Moody’s Analytics helps capital markets and risk management professionals worldwide respond to an evolving marketplace with confidence. Choosing the right technologies to capture, analyze and customize data is crucial to the company’s offerings. In this webinar, you’ll learn:
The nuances involved in figuring out the initial data strategy problem
The challenges Moody’s faced when searching for the “silver bullet” technology
Where NoSQL fits into Moody’s data strategy roadmap
Gabe will take you through their NoSQL evaluation process and why they are choosing NoSQL to power their enterprise data strategy.
The FFIEC is frequently alerting financial institutions to watch out for cyber attacks. For most financial institutions, it’s no longer a question of “if” but “when” they’ll be attacked.
If you’re like most financial institutions, you have controls that identify breaches, but need proper procedures that’ll enable you to recover from such an event. In addition, you now face regulatory guidance for developing cyber resilience within your security program. Your ability to respond quickly to cyber security incidents is critical to limiting the impact of a breach on your operations.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss the current threats across the financial marketplace and explore strategies for implementing a successful incident response program as outlined in the FFIEC’s cyber resilience guidance.
Key points to be covered include:
Review of key industry cyber security trends affecting financial institutions
Overview of recent FFIEC regulations on cyber resilience
Critical steps in planning, preparing, and responding to an incident
Banks face constantly evolving cyber security threats, driving the need for vigilance, deep threat assessments and associated risk analysis of critical IT and network infrastructures. Leveraging a services provider, with dedicated and experienced managed security and analytics capabilities, helps banks cover their own resource gaps and build a secure, compliant environment in which to operate.
Attend this webinar and:
Explore the constantly evolving cyber security landscape and the challenges many banks face in trying to address these threats without the requisite experience and skill sets
Hear how IT compliance skills are not easily trained or acquired and the compliance burden on CIOs has increased without a corresponding increase in resources
Review how a complete security program needs to have dedicated resources in place to continually monitor the constantly changing threat landscape
Examine best practices regarding deep threat assessments and risk analysis of critical IT and network infrastructures, and the additional insights arising
Learn how a dedicated services provider, with security and analytics expertise, can help you address these challenges cost-effectively and without the need for large scale capital outlays.
In today’s always-on, cloud-enabled world, financial service providers are developing a slew of new digital financial products, payment methods, and cloud-based and mobile solutions. As a result, banks, insurers and other financial service providers are exchanging more data than ever both within the enterprise and outside their firewalls with customers and partners. Increasingly these stakeholders need the ability to see, understand and control the data flows that are driving their business interactions. But the massive amounts of sensitive data being generated and exchanged also must be carefully managed to ensure regulatory compliance, enhance efficiency and minimize exposure risks. In this webinar, we examine what it takes to optimally and securely integrate and control financial data flows throughout the enterprise and beyond.
What you’ll learn:
How the new era of digital business is changing the way financial service providers interact with their customers and partners.
What challenges financial service providers face in managing the ever-increasing flow of data being generated and used.
The key elements required to deliver exceptional digital experiences.
What technology and tools are available to deal with the challenges and facilitate digital transformation.
What to look for when picking a financial integration platform partner to work with.
How an API-enabled integration platform can provide the enterprise-grade control, visibility and security capabilities financial services providers need to integrate and govern data flows and handle future volumes.
Can your bank aggregate and report risk in a matter of minutes or hours? BCBS239 guidelines set that goal for January 1, 2016. Yet most banks face real compliance challenges due to legacy IT architectures that often include multiple, possibly conflicting data sources.
Are you ready?
Join us for a discussion with industry experts who will shed light on steps banks can take to ensure BCBS239 compliance.
You will learn how to:
Create a solution architecture designed to enable single source provisioning of risk, finance, customer, financial crime and compliance information
Rationalize fragmented data and analytical processes
Create cross enterprise transparency of data, rules and results
Automate complex, costly data quality, GL reconciliation and model risk management processes
Enable a demonstrably maintainable, metadata driven governance environment across LoBs and operations
Are you prepared for the unequivocal single source of the truth?
Bank Systems & Technology Dec. 2, 2014BS&T's 2014 Elite 8 executives are leading their banks to success, whether it involves leveraging the cloud, modernizing core systems, or transforming into digital enterprises.