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Weekly Round Up
22 February 2018
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March Networks - Intelligent IP video surveillance and business intelligence

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Press Releases

New survey reveals how customer service and security perceptions are shaping banking consumer choices
March Networks®, a global provider of intelligent IP video solutions, today announced the results of an independent survey exploring how fraud, customer service and security perceptions are impacting U.S. banking consumer decisions.

March Networks announces innovative HD analogue capability in industry-leading video recording solution
New 8724 V Tribrid NVR delivers modular support and power for up to 24 video channels, including HD analogue in a single integrated recorder.

Veridium’s new software biometric authentication solution is now verified as Citrix Ready®
VeridiumAD, with new Citrix Connectors, is a unique biometric authentication solution for organizations with Microsoft Active Directory and Citrix environments seeking to enhance security by eliminating passwords enterprise-wide.

Veridium to demonstrate new features of its biometrics-based authentication technology at connect:ID 2017
Veridium, a leader in biometrics-based authentication software, will be showcasing the latest updates of its enterprise-ready biometric solutions, VeridiumID, VeridiumAD and 4 Fingers TouchlessID, at connect:ID 2017.

New 3MP Modular ATM camera from March Networks provides banks with better video evidence
New ATM camera combines HDR and impressive 3-foot vertical FOV to capture sharp images of ATM users from the waist up in bright light and near darkness.

White Papers

Hello Vietnam
PVcomBank, one of Vietnam's fastest-growing and most progressive banks, has acquired a cutting-edge March Networks video surveillance system....

Welcoming experience, safety go hand-in-hand
North Dakota bank upgrades to 8000 Series Hybrid...

Texas bank deploys state-of-the-art video surveillance
Case study: Texas-based FirstBank & Trust evaluated several video solutions to replace three separate surveillance systems it wanted to upgrade. The bank narrowed it down to two systems and...

Fifth Third goes cutting edge
CASE STUDY: Fifth Third Bancorp, one of the top 15 banks in the U.S., undertook a major upgrade of its March Networks video surveillance system in 2015, deploying 12,000 March Networks cameras...

Danske Bank deploys networked video surveillance
Case study: Danske Bank wanted a networked video solution that would allow fraud investigators to access video without having to get in their cars. It also insisted on a robust health...


SmartStream’s cost-cutting system hleps trim cost
Cost-cutting has been a high priority in the financial services industry for many years, so it is strange, then, that some of the biggest cost centres are often overlooked. Fees and expenses—costs incurred by dealing with brokers or exchanges—are accepted as a part of doing business, but with the right systems and accountability they can drive significant savings. Bharat Malesha of SmartStream tells us how.

Cybersecurity is high on European Banking Association's agenda
The European Banking Association (EBA) has placed cybersecurity high on its agenda for 2017. Slavka Eley, head of the EBA supervisory convergence unit, and Lot Anné, one of the unit’s banking experts, outline the potential pitfalls of modern-day technology and how industry players can join forces to tackle the problem of cyberthreats.

Fighting rising cybercrime in the UK
Online and mobile banking are on the rise, but rates of cybercrime are soaring in the UK and beyond. Patrick Kingsland asks Professor Alan Woodward, cybercrime expert at the University of Surrey, and Stuart Skinner, director of fraud at Nationwide, about the scale of the problem and the new generation of technologies looking to outfox the fraudsters.

Rabobank: making instant payments a banking reality
In a world where customers expect their banks to deliver the 24/7 services that they get from other industries, Rabobank’s Erik Kwakkel explains why it pays to be an early mover in the latest iteration of SEPA, which will make the promise of instant payments a reality.

Artificial intelligence can help banks retain customers
The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in financial services is growing all the time but is dismissed by some as purely a gimmick. However, AI offers many exciting possibilities in the banking sector, potentially boosting efficiency by reducing the need for human customer service operatives, as well as ensuring customers receive a consistent experience when they need support. Sophie Guibaud, vice-president for European expansion at Fidor Bank, explains how AI will boost banks’ efforts to attract and retain customers.


A helping hand through the new digital landscape
Banks are not alone in dealing with the growing complexity of data centres, which must continue to work efficiently while technology develops at an incessant pace. Transformation is a constant process, but the right guidance is at hand with infrastructure service providers such as Computacenter, which is focused on making the digital environment work for its customers. Neil Eke, director of financial services, explains more.

AI: the changing face of banking
Artificial intelligence promises to transform the way we bank for good – but are there enough people to make it happen? Future Banking talks to Edwin van der Ouderaa, senior managing director at Accenture, about a sector where regulators and banks share the same fintech mentality, with lingering questions about the talent required to turn its aspirations into reality.

IP Video protects customers and assets, while delivering business insights
IP video surveillance is a technology with which many banks are familiar. Cameras at the ATM are monitoring transactions and helping to catch criminals on a daily basis, but the investment in that technology can deliver a much broader range of benefits – and cost savings – than previously imagined. Peter Strom, president and CEO of IP video specialists March Networks, explains how.

Network cabling to reduce risk and ensure compliance
The data centre now sits at the heart of modern banking operations. Banks have to make sure that their digital repositories are operating at maximum efficiency with minimum risk. Future Banking talks to Data Techniques’ technical director Nick Taylor about how the company is working with Panduit to provide network infrastructure solutions to address these issues for its clients in the financial sector.

Outsourcing: helping banks with regulatory compliance
With major changes in EU law introduced this year, the anti-money laundering (AML) and know your customer (KYC) regulatory landscape is rapidly changing. How well are banks adapting, how can technology help them with compliance and what should they be looking for when selecting a partner? Future Banking asks Trapets CEO Dan Sjöholm.

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