Archive for tag: Banking Security

Gearing up for the future of payments

October 20, 2014

By Banking Tech The world of global payments is being transformed. Indeed, by 2020, the payments landscape is likely to be unrecognizable, having been shaped by a number of factors, foremost among which are technological innovation and evolving customer demand. It is essential for banks to ensure they have the right strategies and technology in […]

Identity Safety in Banking Award Winners

October 20, 2014

From www.banknews.com October 13 – Criminals are fueling their assault on consumers’ checking and savings accounts with targeted data breaches and malware attacks, which are lucrative sources of account credentials and financial information. Their success was undeniable, as existing non‐card fraud (ENCF) nearly tripled from 2012 to 2013, and resulted in total loss of $5 […]

Improve Customer Engagement With E-Signatures

October 20, 2014

By Tommy Petrogiannis Banks are using e-signatures to create a compliant, secure, and enforceable electronic transaction model. Economic pressures, regulatory oversight, and shifting customer expectations have permanently changed the financial services industry. Banks, credit unions, mortgage lenders, and retail finance companies are now challenged with balancing cost-reduction against new investments in innovation to better capture, […]

To Build a Data-Driven Organization, Executives Must Create a Data-Centric Culture

October 14, 2014

Data discipline starts from the top. By Don Campbell – Commentary In March 2014, the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) FinTech Society conducted a research study with financial services and financial technology organizations on their adoption of data science as a way to drive new revenues and lower operating costs revealed an industry in transition. […]

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