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    • Actionable Intelligence for Anti-Money Laundering Compliance
      Actionable Intelligence for Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Vamsi Chemitiganti, GM of Financial Services, Hortonworks Recorded: Mar 2 2016 5:00 pm UTC 63 mins
    • In this 1-hour webinar, Vamsi Chemitiganti, Hortonworks GM for Financial Services, will discuss the key business issues and technology considerations in moving a financial services anti-money laundering (AML) regime onto Hortonworks Connected Data Platforms and the key benefits in doing so. Banks and capital markets firms can use Hortonworks Data Platform and Hortonworks DataFlow to process huge amounts of transaction-related data from both traditional and non-traditional sources. Compliance teams can then analyze that data-in-motion and data-at-rest for actionable intelligence required for Suspicious Activity Reports—to discover illegal activity and provide detailed reporting to authorities. There will be time for Q&A at the end of the presentation.

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    • Better Anti Money Laundering (AML) Compliance with Hortonworks
      Better Anti Money Laundering (AML) Compliance with Hortonworks Vamsi K Chemitiganti, General Manager - Financial Services, Hortonworks Recorded: Nov 24 2015 3:00 pm UTC 59 mins
    • In 2015, it goes without saying that Banking is an increasingly complex as well as a global business. Leading Banks now generate a large amount of revenue in Global markets and this is generally true of all major worldwide banks. Financial crime is a huge concern for banking institutions given the complexity of the products they offer their millions of customers, large global branch networks and operations spanning the spectrum of financial services. The BSA (Bank Secrecy Act) requires U.S. financial institutions to assist U.S. government agencies to detect and prevent money laundering. Specifically, the act requires financial institutions to keep records of cash purchases of negotiable instruments, to file reports of cash transactions exceeding $10,000 (daily aggregate amount), and to report suspicious activity that might signify money laundering, tax evasion, or other criminal activities. After the terrorist attacks of 2001, the US Patriot Act was passed into law by Congress. The Patriot Act augments the BSA with Know Your Customer (KYC) legislation which mandates that Banking institutions be completely aware of their customer’s identities and transaction patterns with a view of monitoring account activity. This webinar discusses the key business issues and technology considerations in moving your AML regime to a Hadoop based infrastructure and the key benefits in doing so.

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    • Security practices for safe mobile money transfers
      Security practices for safe mobile money transfers Tom Meredith (SmartToken Chain), Ali Raza (CCG Catalyst) Recorded: Jul 20 2016 3:00 pm UTC 62 mins
    • Every person on the planet has a mobile phone, but 2 Billion people are “Un-banked”.
      Banks and telecoms are in a Gold Rush to bank the unbanked, but many obstacles remain. Money transfers are some of the most popular transactions made by both the banked and the unbanked. However, building trust in this new service is definitely a challenge.

      Join this panel where discussion points will include:

      -Who has the upper hand: Banks or Carriers?
      -How can Fintech companies ensure trust and security when it comes to mobile money transfers?
      -Global ISO Standards Authenticate ID and Asset Verification
      -ISO Reduces Fraud and Speeds up Asset Transfers
      -What are some of the security challenges new payment services are able to overcome?
      -Are “Standards” emerging to reduce implementation and compliance costs?
      -How do you create cross-border and Inter-bank/carrier transactions?
      -How can banks and telecoms successfully bank the unbanked?

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    • How to Stop Wasting Money and Start Managing Cybersecurity
      How to Stop Wasting Money and Start Managing Cybersecurity Shay Zandani, CEO, Cytegic Recorded: Jan 21 2015 9:00 am UTC 40 mins
    • In today’s world, decision-makers are overwhelmed by the sheer amount of cyber-threat information and cyber-security technologies available.

      CISOs who are tasked with securing business assets in face of rapidly evolving threats, find themselves with insufficient capability to measure the effectiveness and efficiency of their organization security apparatus and equipped with inadequate tools for determining optimal resource allocation, while constantly having to display the risk levels posed by cyber threats to the organizations’ management. It is nearly impossible to estimate if money spent on one technology could have had better security and business impact invested elsewhere.

      This Webinar will present the challenging state of affairs today and will suggest how to remedy the situation using automation, analytical tools and intelligence forecasting and simulation.

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    • Blockchain For Identity Authentication Infrastructure
      Blockchain For Identity Authentication Infrastructure Professor Michael Mainelli, FCCA FCSI FBCS (Z/Yen Group Limited) Recorded: Mar 14 2017 9:00 am UTC 49 mins
    • Mutual distributed ledger (MDL) identity schemes could empower people with personal data storage and management, permission frameworks for access by third parties such as banks insurers or governments, and even distributed reputation ratings.

      Such applications could reduce financial fraud, costs, and crime, and increase returns, confidence, and security. MDLs are uniquely supportive of controlled distribution and sharing of digitally-signed documentation and could form the backbone to identity and authentication systems worldwide. In fact, some claim that identity authentication infrastructure is the ‘killer app’ for MDLs rather than payments.

      While anti-money-laundering/know-your-customer/ultimate-beneficial-ownership processes are arduous for high-net-worth individuals, about 2.4 billion poor people worldwide lack official identification, about 1.5 billion over the age of 14.

      This webinar will examine how MDLs might aid both rich and poor.

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    • Stopping Data Breaches: Show me the money
      Stopping Data Breaches: Show me the money Dave Finger, Director of Product Marketing, Fortinet Recorded: Jun 3 2015 3:00 pm UTC 40 mins
    • Yes, there are annual studies that calculate the cost of the average data breach. And yes, within weeks of a major data breach the headlines shift from number of records lost to estimated cost. So it is unsurprising, if troubling, that a recent survey of enterprise executives indicated that the #1 thing they are most concerned about protecting from cyber attack is customer data. However, there are other important aspects to making a business case for improving your security posture. This webcast will discuss what we feel you should be concerned about losing and why…and it’s not just customer records that require costly breach notification.

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    • Beneficial Ownership - Why the Devil is in the Detail
      Beneficial Ownership - Why the Devil is in the Detail Melaine B. Campbell, Managing Director of Global Compliance Solutions, Dun & Bradstreet Recorded: Sep 20 2016 2:00 pm UTC 36 mins
    • Do you really know your customers, your vendors, and your third parties? Melaine Campbell, Dun & Bradstreet's Managing Director explains why it's important as ever to know who you are really doing business with.

      Beneficial Ownership and Ultimate Beneficial Ownership (UBO) identification and verification are critical requirements for combating everything from financial crime, tax evasion and corruption, fraud and money laundering, to trafficking and terrorist funding.

      In this essential D&B Perspectives Webinar you will learn:
      - The most important regulations and challenges are around Beneficial Ownership
      - Which are the best practices to safeguard your business
      - How accurate data can keep your business safe
      - How to accelerate customer and third party due diligence
      - How D&B can help you uncover who you really are doing business with

      Melaine Campbell is a global authority and writer on business compliance. An experienced lawyer and former prosecutor in the US legal system she has an extensive background in Global Anti-bribery / Anti-corruption and Anti-money laundering and is a widely regarded industry subject matter expert speaking regularly on compliance issues around the world.

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    • AI Deep Learning for Banks
      AI Deep Learning for Banks Bhagvan Kommadi, CEO, Architect Corner Recorded: Apr 11 2017 3:00 pm UTC 38 mins
    • As businesses begin to rely more on data-driven Artificial Intelligence applications, the new applications lead to new business issues, security, and privacy concerns. Each bank also needs to have a transparent system for total audit-ability so one can see who did what, and when. Bank can use AI Deep Learning techniques to identify erroneous or incomplete data to avoid misleading decisions.The new AI applications introduce a number of business, security and privacy issues which will have to be addressed. Neural Network, Natural Language Processing, Image Recognition, Speech Recognition and Sentimental Analysis techniques are Deep Learning techniques used in Banks and Financial Services. AI Deep Learning techniques are used to help with anti-money laundering programs, know-your-customer checks, sanctions list monitoring, billing fraud oversight or other general compliance functions, artificial intelligence can:

      - Improve efficiency
      - Weed out false-positive results
      - Reduce costs and increase profits.
      - Make better use of workers’ time and company resources
      - Help banks handle their compliance monitoring
      - Automate some legal and regulatory work
      - Handle most customer service and improve customer experience
      - Help in detection of Fraud
      - Creates a massive competitive advantage

      Bhagvan Kommadi, Founder, Architect Corner has around 20 years experience spanning in the creation of products & incubation of Product Startups. He has done Masters in Industrial Systems Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology (1997) and Bachelors in Aerospace Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (1993).Architect Corner is in CIO Advisor Top 25 Fast Growing AI startups in APAC for 2017. Architect Corner is part of Citi T4I Growth Accelerator.

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