Student Challenge 2018 - Data privacy in an open banking world - Session 2

SL2_SH2 2018-10-24T15:00:00.000Z

Peter Ware
SWIFT Institute
Mike Baldwin
Executive Director, New Technology Product Initiatives
Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Julia Streets
Founder & CEO
Streets Consulting Ltd
Markos Zachariadis
Associate Professor of Management Information Systems & Innovation
Warwick Business School, University of Warwick
Frank Keller
Principal, Innovation
Payments Canada
Leila Fourie
Chief Executive Officer
Australian Payments Network
Marco Lecci
Monash University
Aaron Rozario
Monash University
Ericka Rizky Keumala Dewi
University of Sydney
Sangeetha Sridhar
University of Sydney
Lemia Bickalo
Monash University
Nadya Abdelhamed
Monash University
Andrew Harding
University of Melbourne

One of the most recent developments driving digital transformation is that of open banking (or open data) – a regime that aims to put customers at the centre and allow them to receive better deals from their banks by permitting financial information to be shared securely with other banks and external providers. However, this brings with it the increased risk of personal banking data being compromised. Ensuring data privacy is therefore of utmost importance in this new environment.

In this, our third annual Student Challenge, we invited students enrolled in Australian universities to develop ideas on how to keep personal information safe in an open banking environment.

Spread over two back to back sessions on the afternoon of Wednesday 24th October, eight semi-finalists will pitch their idea to the audience and a panel of expert judges. You the audience will have the opportunity to vote for your favourite. The overall winner receives a grand prize of AUD 30,000. Come and hear what innovative ideas the next generation of experts have to offer. You can join one or both sessions - each session will have different teams of students pitch ideas.