APIs are becoming more important as firms digitize and adopt microservices architectures, but they come with unique security threats. By Joanna Wright
Cybersecurity insurance is getting more expensive as insurance underwriters grapple with a lack of data on this ever-evolving coverage area.
In addition to expanding into cyber risk, the company plans to enhance its focus on ESG and ultimate beneficial ownership (UBO) data.
Has the so-called ‘API economy’ been over-hyped, or is there value in recalibrating an open API strategy? WatersTechnology examines.
These specialists are touting services for monitoring third parties amid tougher rules on outsourcing risk.
Josephine Gallagher explores some of the real-life applications of homomorphic encryption in development and the main roadblocks to its adoption.
Banks are showing interest in solutions based on homomorphic encryption, including for sharing information on cybercrime. Jo takes a look at what this technology is, and if these solutions can be commercially viable.
The company plans to test machine-learning models in the coming months to automatically fix IT system fragmentation.
Climate, Brexit and ethical AI were all on the agenda at the massive conference this year, as cloud, cybersecurity and APIs remained major topics of discussion.
Jo Wright says the Capital One data breach could make cloud adoption just that much more fraught.
Finra CAT will lean heavily on AWS to help ensure that the database is secure.
Also, a look at new hires for IHS Markit, UBS, TickSmith, BitGo and Amber Group.
With Benoît Legrand firmly in the driver’s seat, the last four years have seen ING push to transform its IT landscape and approach to innovation.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from 6/29-7/2, including Andres Choussy (pictured), who recently joined Baton.
As cloud computing becomes an ever more critical component of any modern financial technology infrastructure, cloud deals are coming under increased regulatory scrutiny.
WatersTechnology examines some of the disillusionment permeating the capital markets when it comes to blockchain.
A look at some of the key "people moves" from the past week.
Investment bank is anonymizing data to meet cross-border data protection and cybersecurity regulations.
A 30-year industry vet, Zerrusen will advise SEC Chairman Jay Clayton on cybersecurity issues.
Software and flesh-and-blood humans are both important when it comes to protecting an institution, panelists say.
Lyons will oversee Collibra's efforts to establish greater information security practices around firms' data governance processes.
Pete talks about privacy and convenience—and where firms tend to get tripped up when walking this balance beam.
Tadijanovic brings 20 years of IT, platform and strategy experience to his new role.