GDPR

More help (from abroad) for small banks in search of deposits

12/20/19

Deposit Solutions says lenders can use its platform to acquire customers at little expense.

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Fighting terrorism while helping immigrants a tricky balancing act

12/10/19

The leader of a new Compliance and Payments Task Force dives into how it will address emerging issues of counterterrorism financing in the digital age.

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California’s privacy reforms can drive national legislation

09/24/19

Congress should consider acting quickly or companies could treat the Golden State's new data privacy restrictions as a national standard.

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Your data's just sitting there. Machine learning can change that.

08/13/19

The technology can help banks get the most out of the vast amounts of information at their disposal.

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What U.S. banks stand to lose in shunning open banking

10/19/18

A recent study concluded there are first-mover benefits for banks that embrace open banking. But many executives see its risks instead.

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Code names and flowers: Rabobank's novel approach to protecting customer data

07/23/18

Europe's new data privacy rules have forced banks to get creative to protect sensitive data from in appropriate access or breaches.

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In data dispute with Capital One, Plaid stands alone

07/17/18

Other aggregators came to the bank's defense, while one CEO suggested Plaid's very public protest was unfounded.

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How Capital One sees digital identity as a business opportunity

05/30/18

With the acquisition of Confyrm, the bank is among the few players that are putting themselves in position to sell ID authentication services to other businesses.

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To improve data sharing, borrow from Europe

05/24/18

New European Union privacy rules could serve as a guide for U.S. banks.

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Banks strain to satisfy competing AML, data protection rules

05/18/18

Deadlines imposed by U.S. and EU regulators are giving banks intercontinental whiplash.

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