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In the post-2008 World Financial Crisis era, international financial regulation has become more complex than ever before. For banks and financial institutions across the world, remaining compliant is a particularly costly and resource-intensive prospect.
As revealed in the 2017 IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index, the financial services sector was attacked more than any other industry last year. The average financial services client organisation monitored by IBM Security Services experienced 65 percent more attacks than the average client organisation across all industries. With this in mind we take a look at lessons the industry can learn from three of the biggest financial cyber attacks of the century.
In this article, we will provide insight into:
- Risks of non-compliance or compliance failure
- Key strategies to manage compliance correctly
- Case Study: Barclays
- A smarter way to tackle compliance risks in the digital age
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The financial industry has to keep up with a changing world as it deals with operational risk, regulation and compliance. Financial institutions have responsibilities in investigating and mitigating risks which could be anything from cyber security, political, financial crime risks, fraud and conduct. Here we take a look at five emerging risks in today’s climate; cyber security, data risk, regulatory fragmentation, geopolitics and competition.
FinTech and Regtech are among the latest buzzwords of the modern financial world. These industries have risen in a response to the complex challenges and risks as we become ever more interconnected in our dealings with one another. Download our article to find out how FinTech and RegTech are changing the face of modern finance forever.
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