Speaking at Sifma Ops 2016, former US Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff said the biggest cyber threat five years from now will be the Internet of Things.
All-to-all platforms are slowly gaining favor to address some of the ills facing the fixed-income market. But they're not cure-alls, either.
Panelists at NATAS debate the pros and cons of data scientists having domain knowledge.
Executives say AI and machine learning are some of the most important technology trends going forward.
CFTC's Justin Slaughter said whoever is elected the next president of the US will likely make major changes to the Dodd–Frank Act.
Government agencies still tend to blame the victims of cyber attacks, said Lazard’s chief information security officer.
Lovas says the next logical step would be to do actual full-blown trading.
StatPro Revolution upgrade will be launched in September.
Markit's new cloud-based hub expands
Yesterday, Recognos unveiled improvements to its Reference Data Center utility offering, using, in part, machine learning and natural-language processing techniques.
Mark Cushey gives specific examples as to how users will benefit from the company’s most recent upgrade.
Financial firms discuss areas where they are either using open source or hoping to in the near future.
Some in the space see it as a good deal for both sides, while others question the reasoning behind it and if the different cultures will gel.
At this year's FIA Boca conference, several exchange CEOs and heads of IT, including Jeff Sprecher of ICE, Andreas Preuss of Eurex, and Phupinder Gill of CME Group, talked about how the idea of what an exchange is expected to provide has changed in recent years.
An effective security system isn't just about implementing strong firewalls.
John Gallagher highlights the electronic trading platform provider's plans for the muni space.
Roley discusses future plans for portfolio management system.
New company looks to implement blockchain-based solution to deal with settlement of loan trades.
A recent survey produced by Linedata highlights some of the more pressing challenges facing asset managers in today's environment.
Industry participants give their thoughts on what the ‘FBI v. Apple' case could mean for capital markets firms.
And who should own the data? Is it possible to have one person be responsible for all of that information?
Firms' confidentiality policies need to adapt to the changes in social media and technology.
While most were not surprised by the size of the penalties, there are plenty residual effects still to be felt from the news.
"The big difference between the original blockchain for bitcoin and the blockchain now widely talked about by banks is that instead of preferring transactions to be unknown, blockchain prefers transactions to be known."