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Reinforce the old guard - Future Banking Dining Club briefing 07 December, 2016 At a recent Future Banking Dining Club briefing in Warsaw, Poland, held in partnership with Hikvision Poland, Rafał Łupkowski, director of physical security and crisis management at... > read more

Protect and serve – Airmic deputy CEO Julia Graham on the digital revolution 07 December, 2016 The explosion of banking opportunities opening up as a result of the digital revolution is on a different scale to any development in living memory. This is not news: financials are fully aware...

Autocorrect: intelligent software 28 July, 2016 Robots are no longer just speeding up processes on assembly lines; they are making inroads into offices around the world. Intelligent software is set to supplant a number of white-collar...

Biometrics – the future of verification 24 June, 2016 Julian Turner talks to Chris Popple, managing director of digitisation at RBS, about the biometric banking revolution, artificial intelligence and partnering with the world’s most iconic...

Hack and dash – the fight against cybercrime 10 December, 2015 As hacking and cybercrime become increasingly sophisticated, it gets harder for banks to stay on top of developments to protect customers from fraud, with a dynamic cybersecurity...

Massive attack - cybersecurity in the European banking sector 05 August, 2015 Create any network wherein money is exchanged and eventually someone will figure out a way to steal it. As banks shift more of their services online and hackers demonstrate daily their finesse...

Life in the old dog yet – transforming an insurance institution 12 February, 2015 During almost 185 years of loyal service to the financial services sector, Standard Life has seen a lot but only changed a little. Now it’s time for the old-timer to learn some new tricks. Jo...

Virtually impenetrable: protecting online shoppers – Paul Horlock 08 July, 2014 Although consumers are turning to the web to source and pay for goods and services, there are concerns about the security of conducting financial transactions online. Those concerns persist...

ENISA's cyber-exercise survey 11 November, 2012 In 2012, the European Network and Information Security Agency carried out research and analysis of national and international cyber-exercises. Udo Helmbrecht, executive director, summarises...

Flexible finance 03 May, 2011 Asset-based lending has taken on renewed significance as a hamstrung economic market continues its recovery. John Bevan, vice-chairman of the Asset Based Finance Association (ABFA) and head...

Making mobile payments a reality 03 May, 2011 Contactless payment through debit and credit cards is gaining momentum in many markets, and the next step is to extend this capability to mobile phones. Mobile banking applications are...

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