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Protecting Your Revenue, Reputation and Meeting Regulatory Requirements

Join this panel of seasoned cyber security executives as they discuss the trends shaping the fintech security landscape in 2017.

From getting the most out of your investments, to meeting regulatory requirements while reducing risk and improving your cybersecurity posture, join the discussion and learn the latest on:
- Creating a risk based roadmap to allow for prioritizing of resources and projects for the best outcome
- Understanding and inventorying your most critical assets (upstream and downstream) from Customers’ Data to dependent/supporting systems
- Updates on breach expenses and impacts to a company’s reputation
- Evolving regulatory requirements in a common way to map to a security framework of common investment

Panel Moderator:
- Doug Howard, VP Global Services, RSA; Prior VP of Security and Business Continuity at AT&T

Panelists:
- Steve Bergman, Sr. Partner, Fortium Partners; Prior CIO Easter Seals and Goodwill Industries
- Marty Colburn, Managing Partner, Cloud Partners; Prior CTO FINRA
- Larry Whiteside, Co-founder and VP, International Consortium of Minority Cybersecurity Professionals (ICMCP); advisor and board member multiple security companies
Recorded May 16 2017 62 mins
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    When it comes to investing in AI, Machine Learning and the cloud in financial services, there is a balance between investing in a service that will Increase revenue and reduce costs without adding more complexity.

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    - How to define value
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  • Nimbleness in the Cloud: Agility and Speed Create Value Recorded: May 27 2021 55 mins
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    The pandemic has decentralized businesses across the globe and consumers have been forced to conduct their financial lives in the digital world. Financial Service consumers have changed and so have their expectations. Is your business positioned to adapt to new consumer expectations and the pace at which they will change?

    Gain an understanding of how you can leverage the benefits of the cloud to create nimble capabilities over three core themes:
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    Creating a partner network to offer more to you customers with ease.
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    We're in a digital economy where data is more valuable than ever. Cost-effective and efficient data storage, super fast and affordable processors, plus advancements in AI and other data-centric sciences have made it possible to extract massive value out of data. It is no surprise that the most valuable companies in the world are all data-driven. They are offering top-notch services for free in exchange for some personal data. Considering this, nowadays, the "data is the new currency" concept is more precise than "the oil" analogy. How accurate is that statement, though?

    We will go through this by exploring how to leverage data to get the most of it and discuss the following:
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  • The Evolution of Digital Payments: Entering a New Era Recorded: May 25 2021 41 mins
    Aly Madhavji, Berhan Kongel, Chris Robinson + more TBD
    The landscape of payments has been impacted drastically over the past 12 months as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Accenture has predicted that $7 trillion worth of transactions will have moved from Cash on Delivery (COD) to cards and digital payments by 2023. The very fabric of the payments industry has shifted, and as COD transactions decline, and the world of ecommerce and online payments increasingly becomes more popular, it is crucial to stay up to date with trends, tools, and considerations. As the industry continues to evolve, considerations from customer experience to data security have never been more important.

    In this panel, we’ll take a look at the payments industry, and what it means to be in a ‘payment revolution’.

    Join expert thought leaders as they discuss:
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    - How to protect customer experience, when the landscape of payments is constantly changing

    Speakers:
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    Berhan Kongel, CEO, Arf
    Chris Robinson, Sendry.io
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  • Mobile: Payments’ New Best Friend Recorded: May 25 2021 62 mins
    Nick Raper, Neil Garner, Riten Gohil & Jonathan Vaux
    2021 has seen digital payments adoption continue to grow exponentially. Payments regulations intended to protect consumers from fraud are more important than ever. One such regulation is Strong Customer Authentication (SCA), part of the Second Payment Services Directive (PSD2). Yet, research from CMSPI found that 24% of online card transactions could fail when 3DS is introduced. Moreover, research from Nuapay shows that 52% of UK consumers choose their payment method based on convenience and ease of use. With all this in mind, how do businesses balance the need for reliable, frictionless customer experiences with secure payment alternatives.

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    Alpesh Doshi (Fintricity) & Jussi Tommola (YellowMay)
    The COVID-19 pandemic has exerted a toll on all industries, and insurance was no exception. Embedded insurance has given access to new markets for insurers. This in turn has given customers the option to access insurance products that they would not be able to get in the new markets.

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    3. The market opportunities presented by embedded financial insurance?

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  • New Challenge Ahead: Whistleblowing in FinTech-SMEs Wanted Recorded: May 24 2021 47 mins
    Dr. Thomas Altenbach, CEO & Founder, LegalTegrity
    The latest trends in digital whistleblowing solutions to improve SME's compliance and risk management.

    Every year, companies incur high losses due to economic crimes. Many crimes happen unnoticed in the company itself; fraud, theft and data misuse are most frequently committed by the company's own employees or managers. Financial Services is one of the highest regulated sectors and therefore of utmost importance for FinTechs. One core solution is to rely on social control by one's own colleagues: Open or anonymous information from whistleblowers can save board members and managing directors a lot of trouble and money.

    FinTech companies are highly innovative, they demand digital, innovative solutions to fulfill the demands of regulations: An EU directive from 2019 obliges companies with more than 50 employees or an annual turnover of more than 10 million euros to set up internal reporting channels that ensure the whistleblower’s anonymity.

    Join us to learn about
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    -The advantage of digital whistleblowing solutions
    -The requirements of the EU whistleblowing directive
    -What you need to know about the implementation for immediate benefit
  • Regulatory Breaches: Adaptable technology for a changing market? Recorded: May 24 2021 34 mins
    Karim Ali, CEO, Framework Private Equity Investment Data Management
    The increase in investors pouring money into the Private Assets (PA) market, has seen regulatory bodies enforcing stricter measures to regulate and protect their investments. The responsiveness of PA market tends to be reactive, adapting its investment processes and operational infrastructure, post any new or updated mandated regulatory change. The real question is: are PA software systems supporting the market’s efforts to appease the regulators to remain compliant, in order to protect its biggest commodity – its investors?
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    Join our session as we discuss:
    Investment Monitoring
    The ever-changing regulatory landscape
    The need to improve operational efficiencies for:
    Portfolio Management
    Data Analysis
    Reporting

    The importance of data centralisation and management
    Centralisation of multiple data sources and processing
    Lack of clarity and standardisation in ESG Data

    Flexible software for regulatory evolution
    Software adapting to regulatory changes
    ESG
    SFDR
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    Muddu Sudhakar, Co-Founder & CEO, Aisera
    In today’s digital economy, fintech and financial services providers are looking for ways to meet varying customer service needs and preferences to deliver 24/7 proactive, real-time service resolutions to customers. The best modern support experiences leverage AI to give customers a personalized and seamless experience across all channels.

    Emerging Conversational Intelligence technologies have evolved from rule-based chatbots and have introduced next-gen Conversational AI for autonomous customer interactions and Conversational RPA for streamlining business processes. Conversational AI and Conversational RPA help organizations auto-resolve customer requests and automate business workflows, tasks and actions, improving internal service desk productivity while boosting customer satisfaction.

    Key Takeaways:
    Why chatbots evolved to Conversational AI for instant user self-service
    What it takes to leverage out-of-the-box AI solutions to accelerate service delivery
    How Conversational AI and RPA improves user experiences at scale for 24/7 business continuity and support
  • Artificial Intelligence: Overview of FinTech leveraging AI based models Recorded: Feb 25 2021 59 mins
    Oender Boyman, Investment Principal, Swiss Post Ventures
    The FinTech industry is gaining momentum in disrupting the financial services industry. Artificial intelligence on the other side has been around for some time and has been used by Big Tech companies to establish themselves in their respective industries. To gain a competitive edge FinTechs are increasingly leveraging AI based models.

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  • Data & Analytics: How can Fintechs Build & Leverage Data Platforms? Recorded: Feb 25 2021 60 mins
    Alpesh Doshi, Founder, Fintricity & Daniel Pass, CTO, Perenna
    As we move into 2021, fintechs are getting stronger. However, developing a modern scalable architecture and solution in the cloud still poses a problem. We will discuss new approaches for leveraging data and how to build a modern data platform and solution.

    Join us as we discuss:
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    -Top 3 areas to consider when thinking about data
    -What strategies do you use to think about data in your business?
    -Principles of new architecture thinking for data

    Speakers:
    Alpesh Doshi, Founder, Fintricity
    Daniel Pass, CTO, Perenna
  • Safeguarding Customer and Financial Data in Analytics and Machine Learning Recorded: Feb 24 2021 61 mins
    Ulf Mattsson, Chief Security Strategist, Protegrity
    Digital Transformation and the opportunities to use data in Analytics and Machine Learning are growing exponentially, but so too are the business and financial risks in Data Privacy. The increasing number of privacy incidents and data breaches are destroying brands and customer trust, and we will discuss how business prioritization can be benefit from a finance-based data risk assessment (FinDRA).

    More than 60 countries have introduced privacy laws and by 2023, 65% of the world’s population will have its personal information covered under modern privacy regulations. We will discuss use cases in financial services that are finding a balance between new technology impact, regulatory compliance, and commercial business opportunity. Several privacy-preserving and privacy-enhanced techniques can provide practical security for data in use and data sharing, but none universally cover all use cases. We will discuss what tools can we use mitigate business risks caused by security threats, data residency and privacy issues. We will discuss how technologies like pseudonymization, anonymization, tokenization, encryption, masking and privacy preservation in analytics and business intelligence are used in Analytics and Machine Learning.

    Organizations are increasingly concerned about data security in processing personal information in external environments, such as the cloud; and information sharing. Data is spreading across hybrid IT infrastructure on-premises and multi-cloud services and we will discuss how to enforce consistent and holistic data security and privacy policies. Increasing numbers of data security, privacy and identity access management products are in use, but they do not integrate, do not share common policies, and we will discuss use cases in financial services of different techniques to protect and manage data security and privacy.
  • How to achieve a ROI using Blockchain and Digital Banking and Payments Recorded: Feb 24 2021 30 mins
    Aly Madhavji, Managing Partner, Blockchain Founders Fund
    Join to discover:
    - Trials, POC’s and full-deployments of blockchain technology in real corporate business processes
    - Examples outlining the benefits of implementing blockchain technology
    - How start-ups, businesses, and individuals can apply these trends in their organization
  • A Toolbook for Modernizing Financial Services Data Security Policies Recorded: Feb 24 2021 63 mins
    Rob Clyde, Carol Nolan Drake, Jamie Wells & Ulf Mattsson
    In 2020, the importance of privacy to consumers increased as the pandemic drove digital engagements, according to Deloitte. The media drives awareness of security breaches, making consumers hesitant to share personal data unless incentivized. When they do, they are at risk because data privacy policies are not comprehensive at some financial institutions. Communications regulations are followed, but they often lack personalization and transparency. Data treatment is also an issue, as employees often contribute to security breaches.

    New digital banks offer more transparency and a more modern customer experience, so consumers leave traditional banks. How can more financial services institutions create data privacy policies that keep their customers safe & reduce churn?

    Join this webinar to understand:
    The importance of a data security policy for financial institutions
    How to obtain and handle external data effectively.
    How to manage internal data effectively.
    How to reduce the frequency and impact of employee-created breaches

    Speakers:
    Rob Clyde, Chair - Board of Directors, ISACA
    Carol Nolan Drake, Founder & President/CEO, Carlow Consulting LLC
    Jamie Wells, Director of Solutions Consulting, Tealium
    Ulf Mattsson, Chief Security Strategist, Protegrity
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