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.
Ash Seddeek, CEO and Founder, YamaPayRecorded: Jul 18 201935 mins
This webinar shows the amazing potential for how data analytics and AI can power a new suite of FinServ consumer and commercial products and services.
Creating new financial services products categories is critical for forging a deeper level of mutual trust, AI and data analytics vision and tools of DelightMe services. These will wow customers and proactively deliver instant and long term value.
Kayla Hartman, Data Analyst, AlloyRecorded: Jul 18 201935 mins
According to Capgemini’s World Payments Report 2017, global digital payments are expected to rise to roughly 726 billion transactions in 2020. The growth of digital financial services offers innumerable opportunities, expanding access to financial services products and allowing for essentially instantaneous feedback loops. With these opportunities, however, also come risks, including fraud. The threat of fraud requires financial services organizations to act proactively to minimize losses due to fraud. Analysis of data surrounding their customers and transactions is an essential effort to ensure the benefits of the digital payments space continue to outweigh the risks.
In this webinar, Kayla Hartman will discuss the various ways data is used in fraud prevention. As a Data Analyst at Alloy, a fintech company that provides identity verification APIs for clients’ KYC (know your customer) and AML (anti-money laundering), she has firsthand experience in enhancing fraud prevention efforts through data analysis. She will dive into the ways the use of data is currently advantageous to fraud prevention, as well as the challenges that are presented in this quickly changing space.
Ron Shevlin, Managing Director of Research at Cornerstone AdvisorsRecorded: Jul 18 201950 mins
With consumers in the driver seat of their financial lives, a data-driven strategy is a requisite for continued success. Join Ron Shevlin, Managing Director of Research at Cornerstone Advisors, for our webinar Financial Industry Trends: The Impact of Data in the Digital Age on Thursday, July 18 at 12PM PT where he’ll discuss the three main data trends that will impact the financial industry in the next 10 to 15 years. He’ll also share insights into what it will take to remain competitive in the digital age.
In this webinar, you’ll learn about the 3 big data trends in the financial industry:
- The assimilation of AI: AI is going to become an indispensable component of systems and tools
- Platformification of analytics: analytics capabilities will be provided as a service by open platforms
- The importance of financial health: financial health will emerge as the key factor to distinguishing how financial institutions compete
Alessandro Chimera, Manufacturing Industry Expert, TIBCO Software Inc. Danny Stout, Sr. Solutions Consultant, TIBCO SoftwarRecorded: Jul 18 20198 mins
The current trend in manufacturing is towards tailor-made products in smaller lots with shorter delivery times. This change may lead to frequent production modifications resulting in increased machine downtime, higher production cost, product waste—and the need to rework faulty products.
Watch this webinar to learn how TIBCO’s Smart Manufacturing solutions can help you overcome these challenges. You will also see a demonstration of TIBCO technology in action around improving yield and optimizing processes while also saving costs.
What You Will Learn:
Applying advanced analytics & machine learning / AI techniques to optimize complex manufacturing processes
How multi-variate statistical process control can help to detect deviations from a baseline
How to monitor in real time the OEE and produce a 360 view of your factory
The webinar also highlights customer case studies from our clients who have already successfully implemented process optimization models.
Diana Crowe, Financial Technology Principal, HighRadiusRecorded: Jul 18 201928 mins
With the onset of Aritificial Intelligence(AI) in accounts receivable/debt collections, there is a lot of turbulence and concern around job security. But, are the concerns a reality?
Join this webinar to find how AI will enable collectors to play a more crucial and strategic role in their organizations. Discover the benefits of AI and virtual assistants including improved productivity, enhanced decision making, reducing bad-debt and lower DSO!
1. Non-nerdy explanation of Artificial Intelligence and how it works
2. Day in a collectors life - with and without technology
3. How AI is enhancing collections - Watch it ‘LIVE’
4. Strategic benefits of leveraging AI for decision making
Nancy Wu, Sales and Customer Support, SkyStemRecorded: Jul 18 201956 mins
[Live Recording] Join us in this webinar, where we arm ourselves with knowledge that can help our organization deter and detect organizational fraud. Learn the most common fraud practices, the best fraud detection and prevention activities, as well as recent SEC fraud cases.
Please note: CPE credit not available for this playback
Clara Abraham, GRC Consultant; Vignesh Mohan, ServiceNow Specialist; Kaviarasan S, ServiceNow Evangelist.Recorded: Jul 18 201947 mins
ServiceNow has released its GRC product to help businesses respond to threats and risks in real time, and transform their inefficient processes to improve the overall security. In this webinar series, we are aiming to help businesses understand the importance of GRC and how to take baby steps in implementing GRC and achieve maturity. Here are the desired profiles who would benefit from this webinar series: Audit Committee, Compliance officers, Risk officers, IT Steering Committee, Directors of IT and ITSM, ServiceNow Owners and GRC consultants.
Key takeaways from this session include:
· Demystifying GRC complexities - Automation and Simplification
· Building blocks of GRC in ServiceNow
· Stages of GRC maturity
· Semi-automated GRC/IRM processes using ServiceNow
Ash Seddeek, YamaPay | Melanie Turek, Frost & Sullivan | Brad van Leeuwen, RailsbankRecorded: Jul 18 201949 mins
Like many of today’s leading-edge businesses, financial services companies are using big data and analytics to improve their own outcomes, and those of their clients. By leveraging both proprietary and public information, banks and insurance companies are better able to create personalized offers and service for each client, based on that customer’s specific needs and value to the business. They are also leveraging advanced analytics to identify key trends in the industry, shape future products and services and manage increasingly complex compliance requirements and regulations across the world. Leading-edge organizations are even starting to use artificial intelligence and machine learning tools to automate routine processes, increase employee productivity and deliver fast, customized customer experiences on the fly.
Join us for an in-depth look at what you need to do to get started, as well as how to prepare to compete in an increasingly data-driven marketplace today and well into the future.
This panel discussion will address:
- Why financial service companies are doing this now
- Tools involved
- Is this just about the customer experience? What other areas of the business can benefit?
- Highlights for both banking and insurance
- Top challenges to success
Eva Murray, Head of BI & Tableau Zen Master, ExasolRecorded: Jul 18 201956 mins
Data Analytics plays a key role for Financial Services organizations to support decision-making processes, keep customers’ investments safe and to drive innovative solutions.
In this session we’ll share our recommendations for analysis and visualization best practices and for building analytics communities. We’ll also focus on how a sound and holistic approach to analytics can help you improve your customer experience, reduce the risk of fraud and stay ahead of the competition.
Fraud is one of the biggest overheads for most financial firms. Detecting crime is hard as fraud constantly evolves and the tools have to be able to evolve with it. Also one of the key areas of focus for most firms is to address the cost of handling the false positives that all automated systems generate.
Watch this short demonstration to learn how TIBCO’s advanced analytics and data science solutions can help you overcome these challenges.
Scott Peddle, Product Manager, VerafinRecorded: Jul 17 201961 mins
In this session, Scott Peddle, Product Expert at Verafin, will discuss the evolution of financial crime and how financial institutions can embrace innovative approaches to proactively prevent fraud and combat crime-ring activity.
Learn how financial institutions can leverage big data, machine-learning technology and 314(b) information sharing for effective fraud prevention. This includes proactive trend identification, reduction in false positive results and collaborative investigations of multi-institutional crime-ring activity.
- Limitations of conventional fraud prevention approaches that rely on limited data sets and approaches in today’s increasingly complex financial crime landscape
- Big data intelligence approach for financial institutions that leverages machine-learning technology and 314(b) information sharing to mitigate losses and prevent fraud
- Walk-through of a real-life crime-ring case to learn how data and technology played a critical role to enhance detection, strengthen investigations and improve reporting to law enforcement
Most companies allow their employees to submit travel expenses within 90 to 180 days of the purchase. This is great for employees, however, it leaves the company at risk of reimbursing the same expense twice.
Join Tonya Espinoza, Implementation Success Manager at AppZen, as she discusses how AppZen’s AI-powered Expense Audit helps you to detect duplicate receipts prior to reimbursement.
Although AI can’t determine if duplicate submissions are careless mistakes or for personal gain, AppZen will help auditors uncover any expense report that appears to be a duplicate to ensure your company never pays the same expense twice.
Chris Lowe, Senior Solutions Consultant, TIBCO Software Inc.Recorded: Jul 17 20198 mins
A short introduction to TIBCO's Fraud Accelerator, an intelligent, automated, analytical system, that helps businesses reduce false positives and augment human intelligence with data science models that can help predict fraudulent business events.
Joshua Bower-Saul, CEO and Founder, CybertonicaRecorded: Jul 17 201941 mins
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 Bower-Saul 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.
Bharat Bhushan | Valentina Kristensen | Richard Price | Marie Measures | Mitesh SoniRecorded: Jul 17 201960 mins
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
Maria Allen, VP & Global Head Financial Services, Unisys and Stephen Greer, Senior Analyst, CelentRecorded: Jul 17 201955 mins
New business models are emerging in banking, and these are underpinned by new principles of openness, flexibility and agility. For many, omnichannel is an aspiration, most banks are still in the early days of deployment. What are the keys to success? And what should you prioritize in your digital transformation? Get insights on global industry best practices and learn about the rise of platform banking including:
Join industry experts Unisys’ Maria Allen, and Celent’s Stephen Greer’s webinar at 11am EST on 17 July 2019.
Maria Allen, Unisys
Maria L. Allen is Vice President and Global Head of Financial Services. In this role, Maria is responsible for building new products and services across all regions, platforms and channels ensuring that solutions and services are delivered in a way that enable our clients to meet their strategic goals and objectives. With more than 30 years' experience in business operations, technology and sales, she has worked both in and with large number of financial institutions across diverse geographies. Maria is an award winning, visionary experienced in the development of high performance products, mission critical and technology-enabled business services for complex and compliance driven industries.
Stephen Greer, Celent
Stephen is an expert on retail banking trends, with an emphasis on fintech startups, emerging technology, and digital transformation. He has worked with some of the largest banks in the US and globe to influence digital strategies and identify opportunities in the space. Stephen has been a frequent speaker at large conferences such as CARTES Paris, American Banker’s Retail Banking Conference, and Cumbre Financiera Panama, as well as at industry roundtables and vendor events. He has been quoted in publications such as Forbes, The San Francisco Chronicle, American Banker, Banking Exchange, and others.
Paul Holland, Chief Operating Officer at FLEETCOR & Toby Poston, BVRLA Director of Communications and External RelationsRecorded: Jul 17 201946 mins
This is the third of our series of webinars on issues facing fleet managers and the fuel sector in the UK. During this session, we will provide an update on current UK fuel prices and possible future cost and usage trends.
These regular webinars are becoming an established and popular online event in the fleet industry, because Allstar Business Solutions has insight that few other fleet businesses can match.
Fuel cost control and management is a vital element of running a fleet, and our fuel cards enable more than 50,000 UK businesses to keep 1.5 million drivers on the road, giving us granular-level data about vehicles, drivers, prices and other influencing factors. This information provides us with unparalleled knowledge about fleet management, which you could then be using in your own business.
The British Vehicle Rental & Leasing Association (BVRLA) will also be joining us to talk about the wider industry issues they are involved with, both on the ground and in the corridors of power: fuel policies and duty, the future of BIK taxation, the effects of Ultra Low Emission Zones on businesses and the transition to electric and mobility solutions.
Joining our Chief Operating Officer, Paul Holland, for this thought-provoking, informative webinar will be ex-Fleet News and Fleet World journalist Steve Moody, and Toby Poston, BVRLA Director of Communications and External Relations.
The session will explore the role of AI and big data in improving risk management and building business resilience in Financial Services.
In this webinar, you will get a broader perspective into emerging (also referred as non-financial or Environment, Social and Governance (ESG)) risks in Financial Services. Finally you will be walked through a case study with a leading bank on their use of AI to future-proof their organization.
Philip Dutton, Co-Founder, SolidatusRecorded: Jul 17 201947 mins
There are three pillars to control in a data rich, regulated company – these are what data you have, what it is being used for and who is using it. These pillars have nuances as well, for example where is the person, the data or the process and how old is the data. In the current data climate, it is normal for a company to have a policy to tell people (customers as well as staff) the rules of the road for accessing information. Enshrining this policy into the fabric of the organisation so that people do not have to think about it as well as satisfying the current trend of DevOps is the key to allowing a fast iteration culture, delivering value without creating more overheads.
About the speaker:
Co-founder, Philip Dutton, has led Solidatus from concept through to launch and now accelerated growth. Working to help organisations utilise visual lineage to enable understanding and simplification of complex systems landscapes, demonstrate regulatory lineage, improve governance and assist with transformational change. With 20 years of experience as a Senior System Architect, Engineer and Project Manager within the Financial Services industry, Philip’s expertise focuses on global transformational change projects within global organisations. Passionate about revolutionising the data economy and helping companies become proactive instead of reactive.
Ash Seddeek, CEO and Founder, YamaPayRecorded: Jul 16 201935 mins
Financial institutions spend 88 billions year trying to get the attention of existing and new customers and offer them relevant products and services. This divide is a reflection of a lack of understanding and at times trust.
Creating new categories of financial services, fintech startups can help bridge this divide.
We will share YamaPay’s delightme services portfolio and how it holds a great promise for consumers and financial services organizations.
The audience will walk away with key strategies for reducing marketing dollars while increasing customer retention and acquisition.
Maciej Stępień, CEO, Braintri; Nicolas Soum, Business Value Consultant, DataStaxRecorded: Jul 16 201939 mins
Banks today face a variety of industry and competitive pressures: disruption by upstart fintech companies, payment infrastructure evolution like instant payments, and looming compliance requirements like PSD2, open banking or GDPR. All this while still meeting ever-increasing customer expectations.
The key to meeting all these demands is data - in fact real-time, highly contextual data. Load from electronic banking puts strain on core systems. We capture data changes in mainframe-based core banking system and replicate them to DSE in real time using automatically generated C++ code. Electronic channels are redirected to DSE using existing legacy APIs. The presentation will discuss solution design, innovative approach to automatic code generation and lessons learned from the platform implementation.
That’s exactly what's discussed in this exciting webinar!
Maciej Stępień, CEO at Braintri, and Nicolas Soum, Business Value Consultant at DataStax are joining together for a dynamic discussion on trends in data-driven innovation for banks. They’ll tackle the increasingly important topic of business agility to anticipate new business models with a frictionless experience to drive customer satisfaction.
Register to learn:
✓ How historical technology investments are stifling innovation in Banks
✓ Why Banks need to innovate now, in response to market / cost / regulatory pressures
✓ How an Operational Data Layer is critical to unlock the power of your data
✓ How this transformation is necessary for the bank of tomorrow to remain relevant
✓ How careful planning and collaboration can set Banks up for success
Andy Renshaw,Senior Director, Fraud & Identity Market Planning at LexisNexis Risk Solutions & Paul Rodgers, Chairman of EurRecorded: Jul 16 201928 mins
In this webinar, Andy Renshaw, Senior Director of Fraud & Identity Market Planning at LexisNexis Risk Solutions & Paul Rodgers, Chairman of European Payment Association, Vendorcom, will review the impending PSD2 deadline on September 14th, 2019. You will also discover how LexisNexis Risk Solutions can support your organization with a range of strong authentication methods. With less than 60 days to the deadline - make sure you watch this free on demand webinar now.
Sindhu Joseph, Founder and Rajesh Sharma, Head of Customer Experience, CogniCorJul 22 20199:00 pmUTC45 mins
According to McKinsey, AI will trigger an estimated $13 trillion of GDP growth between now and 2030. How can the wealth management industry capitalize on the latest artificial intelligence advancements to stay ahead of the technological curve, thereby both driving down long term costs and increasing overall productivity?
Through the use of CogniCor’s CIRA platform, wealth management firms can create and maintain their own virtual assistants (VAs) which through the use of workflows can automate complex tasks for both financial advisors and their customers. Through the rapid ingestion of vast amounts of data, the virtual assistant allows financial advisors to interact more on a personal level with their clients, thereby helping them to reach their wealth management goals more effectively.
The time that an advisor spends should be focused on working with their clients. By automating standard operations, advisors can focus on improving their clients’ portfolios, understanding their goals, and ultimately maximizing their short, medium and long term potential for growth.
Many financial advisors and wealth management firms are still unaware of how technology enhances financial advisors’ performance. CogniCor is poised to be a leader in the industry, and look forward to bringing our experience with enterprise leaders to the rest of the industry players, be they small, medium or enterprise firms.
Dean Nicolls, VP of Marketing, Jumio Corp.Jul 23 20197:00 amUTC26 mins
Customer acquisition is top of mind for most financial service organizations and their boards. Normally, when banks and other financial service institutions think customer acquisition, they think about launching a new advertising campaign with the hope of driving more online or in-branch traffic -- but these campaigns are iffy at best.
Instead, why not rethink your online account opening process where FSIs lose about 20% of their prospects through abandonment. If you can plug that leaky funnel, you will see an immediate improvement in customer acquisition.
Join us for this informative “how-to” webinar and discover how to…
- Dissect the abandonment problem
- Reduce the number of identity verification screens & clicks
- Cast a wider net with omni-channel verification
- To say “no” to verification “maybes”
Financial service companies will need to lead the charge in flexible and remote working if they are to attract the best possible talent. Something that has never been more important against a backdrop of Brexit and a growing millennial and Gen Z workforce.
Today, only one in six (15%) employees work in businesses that don’t offer flexible working. What used to be a perk is now a mandatory offering.
Alongside the importance of employee satisfaction, the UK is also facing a productivity challenge, on average the UK is 31% less productive than France.
Join Mark Elwood, Director at TeleWare, Dr Lucy Green, CEO & Business Development Expert at Larato and David Mellard, Director and Founder at Bedrock HR, as they discuss:
•The flexible working challenges financial services companies face – including security and data protection
•Can financial services companies safely implement a bring your own device (BYOD) policy?
•How to use tech to increase productivity
•Scalable IT solutions for growing companies
Stephen Archut, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, TIBCO Data Virtualization Phil Unger, CEO, Cadeon Niaz Tadayyon, M.Eng, CBIP,Jul 23 20191:00 pmUTC32 mins
Within the energy industry, Exploration, Production, Refining, and Marketing each present unique business challenges. Analyzing the disparate data created and used upstream, downstream, and beyond poses unique IT challenges. With siloed data assets forming an often-untapped reservoir of business opportunity and insight, energy companies who successfully leverage them can gain a significant competitive advantage.
Watch this joint webinar with TIBCO and Cadeon, a data and business analytics expert in the Oil & Gas, Utilities and Mining industries to learn about:
•How to federate, abstract, and simplify data using TIBCO Data Virtualization for faster analytic insights
•How to overcome data and analytic challenges to gain tangible business benefits
•How to do this with all your data, no matter where it resides — upstream, downstream or anywhere across the globe.
Arwen Smit, Author Identity RebootJul 23 20192:00 pmUTC30 mins
In the age of algorithms, A.I.-driven multinationals and an interconnected, global population, our personal identity is more important than ever. With the rise of the internet, our online and offline worlds started to merge, and what identity is and isn’t has become less defined and more complex. In this timely talk, Arwen Smit explains why identity is the most valuable thing you own, standing at the core of your every online and offline interaction. Driving home that when algorithms shape our reality, we humans become the input and output of algorithms. Arwen Smit is the author of Identity Reboot, available November 2019. Find out more at www.arwensmit.com.
Mike Jud, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Tradeshift; Krish Suresh Global Practice Leader, Procurement, BristleconeJul 23 20196:00 pmUTC60 mins
The interdependence between the physical and the financial supply chain is growing. As supply chains become more complex, they are constantly stressed with change, the demand for operational advantage, and the necessity to meet the exact needs of customers. The stress from all the change impacts producers, logistics, and ultimately, working capital. What opportunities are you leaving on the table?
In order to become an adaptive enterprise, a company must transform their supply chain to be robust and agile. How so? By leveraging innovative technologies with AP automation, e-invoicing and future proof platforms to facilitate spend management and improves visibility into spend analytics.
Join this webinar, in collaboration with Bristlecone, as we discuss:
• Need for increased visibility into procurement and improved vendor relationships
• Empowered procurement diagnostics and a single source of truth for all spend under management
• How teams can leverage automation technology and e-invoicing to optimize working capital and cash flow while building relationships with suppliers
• How stakeholders in the supply and financial chain can achieve working capital objectives without jeopardizing other objectives
Daniel Peled, VP Global Advisories and Digital Transformation KryonJul 24 20193:00 pmUTC41 mins
Digital transformation in financial and insurance industries requires unprecedented levels of speed, intelligence, agility and cost efficiency.
Reliance on repetitive manual processes is costly and inefficient, while high human error rates, regulatory and compliance pressure and back office inadequacies mean that institutions must address the legacy way they currently work to achieve best-in-class digital workforce solutions.
In this session you’ll learn about:
- How to accelerate and scale up your automation journey with Process Discovery
- AIG Insurance (Israel) and how they saved 83 monthly work hours by automating a single process
- A major bank increased compliance and minimized non-compliance costs
- Practical tips for a successful RPA journey
Jothi Rengarajan – Principal Architect, Chandramouli Parasuraman – Technical ArchitectJul 24 20195:00 pmUTC60 mins
Organizations are confused on the focus, competence and necessary steps involved in achieving their goal of a Microservices Migration. Some mistake this to be only architecture change which may lead to multiple issues. In this webinar, we will discuss various aspects that needs to be aligned from an organizational perspective to reap the benefits of Microservices.
• Organizational changes required for a Microservices adoption
• Mandatory Process Changes for embracing a Microservices Architecture
• Continuous optimization of the Microservices process
Kyle Frankel & Michael Creeden of TradeshiftJul 24 20195:00 pmUTC60 mins
With Tradeshift Go you can enable the mobile workforce for next-generation expense payment and management:
• Limit physical p-cards and corporate credit cards to reduce liability exposure
• Extend use of virtual cards to manage spend where you have no control today
• Give your users a world-class native mobile experience they will actually love
• Extend to workers outside the organization who need access to buying or payment
• Empower people to get work done, but keep the control and transparency
With Tradeshift Go you can combine the flexibility of corporate cards with the control of pre-approval workflow.
Kevin Moos, Kina Ratanjee, and Sarah DavisJul 24 20197:00 pmUTC37 mins
Join Primitive Logic at our next webinar, where we'll bust the most common myths about data privacy as we show you how to adapt to the demands of our current environment and prepare for what lies ahead.
You will learn:
The most common myths around data privacy … and the real truth behind them
How to build a foundation for alignment with present and future data privacy laws
How to address the four key areas of data privacy compliance
The realities of where technology products can help your compliance efforts
Common challenges and pitfalls to avoid
Kevin Moos, President, Primitive Logic
Kina Ratanjee, Delivery Director, Primitive Logic
Sarah Davis, Senior Consultant, Primitive Logic
Ellie Burns, Fraud & Identity Mgr & Courtney Austin Sr. Dir. International MktgJul 25 20191:00 pmUTC45 mins
Join this short 30 minute webinar as Ellie Burns, Fraud & Identity Mgr & Courtney Austin Sr. Dir. International Mktg conduct a deep-dive into the findings of the new 2019 EMEA Cybercrime Report. Download a copy in advance at www.threatmetrix.com/info/emea-cybercrime-report/
Unarguably, the need for a cybersecurity paradigm shift has never been greater. Machine learning is a big step forward in this era of cybersecurity, but traditional machine learning techniques are not optimal with preventing unknown, never-before-seen cyber threats. Fortunately, AI technologies are maturing and deep learning is now proven to be the most effective cybersecurity solution, resulting in unmatched detection and prevention rates.
CPE/ CEU Credits: You may be eligible for CEUs or CPE credits at some professional associations by attending this webinar. Please check with your professional association and its policies to see if you may apply for CEUs or CPE credits for this webinar. You can download a certificate of completion from BrightTALK after viewing the entire webinar.
Donald E Hester & Robert DeRoeckJul 25 20195:00 pmUTC90 mins
In this webinar we are going to cover CompTIA’s SY0-501 Security+ certification exam objective 1.3: Explain threat actor types and attributes.
Types of actors
- Script kiddies
- Organized crime
- Nation states/APT
• Attributes of actors
- Level of sophistication
• Use of open-source intelligence
Nancy Wu, Sales and Customer Support, SkyStemJul 25 20196:00 pmUTC55 mins
[Live Recording] It's time to spruce up the close checklist! Join us in this webinar where we will revisit best practices as well as practical tips to help improve the financial close process. Whether you have a close checklist, a close calendar, or even if you are still forming a close process, these practices will surely help your period-end close.
Please note: CPE credit not available for this playback
Dr. Vernon Gerety, Founder and Managing Director, VGAdvisors - Customer Risk and Recovery AdvisorsJul 25 20196:00 pmUTC37 mins
Have your credit scoring models caught up with technology advancements such as artificial intelligence and statistically validated algorithms? Or, do you continue relying on expert scorecards that have been designed using manually assigned variables with static points?
With rising competition, volatile markets and unprecedented rise of business risk, advanced credit risk management could very well be a company’s competitive advantage.
Join, Dr. Vernon Gerety, a 25+ years’ veteran in credit modeling as he takes you through the evolution of credit models and application of advanced statistics to cut credit risk.
Labhesh Patel, CTO and Chief ScientistJul 30 20197:00 amUTC16 mins
In this AI Summit keynote, Labhesh Patel (CTO and Chief Scientist at Jumio) outlines the critical differences between artificial intelligence and augmented intelligence – and what this could mean for enterprises in action.
Artificial Intelligence is all around us and it is a term that has quickly become embedded into our everyday lives. Likewise, the abbreviation, AI, is now so recognised as meaning artificial intelligence that many commentators don’t give much thought to what it actually stands for anymore.
However, what we’re starting to see is the acknowledgement that in many applications, AI can’t solve every problem, because of its inherent limitations. As a result, we’re beginning to witness the ‘A’ in AI become ‘augmented’.
So what is augmented intelligence? Well, it’s the fusion of human expertise and machine learning. But aren’t we at a stage where machines are as intelligent as us? The short answer is no, because what is clear, is that there are still use cases and scenarios whereby AI cannot work alone.
Nancy Wu, Sales and Customer Support, SkyStemJul 30 20196:00 pmUTC58 mins
[Live Recording] Metamorphosis describes the process of transformation from a child form to a mature form in two or more distinct stages. Within your organization, some of the key finance processes have worked the same way for decades, and could probably benefit from a transformation of sorts. Join us in this webinar where we explore common technologies that can be easy incorporated into your current processes to modernize the traditional workplace. We'll cover everything from time and expense reporting, to accounts payable, to budgeting as well as financial close automation.
Please note: CPE credit not available for this playback
Benedikt Voller (Raisin), Brad van Leeuwen (Railsbank)Jul 31 20192:00 pmUTC60 mins
Trust in your financial services provider is an incredible asset to have. Many banks capitalise on having legacy brands that make customers feel secure and ultimately, loyal.
Join this panel where our experts will discuss:
-What are some of the challenges new FinTech challengers face when it comes to customer adoption?
-How can banks keep their customers happy and deploy new services that fit their needs?
-How can banks and FinTech companies truly collaborate and make the most out of new regulations like Open Banking to foster innovation?
-How can new trends in identity verification and management ensure a more secure and trustworthy experience?
-How can improved identity services improve the onboarding process?
Sam Heiney, Product Solutions Director, Netop TechJul 31 20192:00 pmUTC32 mins
Hackers and cyber-criminals favor remote access tools as an entry point into their victims' networks.
Remote access is one of the most common methods of corporate network, ecommerce, and point-of-sale attacks — and experts predict this trend will only increase. Companies that use basic tools like Microsoft's Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) are especially vulnerable.
In this webinar, we review the basic security practices every business should follow, before diving into the advanced methods IT professionals take to ensure security at every stage of a remote access session:
- Protection of endpoints and encrypting remote connections
- Sophisticated authentication solutions and identity management
- Role-based authorization with granular user permissions
- Robust and secure logging features for auditing
Organizations should be looking for an RDP alternative with more advanced secure remote access capabilities for a range of computers, devices and platforms.
Louise Turner, Edelman Intelligence, Dr. Alexandre Cuenat, Wellcome Trust, Pavi Rallapalli, Deloitte & Des Shanahan, PrivitarJul 31 20193:00 pmUTC60 mins
Privitar Privacy Pulse 2019
The public understand the significant possibilities that the use of healthcare data can open up. Their willingness to share data increases by ten percentage points when they know that it could be used to develop more effective treatments and potential cures. At the same time, two-thirds of data leaders in healthcare agree they could do more to manage and protect their data.
Privitar's Privacy Pulse, a major new piece of research, surveys attitudes to privacy of both healthcare data leaders and the general public. In this webinar, experts from across the industry discuss the implications these findings have for you.
- Louise Turner, MD, Edelman Intelligence (chair)
- Alex Cuenat, Expert in Residence, Wellcome Trust
- Pavi Rallapalli, Evidence & Data Science Lead, Deloitte
- Des Shanahan, Account Director - Healthcare, Privitar
Gain a deeper understanding of your patients' and peers' attitudes to privacy and get our experts' views on the implications for business as we discuss:
- The erosion of public trust in the institutions that hold their data
- The power of transparency for the healthcare industry
- Overcoming barriers to full use of your healthcare data
The key learnings from the report will also be available as a ready-to-download attachment for you to access and share.
Ajay Jasti, Founder of kontrakt.co, New YorkJul 31 20194:00 pmUTC60 mins
We will discuss Smart agreements on Blockchain and how to create Blockchain powered Smart agreements. It is time for intelligent and self-aware contracts. Create, execute and maintain legal contracts that can be highly customized and automated with a platform powered by Blockchain, Internet-of-Things and Artificial Intelligence. This can ensure secure authentication, minimize fraud and provide complete control of your identity and ensure your privacy.
Michael Osterman, Principal Analyst, Osterman ResearchJul 31 20195:00 pmUTC45 mins
As businesses embark on digital and cloud transformation to accelerate velocity and improve operational efficiencies, security just is not keeping pace. Virtually every business relies on software to keep it running, to keep it competitive. Simultaneously, application vulnerabilities are escalating, and breaches are common C-suite conversations. The current approach to application security relies on multiple security tools deployed at different layers of the software development life cycle, returning volumes of results. This taxes already understaffed application security and SecOps teams, who are challenged to make sense of it all, to address the vulnerabilities and to convey the full risk picture to the business.
In the webinar, Michael Osterman, Principal Analyst, Osterman Research, will discuss:
- Why the current approaches to security management are no longer adequate as the pace of business accelerates.
- The key steps to mitigate risk, including identifying, prioritizing and remediating vulnerabilities continuously.
- Why security should be part of the software development process and at all points in the software lifecycle.
- How prioritizing vulnerabilities properly can reduce risk