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  • Chainalysis 08.09 How to mitigate cryptio risks

    How to mitigate crypto risks with the right data-driven compliance strategy


    Despite increased adoption of cryptocurrency across the world, some financial institutions continue to hold back from banking cryptocurrency businesses and investing resources to capitalize on its opportunities, in part because of the perception that it is impossible to control for illicit activity. 

  • Napier 13.07 Instant payments

    Instant payments need instant screening


    Everyday millions, if not billions, of transactions flow through the financial system. At the same time the consumer and commercial demand for instant payments is increasing, shrinking the transaction processing window.

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    Outbound email: Microsoft 365’s security blind spot


    Why isn’t Microsoft 365 stopping more outbound email data breaches? Understand its security limitations - and learn how to protect your business.

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    Old school anonymization is out, synthetic data is in


    The world is changing, and anonymous data is not anonymous anymore.

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    How innovators outperform competitors in banking


    2021 will be a hard year for the financial sector. The winning strategy is to accelerate digital transformation: build on customer trust and establish true data-centricity by developing synthetic data capabilities to produce accurate and privacy-compliant synthetic truths to be used as drop-in placement for sensitive, raw data.

  • Privitar 23.02 Becoming a data driven bank

    Becoming a Data-Driven Bank with Privacy at the Core

    Leveraging sensitive data to deliver insights and product innovation is more important to running a profitable bank than ever before. This increased demand for sensitive data is creating a strain on existing processes as regulations continue to restrict how and for what personal data can be used.

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    Deutsche Bank agrees to pay $130m to resolve fraud and corruption case


    Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay fines and penalties totalling more than $130m to avoid criminal prosecution in the United States on charges it took part in a bribery scheme to win business in Saudi Arabia.

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    Regulatory Focus


    Regulatory Focus with Michelle Crotty, Chief Capavility Officer at Serious Fraud Office

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    Sharing Experience Across Industries


    A panel of speakers present and then discuss both the specific issues related to their three different sectors – fintech; investment management and cryptocurrency - and also those challenges they have in common.

  • regtech Identifying, verifying and authenticating customers

    Identifying, verifying and authenticating customers in banking


    GRC World Forums looks at some of the identification and verification technologies currently being used to ensure privacy and security in an increasingly complex banking landscape while ensuring user experience remains positive.

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    The skills needed in the FinCrime team of the future


    Becky Marriott’s financial crime fighting journey to date includes working on security in warzones, threat intelligence at the 2012 Olympics, tracing global sanction evasion networks and investigating ISIS. Now at digital banking services provider Tide, Marriott discusses the skills needed to equip the financial crime teams of the future.

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    SARs system is ineffective at uncovering money laundering, warns United Nations panel


    The system under which banks report suspicious activity has uncovered “very few” instances of money laundering, corruption or other financial crimes, a United Nations (UN) panel report has said.

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    Accelerating Sensitive Data Analysis for Financial Services


    Financial service organizations have a wealth of sensitive data that enables them to create new products, drive improved customer experience, and manage risk across the enterprise. While this data is of great value, many companies have developed policies that dramatically slow time to data away or destroy its analytical utility in response to the ever-increasing threats, both internal and external. 

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    Steve Wright: GDPR Advisor to Bank of England


    The PrivSec Podcast is a series of discussions that covers the complete privacy, data protection and security spectrum, featuring subject matter experts.

  • Open banking and GDPR

    Open banking and GDPR, is there a clash?


    Open banking is here, that means you can give third parties access to the data held about you by your bank. GDPR is to be enforceable come May of this year, this regulation protects customer privacy. But is there a clash between the two regulations?