Jonathan Knudsen
Apr 12, 2021

By prioritizing the most pressing and potentially dangerous weaknesses, developers could optimize their time in closing security gaps.

Inefficiencies such as a bank’s disjointed data systems, manual processing of authentication for new account openings or outdated payment processes don’t just cause headaches for employees and customers alike — they also play directly into the hands of fraudsters.

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Consumer borrowing is at a record $14 trillion in the U.

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In 2019, banks made significant strides in implementing electronic signatures to push forward into the next phase of the digital transformation movement and meet the demands of modern consumers.

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We all verify our identity every day, often multiple times per day.

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The times, as Bob Dylan once crooned in that raspy nasal whine, are a-changing—and no more so than in the ways bank customers make payments.

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Faster, smoother, more-open payments systems are coming our way thanks to a little something called an API.

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In the early- to mid-1900s, banking and excitement went together, well … like water and oil.

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Data can yield great value for banks and even more for customers.

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We are once again facing digital transformation the likes of which we haven’t seen in a decade.

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Improving net income takes more than just reducing expenses and raising fees.

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