Join this new, vibrant community to learn and connect with top thought leaders, startups and banks who are disrupting the financial services industry. Keep up with the latest news and trends in Fintech and take part in lively debates on topical issues and challenges.
In a changing world where 50% of home loans and 38% of auto loans are provided by a non-FI, how do you compete? The answer lies in how you collect, analyze and act on data. James will walk you through how to lay the foundation for an AI-driven approach to big data.
What You’ll Learn:
- Why data-driven financial institutions get better results
- How to build a foundation for a data-first approach
- How and when to use AI and Machine Learning in your financial institution
About the presenter:
James Dotter, Chief Financial Officer at MX, brings more than 16 years of management experience and financial expertise with industry-leading, billion-dollar technology companies. Previous to joining the MX team, Dotter managed finance and operations at InsideSales.com, one of the fastest growing tech companies in the US. He led InsideSales.com through five years of more than 100 percent revenue growth, directed talent acquisition of more than 100 employees per quarter, and raised more than $140 million in private equity financing, while building and maintaining strategic partnerships.
Cybercriminals and nation states are consistently using mobile threat tooling as part of their espionage or financially motivated attacks and campaigns. The Lookout Threat Intelligence team has noticed this increase as we research and protect against these adversaries. These actors are increasingly seeing value from having an offensive mobile capability in their toolkit and we have even seen low sophistication groups break into this space and successfully steal gigabytes of data from compromised devices. As BYOD and the prevalence of mobile devices in corporate environments continue to blur the traditional enterprise perimeter, the ability to understand the risks to mobile endpoints is critical.
Join Michael Flossman, Head of Threat Intelligence at Lookout, for this informative webinar as he covers the evolution of threat actors on mobile, discusses several recent high-profile cases, and explains why gaining visibility into your mobile endpoints and proactively securing them is key for today’s organizations."
Any process and interaction that can be digitised is being digitised - either for customer convenience or, for operational efficiency and costs. But, what happens when every bank and every possible process is digitised. What next? How can banks differentiate themselves? What role can data and AI play in creating value?
In this session, we will hear from industry leaders on their views on this topic and pragmatic recommendations on how to get started on this journey.
Bharat Bhushan, CTO Banking & Financial Markets, IBM
Marie Measures, CIO, Coventry Building Society
Richard Price, Sales Director, TIBCO
Valentina Kristensen, Director, Growth & Communications, OakNorth
Mitesh Soni, Senior Director - Innovation and Fintech, Finastra
The world of payments is rapidly-changing. The rise of P2P payments in the U.S, Canada and Australia along with dramatic regulatory changes in Europe (PSD2), has created new opportunities across the ecosystem. New third-party payment providers (TPP's) in the EU and P2P apps in other regions are entering the arena by supporting the rapid rise in demand and associated adoption rates. Banks are enabling direct access to accounts via APIs. Consumers now get to pick which apps they use, how they want to pay, and when, making the user experience paramount to win their loyalty. At the same time, however, the speed and “openness” makes the ecosystem vulnerable to several types of threats including malware, social engineering, remote access Trojans, SIM swapping, call forwarding and other techniques. Using these techniques, the fraudsters are able to exploit various points of potential weakness: at the account creation stage, the bank account linking process and payment authentication.
Join us as Iain Swaine, explores this fast-changing landscape, leveraging real world experience that stems from his days as eCrime Fraud Prevention Manager of the Royal Bank of Scotland, which was on the front lines of the initial faster payments adoption in the UK, and his current work as Head of Cyber Strategy, EMEA at BioCatch. He will explain how fraudsters see the this new world, what some of their techniques are and some of the techniques that are being used by leading enterprises around the world to address the risks in the P2P and PSD2 ecosystems.
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.
About Jamie Campbell:
Jamie has been with Bud from the start. As the company grew he developed a role that combined marketing and sales: Awareness. This position, key to any upstart's success has paved a way for Bud to grow reputationally as well as commercially for the last three years.
He is a mentor fellow of the Finance Innovation Lab, helping entrepreneurs develop propositions aimed at solving financial inclusion and social issues relating to money.
Before working in technology and finance, Jamie was a strategy director in advertising and innovation, working with companies like Heineken, Coca-Cola, Mars and SSE (FTSE250).
Depth and complexity of regional and global banks places an even higher level of urgency on algorithmic enablement than on other financial institutions.
Join TIBCO’s strategy leaders David Rosen and Shawn Rogers for a discussion of the latest trends and capabilities required for financial services leadership. Four major themes define the algorithmic imperative:
- Customer differences highlight the importance of deep and nuanced understanding of segments, propensities for action, engagement preferences and sensitivities to pricing
- Channel and evolution forces banks to think analytically with respect to the investments they make in reshaping their distribution networks
- Customer expectations with regard to experience require smarter processes both at the point of engagement and at the back-end decision systems that power the journeys
- Wide product breadth forces banks to take individual approaches to design, recommendation and pricing
Learn how each theme is affected by organizational leadership, strategic business initiatives and the underlying data science that enables the transformation towards becoming an Algorithmic Bank.
Register now to learn how TIBCO’s solutions can help you become an Algorithmic Retail Bank!
In this webinar, Genady will talk about implementing AI projects in a financial services environment. More specifically, he will cover the following topic areas:
- Understanding what Artificial Intelligence can and can’t do
- What to take into consideration before the implementation and how FSI is different from other industries
- Step by step solution implementation avoiding common mistakes
- Choosing right resources for a task in-house vs. partnering vs. buying
There is a clear appetite for driving greater diversity through the recruitment process, but there is also a concern that recruiters continue to look in the same place. On this webcast we explore the subject by inviting guests who are thinking very differently about how to expand that pool of talent.
Today’s modern enterprise is experiencing rapid change as digital transformation initiatives drive adoption of cloud-first strategies, reduction of infrastructure and capital expenditures, and new solutions to overcome the lack of skilled staff. To help ensure a secure and compliant environment, organizations are looking to harness the power of an identity platform to empower users and govern their access to all applications and data across their hybrid IT environment. Finding the best identity solution includes having the freedom to choose from a deployment option that best aligns with your infrastructure strategy; including SaaS, public cloud, data center, or from a trusted managed service provider.
A central part of GDPR focuses on protecting personal data – and respecting consumers’ choices on how that data is used. To follow through on this goal, it’s essential that organizations implement the necessary visibility and controls to govern the access of both standard and privileged users to ensure that only the right people in the right circumstances can access personal Jeremy Grant, who previously led the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace and served as Senior Executive Advisor for Identity Management at NIST, explores how:
Siloed and inadequate identity and privilege controls constitute the number one vector of attack for adversaries to gain unwanted access to personal information
Identity management, when executed correctly, can be “the great enabler” – helping not only with GDPR compliance, but providing a foundation for a stronger security posture, greater efficiencies and overall better experiences for your employees, privileged users and customers alike.
In support of their ongoing digital transformation, the Identity & Access Management team at GE has been on a journey from a complex decentralized model of 9 independent identity teams and platforms to a simplified and centralized ‘OneIdM’ service offering powered by SailPoint IdentityIQ.
Key take a ways for the webinar include:
1. Learn how to successfully layer your defenses
2. Discover how Security and Fraud technology need to work together
3. Understand that with Faster Payments – your security posture has to move from protection to prevention
How will you stay ahead in the data science arms race?
Banks are shoring up their AI-enabled fraud prevention resources, in part by investing in data science teams. Meanwhile, fraudsters are rapidly evolving their tactics. The winners in this adversarial climate will be the banks that combine the best in-house data science with open source tools.
Watch this webinar and learn:
-How banks are using artificial intelligence (AI) to fight fraud.
-How banks can make their data scientists successful by arming them with fraud knowledge and giving them the best tools.
-Why Feedzai built the OpenML Engine, a data science platform that’s the first of its kind in the fraud space, giving data scientists the flexibility to build models in any language, using any library, and on any platform.
About the presenters:
Saurabh Bajaj is Vice President and Head of Product at Feedzai, where he leads product development and management. Prior to Feedzai, Saurabh was head of fraud and risk products at Neustar, a leading identity resolution company. Saurabh holds a Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Mumbai and an MBA from the University of California, San Diego.
Margarida Ruela is a Senior Data Scientist and Product Manager at Feedzai, where she drives the development of Feedzai's OpenML Engine. Prior to Feedzai, Margarida was a software engineer at Accenture. Margarida holds a Master of Science degree in biomedical engineering from the Instituto Superior Técnico.
In order to effectively take advantage of the opportunities that Digital Transformation & Mobility provides to the Financial Services industry, it is essential to manage the risks and vulnerabilities that come with it. Learn how to strike an effective balance and join Dan Rawlings, Chief Commercial Officer at Trustonic, as he explores:
- How Digital Transformation is changing the customer relationship.
- Mobile is a primary driver to Digital Transformation. What are the keys to managing the risks associated with this channel?
- How the Financial Services Industry can more effectively take advantage of the opportunities that Digital Transformation, Mobility, and emerging technologies are enabling, without introducing undue risk.
Our global financial system is built around a deep sense of trust. In this ever-changing world banks and financial services must be ready to tackle both outsider as well as insider threats like never before.
About the presenter:
Michal Jarski's career spans many years in IT, especially within IT security. His previous experience includes management positions at Trend Micro, Ruckus Wireless, Check Point, Software Technologies and Internet Security Systems.
In 2017, he joined Wheel Systems to support its global expansion. Michal Jarski's key responsibility is to enhance the sales channel in the EMEAA region.
We will look at the background of existing incumbent systems and rule-based infrastructure now operating in Banks, and establish why the use of Machine Learning and AI helps alleviate 20% of cost and increase customer satisfaction while protecting the transaction and networks of the bank from intrusion. Also, the new device and contextual Big Data services of Cybertonica will be described. In the end, we need to see how security and customer convenience can be optimised while reducing cost and friction in the banks systems.
Joshua has 20 years experience in managing tech companies and startups. He is the founder of 4 businesses in online funding, media and FinTech. Joshua is a graduate of Harvard (MA) and INSEAD (MBA). He speaks fluent Russian, French and German.
Cyber breaches are inevitable because attackers constantly change their tools, techniques and procedures (TTPs). Everyone is affected in different ways, whether from compromised systems or supply chains to the financial implications of non-compliance and breach notification.
Join us for a live video panel on trending topics in cyber security:
-Breach notification sources, dwell time and industries mostly likely to be compromised and retargeted by attackers
-Importance of understanding cyber attackers and their motives
-Red teaming to improve security effectiveness
-Cyber security skills gap
-Direct and indirect costs of a breach
-Requirements, processes and policies to handle the GDPR
While Banking-as-a-Platform may appear set to enter the firmament of shiny objects that no incumbent bank should let slip by in 2018, might there be any resemblance in the public outcry that some of the world’s largest online platforms are eliciting from hundreds of thousands of their own users, and that which banks continue to.. from their own customers?
Even if the problem of ‘fake news’ and technological addiction beleaguering online platforms may on the surface appear to have nothing in common with ‘fake accounts’ and household debt soaring to record highs, might they point to fundamental misalignments that remain in how business models and incentives for platforms, banks, and retail commerce are more often than not diametrically opposed to the wellness of the consumers served?
Yet, it doesn’t have to be that way: Debt, fees, and impulse don’t have to be synonymous to retail banking and commerce. Join the founder and CEO of InSpirAVE, Om Kundu, for a sneak preview of how the social foundation of the InSpirAVE platform is forging a future bucking that trend — Leave inspired with the opportunity to be part of InSpirAVE’s critically acclaimed digital platform and its movement to #SaveForWhatMatters:
One that is empowering a growing community of InSpirAVE partners and users in ways that is placing the big purchases that matter the most to them within reach. Think “Saving More, Faster” rather than succumbing to debt, fees, and impulse.
About the speaker:
Om is the founder of InSpirAVE: its flagship platform has been cited as revolutionary in empowering consumers to make more thoughtful purchase-decisions and fulfill them by “saving more, faster”. Mr. Kundu’s track-record has spanned key roles at leading retail and financial institutions, with responsibilities for building new businesses ground-up as well as consistently delivering profitable growth of portfolios with 10+ million users and $40+ billion balances.
In this session, IDC will share insights into the IT spending patterns of some of the world’s largest companies. These firms are often among the first to embrace transformative, innovative technologies in an effort to delight customers and reinforce their position at the top of the pack. The web conference will showcase findings from IDC’s Worldwide Wallet IT research program, which estimates budgets and forecasts spending by region for more than 4,000 of the world’s largest enterprises. Join us for this webinar to see how IDC creates these data, and why the largest domestic and international IT vendors use IT wallet research to gather tactical data enabling more effective sales operations and marketing analytics.
-Full understanding of breadth/depth of IDC’s IT Wallet database
-Companies with largest anticipated increases in spending
-Understanding of how top WW firms dominate WW IT spending
-Top IT Spender Highlight
Worldwide real-time payments (RTP) are already offering businesses and consumers speed, convenience and 24/7 availability. So what is the current state of RTP in the US? What are corporates expecting and how are early adopters finding the experience so far? With RTP development budgets and real-time cash positions cited as top priorities by US institutions, how is this translating into actions?
Times are changing: data breaches are more frequent and damaging, and the regulations (like GDPR) that help combat them carry both great requirements and consequences. Your organization’s security just isn’t complete without identity governance. With breaches frequently targeting enterprise users instead of their network and endpoints, it’s more important than ever for IT leaders to recognize that identity is security.
The US banking system could better serve customers and their own institutions. The primary methods for budgeting have been financial literacy, DIY fee apps & spreadsheets. These may provide a level of solution, they have made little impact for most. Financial stress is at an unprecedented high and is fraught with guilt, shame, & confusion. That makes the limited time with customers even more critical for advisors. Learn some leading-edge concepts that will improve the level of trust by your customers, regardless of their level of debt, amount of income, or educational level. Although the potential to improve service through innovative solutions & technology at scale is huge, banks and credit unions show an aversion to change. The status quo, while great for quarterly profits, misses the mark when it comes to maximizing the benefits to their customers. By attending this webinar, you will learn:
• The optimal step by step approach to budgeting
• What “zero balance” should look like
• Why people are hesitant to provide their information
• Which services to recommend
• How to handle each step of the discussion
• Where retirement plans fit in
• The importance of having a cash flow strategic plan
• Problems with categorization as a major component of budgets
David is CEO of Budget Referee, a software startup in FinTech. He has implemented process improvements & cost savings projects by working with stakeholders. His achievements include tracking large budgets for initiatives across disparate departments in a privately held corporation. While at a large government contractor, he drove a new way to view chargeback and utilization of human capital, saving approximately 750 hours of managers’ time annually. His obsession with budgeting began over 40 years ago as a bookkeeper working with small businesses & households. He has a mission to help others through his budgeting software and looks forward to the launch of Budget Referee to the public at large by the end of 2018.
Today’s organizations are utilizing the benefits of access management to balance ease of access to a variety of cloud and on-premises applications from anywhere, on any device. While this enables users with 24/7 access, it also creates a large attack surface that is prime to be compromised. With 77% of data breaches involving an insider, it has become necessary to ensure access to all corporate resources is secured and governed.
By leveraging the power of identity governance with access management, you can now institute an identity-aware solution that securely and effectively authenticates, provisions and governs access to all applications and data across the enterprise ensuring adherence to corporate policies and security requirements.
With the new FinCEN CDD rule in effect as of May 11th, 2018, financial institutions must now to identify and verify the identity of the beneficial owners of legal entity customers who own, control, and profit from companies, when those companies open accounts. This webinar will describe the impact of new rule and explain the different ways to comply with FinCEN's ruling, including how to define, collect, and monitor beneficial ownership accounts.
Architecting and launching a full quote-to-cash solution is no small feat. The ability to accommodate your customers’ needs in today’s digital landscape requires more than a simple tweaking of your internal processes; it requires total transformation of the way you do business.
What if someone told you to throw out your requirements? To start fresh? Join Brian Rohde, Senior Director of Customer Success & Implementation at goTransverse and Seth Gross, Solution Architect at CloudSense as they share their advice and lessons learned while on the front lines with customers implementing and evaluating quote-to-cash solutions. Brian and Seth will share behind the scenes interactions and honest opinions on what they wish customers knew when heading into evaluating the future of their quote-to-cash solution.
Attendees will leave with sound advice on best practices when implementing a quote-to-cash solution including:
1. How to think different so you don’t rebuild an old wheel out of new technology
2. How to articulate requirements to best leverage quote-to-cash technologies while meeting business needs
3. How to satisfy a new generation of buyers with consumption-based pricing models
Platform companies are taking over, and changing the way companies do business. And with Open Banking now on the horizon, banks cannot afford to sit back and not seize the opportunities available from collaboration.
Panel discussion will cover:
- Forecasting the impact of increased collaboration in banking
- What are the partnership features to look for in an over-crowded market?
- Creating a mutually beneficial relationship: what should each party bring to the table?
- Ensuring you have sufficient interoperability to deploy new technology in open banking
- Understanding the impact of Open Banking: what will the future role of the bank be?
- What strategies will be keep to retaining the customer interface?
Last year’s crypto-boom has driven huge interest and aggressive development of enterprise applications for blockchain technology, particularly in financial services. To date, however, the industry has yet to see meaningful production implementations, leaving many skeptical of blockchain as a solution still looking for a problem.
David Lee, a technology & digital consultant for BCS Consulting, argues that projects seeking enterprise adoption need to move past technology questions and look more closely at how blockchain solutions are governed. Drawing on his experience working with several blockchain initiatives, bank innovation teams and startups, he outlines the issues with existing governance models and the criteria that blockchain projects need to meet in order to be viable at enterprise production scale.
Join Nemertes Research President Robin Gareiss, and learn how organizations are leveraging their UCC capabilities to improve the customer engagement. During this data-backed webinar, we’ll cover the following:
> The measurable business benefits of leveraging collaboration apps for customer engagement inc. real-life case studies.
> How organizations architect and manage UCC solutions best practices.
> The pitfalls of hybrid UCC deployments and how can you hedge against them
> The key actions that will ensure the lowest operational costs
To deliver superior customer experiences and reduce operational costs, organizations across industries face an imperative to move their applications and data to the cloud. This is the case at HSBC, one of the largest banks in the world. Watch this CONNECT 2018 session to learn more about HSBC’s journey and gain insights on:
* Why traditional approaches to integration and migration are no longer suitable, as they make IT a bottleneck.
* How Anypoint Platform enables IT teams to easily modernize monolithic legacy applications into composable microservices, as well as migrate these services to cloud or IaaS platforms.
*How leading banks like HSBC are building multi-cloud application networks using MuleSoft.
This webinar is part of BrightTALK's Ask the Expert Series.
Join Bianca Lopes, Identity Strategist & Speaker and Ina Yulo, Senior Content Manager at BrightTALK, as they discuss the ins and outs of managing identities, especially in this increasingly digital world.
Bianca will answer all your identity questions, including:
-How is identity management driving security?
-Is there going to be AI-driven identity management?
-What are digital identities?
-How can FinTech revolutionise identity management?
-What are some of the challenges with digital identities in the era of GDPR?
Audience members are encouraged to send questions to the expert which will be answered during the live session.
Don’t miss this opportunity to attend an informative webinar to learn more about how ransomware attacks are affecting the Retail and Hospitality industries and more importantly, some preventive strategies to help improve security in your environment to keep your business secure.
Dynamic Pricing – How AA Ireland Transformed into An Algorithmic Insurer
In this webinar, you will learn how AA Ireland adopted TIBCO’s Connected Intelligence platform for dynamic pricing, fraud detection, and customer engagement. We will interview AA Ireland Senior Quantitative Analyst Nina Jensen to learn about the company’s digital transformation into a more agile and profitable business and its simple software solution for implementation of sophisticated Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning models.
During this webinar we will also discuss the algorithmic approach to the following challenges:
- Implementation and governance of supervised and unsupervised machine learning models
- Deployment of sophisticated pricing models into a real-time rating engine
- Understanding of the likelihood to claim and the propensity to purchase insurance policies
- Rebasing the models with frequent updates from customer interactions and transactions
How do you modernise a pricing change process and reduce time to completion from 45 days, to just 1 day? UIA Mutual Insurance, one of the UK's leading mutual insurers, achieved just that by modernizing legacy systems and automating their whole claims process. As a provider of insurance to trade union members and their families for over 125 years, that is no small feat with many embedded systems and processes to unpick.
Hear from Jason Reaney, IT Director at UIA Mutual Insurance and Shariq Imam, Senior Business Manager at Espire, on June 14 at 10am (BST) to understand how UIA decoupled their architecture and has begun to digitize the customer journey.
Cyber threats plague the financial services industry:
• Advanced persistent threat (APT) actors seek to support economic reforms and reach state goals
• Financial threat actors seek financial gain through the direct theft of funds or the sale of stolen information
• Disruptive threat actors and hacktivists seek to gain publicity, divert banks' attentions, or demonstrate a political motive
Any one of these threats would increase activity in an industry, but the presence of all three likely accounts for the large number of intrusions in financial services organizations.
Join us for a live video panel and get executive insights for critical topics relevant to the financial services industry, including the:
• Nature of threats, as well as their motivations and tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs)
• Ripple effect consequences of geopolitics
• Cost of a breach and importance of risk awareness in the boardroom
• Need to keep GDPR a high priority
FIN groups, GDPR, Mergers and acquisitions, attribution, skills gap, reputational damage, SWIFT, payment processing systems, geopolitical events
Maintenance affects the total efficiency of the factory. What maintenance strategies increase it and reduce the downtime costs?
Using machine learning, you can prepare a model of your factory, identify normal and abnormal states, then watch real-time sensor data to predict degradation and intervene to avoid inefficiency and downtime.
The webinar will cover:
●The newest strategies and how to anticipate problems using machine learning
●A real case where TIBCO Software helped a manufacturer save 10% on maintenance costs
Did you know that 59% of fish labeled as 'tuna' in grocery markets and restaurants around the globe were mislabeled according to a study conducted by Ocean in 2013. This is clearly a common problem faced by multiple industries.
Join this session to understand how Viant, a blockchain enabled tracking platform, can provide you with transparency and accuracy about your product and it's journey. This session will be particularly interesting to those who want to understand and get their hands dirty with blockchain, building the supply chains of the future.
If we’re all going to learn, let’s learn together. Don’t repeat the mistakes of others. Don’t reinvent the wheel.
On today's agenda:
1. VISA — B2B Connect (B2B payment system tackling cross-border, cross-currency payments)
2. World Food Program — Building Blocks (Pilot in Jordan to tackle aid via blockchain-based identity)
3. DeBeers — Tracr (Clear the supply chain of imposters and conflict minerals)
Innovate Finance will deliver a webinar focussed on venture
capital investment in FinTech from a transatlantic perspective, bringing together leading international VCs to explore the changing FinTech investment landscape, the perfect startup pitch and what and who to watch in 2018.
The recorded music industry is a notoriously complex network of different stakeholders: record labels, collection societies, artist managers, performers, and streaming platforms, to name but a few. As a result, artists themselves struggle to understand how they generate revenue in an ecosystem that’s slow and inefficient.
Does the Ethereum protocol offer an answer to the industry’s transparency problem? What are the main challenges concerning the introduction of blockchain technology in the record industry?
This webinar will cover:
-Ethereum & blockchain technology basics
-How the record industry works
-Royalties, music rights & copyright control
-Opportunities: a global music industry blockchain database?
If you have any burning questions you would like to ask the author, don’t hesitate to contact her directly.
Manufacturing is going through a deep transformation, with changes that all are all about digitalization. With Industry 4.0, digitalization is more visible and disruptive in manufacturing, expanding virtual data and processes in an industry that is fundamentally about dealing with physical products.
This transformation has already started and its impact is expected to be massive, with changes across the whole manufacturing ecosystem technically, economically, and socially. Key elements of the Industry 4.0 transformation include 3D printing, robotizing and automation, smart factory with IoT and machine learning, and supply chain digitization.
Now, blockchain is becoming a key technology driving this digital revolution.
Join us for this webinar hosted by some of our best blockchain subject matter experts to learn:
● The impacts of technology on the manufacturing industry
● Why blockchain is a valuable technology for next-generation manufacturing use cases
● How blockchain is applicable to different areas of manufacturing
The crypto revolution brought along with it the underlying technology of blockchain, allowing for the tokenisation of monetary value. The benefits of blockchain technology have since been utilised not only for value, but also to tokenise any kind of digital and physical property, such as diamonds, rights to images, property etc. What the concept of tokenisation brings to the financial world is the ability to connect, share and create value globally, without borders, and for free. Blockchain has given us the technology to bring together different financial silos, giving individuals, communities and entire economies more access to the financial network; and creating an open, inclusive and empowering global economy. Circle is on a mission to make this vision of the future happen.
There is significant transformation going on across the healthcare sector, driven by exciting new developments in technology, artificial intelligence, machine learning and advanced analytics, as organisations looking to unlock the value in their data sets for a wide variety of purposes.
While healthcare data is incredibly valuable, it’s also incredibly sensitive and there is a great deal of responsibility on those who hold and process healthcare data.
Join this session to understand:
- The significant value of healthcare data and trends in the space
- The challenges involved with handling sensitive patient data
- The mechanisms can you put in place to protect sensitive patient data
Join this interactive session to understand how healthcare data can be used, and the privacy controls that you need to put in place to ensure it's sufficiently protected.