A strong IT security program is essential to ensure that customer data is protected during and after the migration.
The name is as cynical as it is criminal: Fraud-as-a-Service. But here’s how banks will bolster their efforts to protect customer information.
In the wake of Europe’s most sweeping data regulation, it’s time for banks in the U.S. to take a reality check on their security practices.
Fraudsters won’t stand still. But that doesn’t mean banks have to stand for it.
Getting data to produce a powerful competitive advantage is within reach if you have the right tools at your disposal.
For banks, advanced algorithms hold the keys to keeping customer data safe—an imperative as high-profile hacks continue to make headlines.
Rather than worrying, banks should find new ways to keep culture, clients and collaboration front and center.
When it comes to fighting cybercrime, many banks remain at a loss as the bad guys ramp up executive impersonation scams, exploit third-party vendor access, and attack via fileless malware.