Endpoint Security - New Challenges, New NeedsRead more >
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Endpoint Security - New Challenges, New Needs WebinarRead more >
It’s been a busy year in the Money Transfer industry, and even though some light has been shed over the regulatory landscape; banks and money service businesses are still facing challenges in terms of regulations, examiner’s expectations, compliance and risk management obligations, and bridging the gap between brick-and-mortar and the digital environment.
But the board is set, so it’s time for action.
With a setting such as this, we are looking to industry experts for guidance to navigate these unchartered waters, to understand how to go about some of these challenges, and to prepare our organizations to make the best of the opportunities that will arise from them.
Join Kathy Tomasofsky, Director at Money Service Businesses Association, David Landsman, Executive Director at National Money Transmitters Association, and David Schwartz, CEO at Florida International Bankers Association, in discussing:
1. Compliance with FinCEN’s CDD Rule
2. KYC Challenges in online environments
The transition to network functions virtualization (NFV) is top of mind for the wireless industry. Reduced CAPEX & OPEX as well as greater flexibility and speed are among the many promises. However, it has become clear that the journey is going to be anything but smooth. Still-evolving standards, inter-operability challenges, stability and performance are only some of the many concerns. And for good reason. In this fluid, rapidly changing environment, testing becomes of paramount importance. The scope of testing, however, must go beyond just traditional network functions testing. Test methodologies must become NFV-centric and incorporate testing of NFV’s specific aspects, such as elasticity, service chaining and VNF lifecycle management, among others. Test solutions must integrate seamlessly into the NFV framework—with particular emphasis on automation.
Join us for a webinar to learn more about the testing challenges with NFV and EXFO’s approach to addressing them.
What’s you’ll learn:
-Overview of the technology and current industry status
-Potential challenges and pitfalls with NFV rollouts
-The role of testing in addressing these challenges and pitfalls
-Specific use cases
Over the past couple years Sitecore has collaborated with MeetTheBoss TV to interview over 100 marketing executives from some of the world’s most famous brands on their biggest marketing challenges. Find out how these global brands are effectively turning customer data into deep insight that can be leveraged to deliver better brand experiences.Read more >
There is a great adoption of cloud technologies by companies, and there is an exponential growing demand for digital services. What are the greatest challenges (that aren't solved yet) that come along with this and how will they change the future cloud? In this two minute interview David is going to share his thoughts in regards to cloud, IoT and what challenges dominate these two areas.Read more >
Security Challenges in a hybrid cloud environmentHydrid ModelRead more >
Learn about the $1 Million Big Data Ready Challenge and why you should enter.Read more >
Enterprise Hadoop applications require continuous operation in the face of complete data center failure. To address this, businesses have taken a multi-data center, global approach to Hadoop.
In addition, organizations have begun to utilize multi-directional data sharing between clusters to get more out of their existing infrastructure.
In this webinar, we'll examine storage and compute challenges in operating Hadoop over a WAN, and lay out the blueprint for an ideal solution.
According to Pulse, over 84% of Digital Transformation efforts are failing. Companies are worried about how they balance legacy systems while keeping pace with new nimble players in the Cloud Era.
How do you overcome the traditional silos between IT and the business to achieve success in Digital Transformation? What are the challenges politically, technically, and operationally that need to be overcome to turn your cloud vision into transformation reality?
Join our host Jeanne Morain, Author & Cloud/Digital Strategist and her special guests Aditya Vasudevan, Co-Founder, appOrbit and Chris Orlando, Co-Founder & Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, ScaleMatrix, as they explore the top 5 challenges and solutions both they and/or their customers have faced to achieve success in Digital Transformation, both from an IT and a business management perspective.
Of the 100 million Americans who consume gluten-free products, only around 25 percent have a gluten intolerance or wheat allergy (or believe they do)*. Therefore, those who voluntarily go gluten-free are driving market growth. To satisfy the quality demands of these consumers, it is essential to replicate the experience, shelf life and nutrition of gluten-containing products. This presentation will focus on the functionality of flours, starches, proteins and hydrocolloids in gluten-free products, along with case studies and formulation guidelines to offer high-quality solutions to gluten-free challenges.
*Ingredion Proprietary Research, Mintel, 2016
Matthew McKenna, CEO & VP of Key Accounts, SSH CommunicationsRead more >
Darran Rolls, CTO, Sailpoint TechnologiesRead more >
Join Commvault Channel Systems Engineers Marc Lucas and Sukh Dhillon in a session dedicated to “Meeting the Challenges of GDPR in a Hybrid Cloud”.
Amongst the topics under discussion will be:
• The benefits of a Hybrid Cloud
• Simplifying the Move to Azure
• Why You Should Care About GDPR
• The Data Challenges of GDPR
• GDPR and Cloud Adoption
With a world with a lot of people without the ability to prove their identity, there is a lot of talk about sovereign identity, and the use of blockchain for this purpose.
The presentation will look at the identity challenges, and explore how and if blockchain can have a role in addressing these challenges.
Today most companies collect more data than ever and as we all know: data is the new oil. However gaining insights and turning them into action is easier said than done. In my experience this is a challenge for many companies, including innovative FinTechs.
In order to create a data driven business and organisational culture it is important to integrate data collection and an appreciation for data driven truth from the starting of a venture. This webinar is a brief overview of the hurdles and challenges BI faces in growing FinTech companies and how they can be overcome. Furthermore this webinar will briefly mention new BI trends and tools and how they could impact businesses.
A tale as old as time: the want and need to move money, transfer it. And for the last 150 years that need has been met by the Money Transfer Industry. Today, this need is still as relevant as it was back then when the first money transfer took place, and so are the businesses providing that service. The Money Transfer Industry is, in fact, fundamental for the world economic activity.
Much has happened since that first wire transfer: migration trends changes, de-risking, technology innovations, new business models, stricter regulations, higher regulators’ expectations, and the rise of FinTech; but the role of Money Transfer Organizations is just as important as ever; or maybe even more.
With an outlook such as this, we are looking to industry experts for guidance to navigate these unknown waters. To understand the trends that will be defining the Industry in 2017, and how you can make sure your organization is ready the face the challenges, and make the best of the opportunities to come.
Join Hugo Cuevas-Mohr, Director at IMTC Conferences and Mohr World Consulting; Fernando Fayzano, CEO at Pontual Money Services; and Jose Caldera (moderator) VP of Products at IdentityMind Global in discussing:
- The top of mind issues that are keeping Industry leaders busy (and up at night) in 2017
- AML and Fraud Prevention: strengthening your processes through technology
- De-Risking: What’s in store for the year ahead?
- Land ahoy! - The promise of new markets: the unbanked and underbanked
- Going digital: What it means to your business
Global financial services firms are making final preparations to implement the multiple data demands of MiFID II and PRIIPS. Join our panel of experts from HSBC Securities Services as they discuss the necessity for Legal Entity Identifiers and ISINs, the latest developments on imminent European product cost transparency requirements, and how new digital technologies might play a greater role in simplifying the regulatory data challengeRead more >
The healthcare industry is transitioning to adjust to a more digitally reliant world. As healthcare organisations convert from a fee-for-service industry to a value-based payment model, they need to have modern technologies to support all aspects of clinical and financial operations. Healthcare administrators need the right technological tools to improve operations, address patient care more effectively, and solve industry challenges.
A modern BI&A platform can offer advanced analytics solutions for the healthcare industry in a variety of applications, providing whole-system analytics to bring together clinical, operational, and financial data.
In this webinar, presenters Ronald van Loon and Angelika Klidas will discuss:
•Trends and challenges within the healthcare industry.
•Relevant use cases for BI&A platforms within a modern healthcare environment.
---Effectively addressing patient satisfaction levels and experiences.
---Population health and care management for best possible outcomes.
---Measuring quality scores and outcomes for healthcare best practice compliance.
---Provider performance analysis across care continuum.
---Improving labour utilization and evaluation.
---Focusing on patient and clinical care from an operational position.
•Increasing the value of healthcare data via a modern BI&A platform.
Please join presenters Ronald van Loon and Angelika Klidas at the conclusion of the webinar for an interactive Q&A.
This first session will be based around the Global Workforce Study which shows the real numbers that expose the challenges facing UK companies in the wake of a global cyber-security shortfall. How can the UK become a haven for cyber-security and compete against the rest of the world for the best talent? What are the answers to building a viable, strong and competent cyber-security team? Is there enough being done to home-grow our own cyber-security workforce or will we need to talent from overseas and is that even possible with the challenges Brexit will bring?
Speakers include: Adrian Davis Managing Director, EMEA at (ISC)²; Ian Glover, President at CREST; Quentyn Taylor, Director of Information Security at Canon for Europe, Warwick Ashford, Security Editor at Computer Weekly.
In the 1993 Supreme Court case of Daubert v. Merrell Dow, the court established a new standard for the admissibility of expert testimony in federal court. Following this decision, the Daubert standard has been a critical hurdle in disputes over the admissibility of financial expert testimony in commercial and securities litigation.
During the past 10 years since the Supreme Court affirmed the Daubert case, most experts have experienced a Daubert challenge, which resulted in the expert testimony being limited or completely excluded. This webcast will, in part, focus on how to avoid a Daubert challenge or at least minimize its consequences.
This webcast will provide an update on the role of Daubert in cases involving financial expert testimony. Our panel will examine recent case law applying Daubert to such cases, as well as key concepts of damage theory in commercial litigation such as the “But For” concept, lost profit damages, destruction of business damages, causation, reasonable certainty/speculation, and reasonable foreseeability/hindsight.
In addition, the panel will discuss an actual case study focusing on key damage issues, past financial performance, and the ability of the claimant to penetrate the market or raise debt/equity capital. Finally, the panel will present key observations about the case study illustrating key Daubert issues as they relate to damages.
Out of nearly 300 payment card data breaches investigated by Verizon between 2010 and 2016, not one of the organizations was fully PCI DSS compliant at the time of their breach. When organizations start with a robust security program, the PCI DSS compliance they achieve is supported by a program that allows them to maintain that compliance and be in the best position to secure their customers’ information. Without the proper security tools and expertise in place, businesses expose themselves to the risks of damage to their reputation, brand, and financial health. So how do you stay on top of PCI compliance?
We sit down with Mike Santimaw, Vice President of Information Security, Innovation Labs & Corporate Solutions at Rent-A-Center, as he discusses the PCI challenges faced when making the business transition to a cloud-first approach. You’ll gain first-hand experience on the steps taken to maintain compliance for their digital presence and in over 3,000 stores across North America, while enabling customer experience innovation.
Claim your spot and learn about:
• The business consequences and impact when not PCI DSS compliant
• The key steps for maintaining an effective security program and PCI compliance in a hybrid environment
• The benefits to leveraging managed security for compliance mandates