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Are disruptive innovations transforming the financial services landscape, or are we simply in the middle of a new technology cycle?
Since being propelled into the spotlight in 2009, the FinTech industry has grown exponentially and now stands at more 12,000 FinTech companies worldwide. Whilst the drive and passion of the founders of these companies is as strong as ever, the mood inside has changed from one of disintermediation to collaboration, accompanied by a shift in focus from front office to back office innovations.
Cyber threats to payments are evolving fast, and are increasingly focused on exploiting weak payments processes and unsuspecting people, as well as vulnerable IT systems.
This talk will give examples of some recent (anonymised) successful attacks against financial institutions and the methods used by the attackers. In describing the attacks end-to-end it will illustrate the range of controls needed to defend against them - and dispel some myths as to the effectiveness of some traditional security controls.
InfoSec (information security) professionals are facing cyber threats that are increasing in both volume and complexity. Over the past year many discussions have taken place with security leaders about the application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in InfoSec. Those discussions have highlighted a level of confusion concerning AI concepts. Specifically this confusion concerns the differences between Machine Learning (ML) and AI, and also raises the question, “What is Deep Learning?”.
This session will explore how to build artificial intelligent systems for InfoSec. With evolving attacks, we need a system that can continuously collect analyst input, incorporate the input and learn/adapt models that can mimic analysts. We will explore what kind of input from analysts is needed, how models can be learnt and adapted, how to utilize analyst time effectively and how to measure efficacy of such systems.
The Nordic societies are the most digitised in the world. Banks, businesses and the public sector are soon fully digitised. What are the key takeaways and how can other regions learn from the Nordics? Learn about the great digital achievements in the Nordic region and the way towards a cashless societies, as well as digitisation and simplification in Nordic banks.
A new wave of new companies has caught the attention of the financial establishment. With FinTech start-ups joining forces with established financial institutions and even market competitors coming together – firms are finding more and more reasons to collaborate, but which ones will succeed and why?
We invite you on a journey - tales of successful and "could have done better" collaborations, to draw out the collective wisdom of our panellists and you, our audience, on how to succeed through new ways of working.