on Open-Standards is the Key to Open Banking

    Learn how identity & access management (IAM) solutions, built on open standards, can help meet the technical requirements of PSD2 and Open Banking, including secure XS2A (access to accounts), Strong Customer Authentication (SCA), Dynamic Linking, and Consent Management, all while providing a seamless user experience and distinct competitive advantage.
  • LIVE DEMO - Securing your Open Banking API implementation
    LIVE DEMO - Securing your Open Banking API implementation Isabelle Mauny, CTO & Co-Founder, 42Crunch Recorded: Jun 7 2018 62 mins
    .During this practical webinar, you will learn:
        
    1. Why TLS and OAuth2 are not enough to secure your APIs
    API Security has a much wider spectrum and even if you are using OAuth today, you may not use it in a way that is adapted to the risk taken when exposing Open banking APIs. What about API attacks protection ? PKCE ? Message confidentiality and integrity ? 

    2. Why API security must be declared and not coded
    Developers should not have to master security standards such as OAuth and OpenID Connect and try to implement them properly into their APIs. Instead, they should rely on proven, reliable policies approved by the bank’s security team and simply apply those policies on top of their APIs.

    3. How declarative security helps with consistency and automation
    42Crunch's innovative tagging mechanisms can be used by developers to express security constraints on top of their Open API definitions (aka Swagger). Those tags are translated automatically, either via the UI or in the CI/CD pipeline into policies which are applied on APIs requests/responses, making it possible to apply security as early as possible in the API lifecycle and find security vulnerabilities early.

    4. How to enforce security in a scalable way using micro-firewalls
    We will show how to deploy the 42Crunch API Firewall at run-time whether on premises, in the Cloud or in a hybrid environment and how to monitor the system through real-time security dashboards.
  • Open Banking: Prioritise Privacy and Build Trust
    Open Banking: Prioritise Privacy and Build Trust Nick Caley Head of Financial Services & Regulatory ForgeRock Recorded: May 10 2018 52 mins
    Regulations like Open Banking, PSD2, and GDPR are an opportunity to reconsider your relationship with your customers. With breaches, data leaks, and the careless use of personal data constantly in the headlines, the need for trust is at an all time high. You need to prioritize privacy and make it a competitive differentiator in order to enable personalized products and services.

    In this webcast, Nick Caley, VP of Financial Services and Regulatory at ForgeRock will cover:

    * Current consumer attitudes and preferences around privacy and consent

    * The critical role of identity in building a trusted relationship with your customers

    * How the ForgeRock Identity Platform can help with consent management and strong authentication

    * Modern solutions including the Profile and Privacy Management Dashboard and User-Managed Access standard
  • 5 things you need to know to prepare for (& successfully deploy) digital advice
    5 things you need to know to prepare for (& successfully deploy) digital advice Panel Webinar - Please see description for the panellist names. Recorded: May 8 2018 34 mins
    • Identifying your target market and accompanying strategy, customer proposition and distribution models
    • Getting your business model right
    • Choosing the right technology strategy
    • Ensuring you have the right workforce on-board
    • The role of compliance when deploying digital advice

    Panel speakers:

    Rickard Lindell, Head of Digital Advice, Nordea
    Dean Butler, Head of Innovation, Prudential
    Maria Lagutina, Head of Product Innovation & Propositions, CYBG
    Simon Crowe, Sales Director, EMEA, Glassbox
  • Strategies for Monetising Open Banking
    Strategies for Monetising Open Banking Roger Vincent, Head of Partner Innovation, Equifax; Nick Cabrera, Director, Finance Edge Recorded: May 2 2018 38 mins
    Roger Vincent, Head of Innovation with Equifax will share his insights on making the most of Open Banking and his lessons learned along the way.

    In this webinar Roger will talk about:

    * How increased use of open APIs is likely to shape the financial services market, why challenger banks are making headway, the big banks are building partnerships and the impact of APIs among payment service providers.
    * Activities banks need prioritise in the wake of Open Banking; starting with compliance & legal issue and why they need to assess time/resources carefully before trying to deploy solutions.
    * Which strategies are likely to thrive in the new environment and how regulatory compliance can quickly be turned into competitive advantage to commercialise Open Banking.
    * Overcoming security and privacy concerns associated with data sharing and the implementation of GDPR.
    * Strategies to encourage customer engagement by using Open Banking applications to enrich user experience to create long term value over short term revenue.
  • Digitising Customer Onboarding
    Digitising Customer Onboarding Abe Smith, Founder & CEO, Dealflo Recorded: Feb 27 2018 44 mins
    Digitising Customer Onboarding: How to improve the customer experience without compromising on compliance and risk

    Today’s consumers, accustomed to receiving smart and convenient digital services from companies such as Uber, Apple and Amazon, and are beginning to demand personalised, interactive and immediate services from their banks.

    A recent report revealed 42% of UK consumers have adopted FinTech services (EY 2017 FinTech Adoption Survey), so it’s no surprise banks want to adapt to the fast-moving digital marketplace where new and disruptive competitors are already circling. What’s stopping them though, is risk.

    Creating an environment that drives the productivity, speed and compliance essential to sell financial services via digital channels is paramount to survival.

    This webinar will explore how banks can digitise the customer onboarding process without compromising on risk, satisfying customers, regulators and shareholders alike.
  • Digitized identity verification - the future of ID & KYC
    Digitized identity verification - the future of ID & KYC Sarah Clark,Mitek Systems, Mike Montemarano, JP Morgan & Supriyo Guha, GENPACT Recorded: Nov 14 2017 49 mins
    Financial institutions from all over the world are facing increasingly strict regulations regarding the verification and authentication of their customers’ identity. Furthermore, with the increasing amount of data breaches, status-quo identity verification processes have not only been compromised but have also made complying with current regulations harder. This ever-changing environment has forced a tipping point for organizations to regard the adoption of new technologies for identity verification as a must-have rather than a nice-to-have.

    In the end, financial institutions must satisfy consumers’ demands for speed and ease of use to prevent them from going to the competition. To gain a competitive edge, remain compliant, and offer a frictionless and user experience, it is imperative for FIs to invest in technologies that bridge the compliance-convenience gap.

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