David Siegel, CEO of Twenty Thirty AG, a blockchain innovation platform, continues his webinar series on crypto-investing with an in-depth look at an ICO (Initial Coin Offering) from the inside. His company is crowdfunding and will launch an ICO soon, and this webinar gives you insights into the process, from writing smart contracts to marketing to legal compliance. Joining him will be some of his team from Twenty Thirty.
It should be an informative look at crypto-crowdfunding and how you might be able to apply it to your business. It's also for investors who want to learn more about the upcoming Twenty Thirty token sale. See www.tokenfactory.io and www.2030.io to learn more.
From paying your rent, to that cup of coffee - every payment in the world goes through a mind-bending number of channels, companies, networks, technologies and sets of eyes. Until recently. New technology in the payments sector, from encryption & authentication to digital currencies and open APIs have opened up new avenues for moving money, and new challenges too.
So join this panel of industry heavyweights as they discuss the world that holds, up the world of money, what challenges lie ahead, and what our world of payments may look like in the future. Featuring:
- Steve Kirsch, CEO & Founder, Token - A revolutionary open Banking platform
- Omri Dahan, Chief Revenue Officer, Marqeta - The innovative payment platform
- Giles Sutherland, VP Product & Strategic Development, Carta Worldwide - A leading digital payment processor & enabler
- David Edwards, Senior Community Manager, BrightTALK (Moderator)
2018 will be a year of change in Financial Services with GDPR, Open Banking and PSD2 looking to shake up the world of banking and payments as we know it.
Attend this debate where we've pulled together a panel of experts who will talk real-world case studies and discuss everything you'll need to stay ahead and capitalise on opportunities brought about by these new regulations.
This session will be filmed at BrightTALK's "Banking on the Future" meet-up on June 20th and will be streamed live from the event.
With the new European Payment Service Directive (PSD2) the most talked about topics are the new access to account (XS2A) options that Payment Initiation Service Providers (PISPs) and Account Information Service Providers (AISPs) will get. But as the Directive not only aims to open the banking infrastructure to foster innovation but at the same time it also aims to increase security and reduce fraud.
To achieve this ambition new requirements for the use of Strong User Authentication (SCA) play a central role of the Directive. The Commission have given the European Banking Authority (EBA) the responsibility to develop Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) for SCA. The process has involved discussion papers, 250+ comments from different parties and by the end of February, the "final draft" version of the SCA RTS was published.
The panel will make sense of the alphabet soup of acronyms and discuss the requirements, the interpretations and the implications of SCA and the RTS.
*What is SCA?
*How can SCA be done?
*Who must do SCA?
*Who can do SCA?
*How will SCA impact transactions and commerce?
The seismic effects of PSD2 will hit banking hard in the next 18 months. And as the regulation lays the foundations for a new era of openness in financial services it is already disturbing the comfortable status quo. Banks will need to manage this revolutionary change and as the clock is ticking ever-louder towards the January 2018 deadline, we must look at what PSD2 involves, why it matters and identify threats and opportunities.
We'll explore how banks can transform and importantly, what happens if they don't. Now is the time - sink or swim, win or lose?
Remember when strong authentication meant a “one-time password” hardware token for your VPN? Now, we’ve got a workforce full of road warriors, access control considerations for new Cloud-based applications, and executives coming out of the woodwork to get their shiny iPad2 on the network. Throw in the current “breach of the day” climate, and you have to think – what’s coming next for authentication?
An insightful panel discussion between the security industry experts below:
Mike Rothman, Analyst and President of Securosis Research
Andrew Moloney, Independent Security Consultant
Doron Cohen, VP Technology, Identity Protection, SafeNet
Mike Smart, EMEA Solutions Director, SafeNet - Facilitator
Remember when strong authentication meant a “one time password” hardware token for your VPN? Now, we’ve got a workforce full of road warriors, access control considerations for new Cloud-based applications, and executives coming out of the woodwork to get their shiny iPad2 on the network. Throw in the current “breach of the day” climate, and you have to think – what’s coming next for authentication?
Join this expert webcast with Securosis and SafeNet, and get pragmatic advice from the best in the business – learn how to prepare and evolve your approach to authentication, and address users and data spilling not just over the four corners of the earth, but up into the Cloud as well.
Topics we’ll cover:
•Hardware or software: how do you choose, and why should you need to?
•Authentication goes Cloud: extending identity federation and SSO to your SaaS applications
•Don’t fear the iPad: credentialing and managing mobile devices without opening security holes
•Controlling the chaos: best practices for striking the balance between security, ease of use, manageability and cost
Last year over $250 million was invested in companies and projects using blockchain technology and cryptographic tokens. This year we have seen about that much again just in the first four months. Token-based investments are rapidly turning into a significant asset class.
David Siegel, CEO of 20|30, will explain what kinds of tokens are being offered, real-life stories of token offerings, how to purchase tokens, how to watch for scams, smart investment strategies, and why you should get in early.
This is a 45-minute presentation with 15 minutes for questions.
The notion of API management in which enterprise architects, app developers,and IT security experts work in harmony is great in theory. The reality, according to new research from Ovum, is much more scattered.
Register today and join Ovum IT Security Analyst Rik Turner, Rami Essaid, CEO of Distil Networks and Shane Ward, Senior Director of Technology at GuideStar as they dig deep into API Security and what it means for your business.
Here’s just some of what you’ll learn in this webinar:
-The importance of CIO and/or CISO visibility into how API security is managed across the enterprise
- How to map your business requirements to your API security strategy
- The How, Where, and Why of API controls such as geo/org fencing, token governance, dynamic access control lists, and advanced rate limiting
- When heavy “application services governance” software suites are the wrong approach
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) is the standard for protecting sensitive systems and credentials. What once was limited to physical tokens and keycodes has expanded into digital tokens, phone applications, and password vaults, all in the effort to offer additional safeguards for critical access points like VPN connectivity and system administrator accounts.
While MFA is now an industry-standard security practice, monitoring and protecting these implementations from exploitation is not widely practiced.
Gathered from the trenches of both our Incident Responders and Red Teamers, here is a quick introduction to the problems faced with common MFA systems, the ways real-world attackers (e.g. APT28 & ATP29) and our Red Team have bypassed or subverted them, and some techniques your team can use to further protect the multi-factor keys to your kingdom.
Register today to learn from our experts.
David is a 22-time serial entrepreneur with 20 years in Silicon Valley and 13 years in New York City starting companies. He has written five books about the web and business. He's an expert in corporate culture, collaboration, innovation, design, typography, data, blockchain, crypto-investing, venture/angel investing, management, business, decentralization, macro economics, and dark chocolate. You can read some of his key essays here:
David is currently starting 20|30, an open platform for blockchain innovation. This is an ask-me-anything format with people typing in questions and david answering. He'll talk about current events in the world of blockchain and innovation, tell stories of working at Pixar, his new token offering, his new legal project, and you never know what will happen, so join the fun on June 1st!
Ask David your most challenging business question - he's happy to offer suggestions.
Cloudflare revealed a serious bug in its software in February, which caused sensitive data like passwords, cookies, authentication tokens to spill in plaintext from websites using Cloudflare Content Delivery Network (CDN).
Join this panel of experts and learn:
- Who is affected by Cloudbleed
- What this means for your organization
- What should you do right away
- How to better protect your data
John Bambenek, Threat Systems Manager at Fidelis Cybersecurity
Jeffrey Goldberg, Chief Defender Against the Dark Arts at Agilebits
Jay Beale, CTO & COO of InGuardians
How do you manage artifacts from Docker, npm, PyPi, Nuget, Vagrant, php and C/C++? Are you able to track them in a single location and do the same for Chef and Puppet? Artifactory 5.1 can do this - and more - with enterprise-ready features that allow you to scale your already Universal repository to contain, manage and deploy Chef recipes and Puppet modules. We also have a host of new exciting features like cluster-license management and access tokens for rapid, automated user management and a supported, seamless on-boarding experience. With Artifactory 5.1, you can bring on new users, teams and tools without fear, and keep your freedom, from dev to Ops.
Who should attend:
Any current user of Artifactory (OSS, Pro or Enterprise) and anyone looking for an artifact repository with unlimited scalability and freedom of choice.
Basic knowledge of JFrog Artifactory
AI ain't a maybe anymore. New payments and mobile commerce conversion strategies are erupting, all in the wake of the impact that AI and bots are having. More than 2.5 billion people worldwide use instant messaging services, and you need to be where your customers are – it's where AI and commerce meet.
Indeed, messaging platforms are revving up to let businesses dive face-first into the buffet of expanded commerce opportunities, letting businesses leverage customized communications like receipts, shipping notifications, and even direct conversations with customer service.
In this interactive VB Live event, we'll dive deep into the latest Bot Insight consumer study to show you why you need to get on board, and take you on a deep dive into how to take a running start, with full C-suite support.
Don't miss out!
In this webinar you'll:
* Dive into the current AI landscape, from free tools to enterprise-class options
* Learn how conversational UI and AI will transform your mobile commerce
* Understand which new platforms are right for your own commerce strategy
* Get the key points to convince your CEO and CFO to put these master class tools in your hands
* Stewart Rogers, Director of Marketing Technology, VentureBeat
* Jonathan Jarvis, CEO, Token
* Wendy Schuchart, Moderator, VentureBeat
Consumer-facing organizations of all types face increasing IT complexity and a future where more applications will have PANs, tokens, and payment tokens flowing in the system. Understanding tokenization is critical to the security of applications, and to having solid justification for reducing audit scope in a tokenized environment.
With newer methods of tokenization such as Apple Pay gaining ground in the marketplace, there is a need to develop deeper technical and architectural understanding of the available methods of protecting PAN data, and how security tokenization fits from the perspective of the end-to-end architecture of payments ecosystems.
In this session our experts will explain how the tokenization system is secured within the network and how it maps tokens into PANs. Attendees will learn:
The latest on PCI 3.0 and updates related to SSL and TLS encryption protocols and vulnerabilities that can put payment data at risk,
Security and PCI-related aspects of payment vs. security tokenization in user networks, and
Gain a deeper understanding of standards and options for protecting PAN data in multi-platform enterprise environments.