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January 9, 2019
As the sun rises on 2019, it will also be shining on a new equities exchange application. The launch of Members Exchange (MEMX), founded by a consortium of nine financial services firms, was announced this week, and according to the press release, it will apply for U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approval in early 2019. Given the IEX exchange application approval and the public...
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December 18, 2018
First, there were just usernames. Then came usernames and passwords. Then came multifactor authentication (MFA), which requires something you know, such as a username and password; something you have, such as a one-time password token; or something you are, such as biometrics using your fingerprint or a retina scan. Now frictionless identity access management (IAM) is the “soup du jour” as...
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Alissa Knight
October 31, 2018
Bugs, also referred to as software vulnerabilities, are flaws that can be abused to cause a system or software to have unintended behaviors that disclose sensitive information, negatively impact availability, or provide unauthorized access. These bugs are what malicious hackers use to successfully achieve their after-action goals in a long kill chain of steps. Thus, the life cycle of a...
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Alissa Knight
October 23, 2018
I've seen a lot of board rooms over the last 18 years and have met with boards of directors for companies with as few as 100 employees and companies with as many as 50,000 employees. In every one of these meetings, I've been asked the inevitable, arguably rhetorical question, "Are we secure yet?" No cybersecurity engineer or chief information security officer (CISO) looks forward to this...
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Alissa Knight
October 22, 2018
“Dear password, we’ve been together for over 28 years now. As a matter of fact, you were my first authentication mode. You made sense at one point in my life when I needed something that simply just worked. Now, you aren’t enough for me ; I need more — something you can’t offer. It’s time for me to move on and leave you in my past. We grew up together since telnet; we worked perfectly together...
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Alissa Knight
October 17, 2018
Aite Group’s inaugural Financial Crime Forum was held in Charlotte, North Carolina, last month. This annual forum is dedicated to improving financial crime fighting efforts in the financial services industry. The forum consisted of panel discussions led by industry experts from both vendors and financial services organizations; they addressed fraud and anti-money laundering (AML) best practices...
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Tony Kaus
September 25, 2018
FinovateFall 2018 is upon us, and it’s fitting that it’s happening in New York City, the center of the universe for many things; certainly this week it’s the center of the fintech universe. More than 80 companies will have seven minutes to show how they can improve the space and move the industry forward. Beyond the individual demos, the collection of presenting companies paints a picture of...
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September 19, 2018
To borrow a line from InsureTech Connect’s closing act by Salt-n-Pepa on October 3, 2018, in Las Vegas, it’s time to “Push It,” insurance industry! Of course, I am referring to boundaries, investments, partnerships, and the ability to open your mind. Insurance carriers across the globe are struggling with the need to change—change being a very broad term. We are seeing change in the form of...
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Samantha Chow
September 13, 2018
Hurricane Florence will once again expose the challenges insurance carriers face with the National Flood Insurance Program. It is shaping up to be a major storm, likely causing damage and flooding throughout North and South Carolina. While my first thoughts go out to all of those affected by this storm, we will soon begin focusing on the recovery efforts. Once again, the insurance industry will...
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August 14, 2018
Bad guys beware! Many of the best minds in financial crime will converge in Charlotte, North Carolina, on September 27 for Aite Group’s Financial Crime Forum. The day will be filled with interactive panel discussions as financial crime and fraud executives from Bank of America, Citibank, U.S. Bank, Navy Federal, BBVA Compass, Ally Financial, and many more institutions tackle the following topics...
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