Some of the biggest risks facing any large bank come from within, such as human error or mischievous traders. Risk management consultant and author Andrew Waxman discusses how cognitive psychology and augmented intelligence offer help.
As financial institutions seek to make a digital transformation to capture new opportunities through channels such as online banking, it becomes increasingly critical to both provide a seamless user experience and help protect against online fraud. Download to learn more.
Two related and equally humiliating cases of high-level bankers completely falling for fake emails illustrate the dangers of social engineering and the need to better protect executives and other employees from themselves.
The Trump administration must weigh risks to national security in its review of the $1.2 billion deal. Its decision will shed light on whether — given the president’s “America First” rhetoric — Chinese investment is still welcome in the U.S. financial services sector.
Leaked documents appear to show NSA analysts were able to hack into Middle Eastern banks’ servers through the Swift service bureau EastNets. The same tools could conceivably be used by cybercriminals and nation-states with more sinister motives.
Banks are undergoing a digital transformation at the same time that hacker culture has taken off, escalating the security risks. Here is one strategy for protecting data where many banks need to improve.