financial services

Financial Services Keep Pace with Consumer Expectations through Innovation
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Terry Rodrick, VP of Cards & Payments, First Tech Federal Credit Union

Digital transformation has brought with it dramatic change in how people interact with businesses. This is especially true in the financial services industry—the way our financial institutions work with us is evolving quickly, and so is the...

Speed as Currency
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Jacob Bennett, SVP, Underwriting & Risk, Signature Card Services

As with any industry where technology plays a central role, payments is a space where the concept of “disruption” is both omnipresent and inevitable.In the payments sector, the technology consistently tagged as that disruptor is...

Is Death of the Financial Services Industry Impending?
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Nigel Fenwick, VP & Principal Analyst, Forrester Research

A couple of years ago I wrote a post predicting a new business paradigm for financial services. You may have read this post and been skeptical. Maybe you thought it wasn’t realistic. If so, you may be wishing you were paying more attention...

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Nin Desai, President and CEO, NIN Ventures

The United States Financial market is the largest and represents 7.3 percent(or $1.4 trillion) of U.S gross domestic product. In 2015, the United States exported $119.6 billion in financial services and insurance and had a $46.7 billion surplus in...

Understanding Blockchain Technology
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To put it simply, Blockchain is an electronic ledger that can be openly shared among disparate users, creating an unchangeable record of their transactions. Each digital record or transaction is time-stamped and linked to the previous one in the...

Building a Community Defense Model to Protect Critical Assets
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William B. Nelson, President and CEO, FS-ISAC

Today’s cyber threats don’t stop at country borders. They don’t stop at corporate thresholds. And they can’t be stopped by just a single vendor solution. It takes constant vigilance. And it takes a community coming...

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