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Are Mobile Payment Apps a Boon for Both Customers & Fraudsters?
Wesley Wilhelm, Lead Fraud Subject Matter Expert, Risk & Fraud Management, NICE Actimize
How fraudsters can take advantage of mobile transactions, and how banks can mitigate that risk.
By Wesley Wilhelm, NICE Actimize ,
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5 Myths About Bank IT Security
Bob Olson, Vice President, Global Financial Services, Unisys
Banks have to change the way they think about security in the face of more varied and sophisticated threats. Here's five places to start.
By Bob Olson, Unisys ,
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Fraud Detection & the Customer Experience Continuum
Dr. John Bates, CTO, Intelligent Business Operations & Big Data, Software AG
The key to fraud prevention lies not in the ability to detect, but in its ability to analyze.
By Dr. John Bates CTO, Intelligent Business Operations & Big Data, Software AG,
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Redefining the US Payment System
Bruce Lowthers, Executive Vice President, FIS
How EMV, smartphones, and tokenization are changing the customer experience.
By Bruce Lowthers Executive Vice President, FIS,
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State Governments & the Future of Cyber Security Regulation
Jonathan Camhi, Associate Editor, Bank Systems and Technology
With Washington deadlocked by partisanship, it's falling to states to inspect banks' cyber security practices, and that could mean trouble for some small institutions.
By Jonathan Camhi ,
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Why Bankers Should Think Like Technologists
Jim Eckenrode, Executive Director, Deloitte Center for Financial Services
Banking at its core is a business that manages and prices risk. But it's also increasingly a technology business, as new competitive and cyber security threats show.
By Jim Eckenrode Executive Director, Deloitte Center for Financial Services,
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Interpreting Cyber Risk Trends
Deena Coffman, CEO, IDT911 Consulting
Verizon says 75% of financial sector breaches in the past decade involved web application attacks, DDoS, and card skimming.
By Deena Coffman CEO, IDT911 Consulting,
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Delaying EMV Migration Risks Significant Losses for U.S. Issuers
Mark Rennie Davis, MasterCard,
U.S. card issuers who delay migration to EMV face a rapidly increasing risk of loss, largely due to the impact of fraud migrating from countries where EMV deployment is more advanced. U.S. issuers should begin to make preparations now.
By Mark Rennie Davis, MasterCard ,
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'High Roller' Online Financial Fraud Ring Robs Big Money Bank Accounts
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Senior Editor, Dark Reading
Attackers do their dirty work from their own cloud-based server infrastructure rather than on the victim's PC in order to camouflage the crime.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Senior Editor, Dark Reading,
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Norkom Signs Financial Market Leaders in Britain, Korea.
Orla O'Sullivan,
Co-op CFS and Woori Bank use Norkom Technologies' software to tackle fraud, money laundering.
By Orla O'Sullivan ,
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Santander Starts Global Student Card Roll-Out
Orla O'Sullivan,
A Spanish university is for new EMV chip-cards, for ID, access and payments.
By Orla O'Sullivan ,
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SEPA Kicks Off in EU—With Unintended Fraud Risk
Orla O'Sullivan,
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Fraud-Free Finland Eyes Horizon
Orla O'Sullivan,
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