This article was written by Sacha Breite, head of future payments at SIX Payment Services. It originally appeared here on July 20, 2015. The search for a common, international standard of payment authentication is in full flow. Governments, retailers, banks and (not least) consumers are all eager to find a means of confirming someone’s identity … More Biometrics and Authentication – A new world of possibilities
Posted by Douglas Wood, Editor. http://www.linkedin.com/in/dougwood Though not publicly released, news out of NICE Actimize is that long-time CEO Amir Orad is leaving the company effective May 1. Indicative of the ‘what a small world this is’ nature of the financial crimes technology marketplace, former Pegasystems co-founder and head of Americas for BAE Systems Detica, Joe Friscia, … More Perhaps a nice change at NICE Actimize?
Posted by Douglas Wood, Editor. http://www.linkedin.com/in/dougwood FinCEN today (November 1, 2013) released a fact sheet regarding data sharing between financial institutions under the Section 314(b) of the US Patriot Act. 314(b) provides financial institutions with the ability to share information with one another, under a safe harbor that offers protections from liability, in order to better … More To 314(b) or not to 314(b)?
Posted by Douglas Wood, Editor. In the midst of preparing for a presentation last week, I entered the term “financial crimes” into my internet search engine. I’ve probably done this same search a hundred times, but seemingly never took notice of the staggering number of results. Over two million of them! Among those results are … More Financial Crimes and Technology