SEC Cyber-Security Sweep: Good News, Bad News
In the wake of the SEC's cyber security examinations and a subsequent report, three causes for celebration and three serious action items have emerged from the SEC's recent cyber security examinations. These illustrate where the financial services industry should focus its information security efforts.
Must. Kill. Passwords.
Three companies at Finovate showcased alternatives to ineffective passwords for online authentication.
4 Trends in Banking IT Employment
Things are looking up for banking IT professionals -- with a few qualifications -- according to the results of the 2014 InformationWeek Analytics Salary Survey.
5 FinTech Startups To Watch
A look at five diverse startups joining the New York City-based FinTech Innovation Lab that are looking to change the way banks do business.
Breaking Down the Impact of the Target Breach
The payments, banking and retail industries are still experiencing the fallout of the major data breach that hit Target last year. We take a look at the numbers behind the breach’s repercussions for banks, hackers and consumers.
The New Year in Regulation and Compliance
What will banks be required to heed in the regulatory sphere in 2014? Here are four views on new CFPB regulations, FATCA, and everything else on the compliance priority list.
Your Top 10 Articles of 2013
Big data, regulation, and of course, all things mobile were big trends in 2013. Those topics and more all appeared on Bank Systems & Technology's top 10 most read stories of the year, which we present here for your enjoyment.
Where Are They Now? BS&T's 2012 Elite 8, One Year Later
Core systems modernization, customer experience-related initiatives and supporting regulatory compliance are among the top priorities keeping BS&T's 2012 Elite 8 honorees busy since they were recognized a year ago. Here are updates on the challenges and projects that some of the executives have been tackling in the past year.
How The Cards Business Is Transforming
Mobile capabilities, nontraditional competition and new regulations are among the trends reshaping the cards business. What does it mean for the major players -- and for banks?
8 Big Stories Transforming The Payments Landscape
The payments market is emerging as the laboratory where some of the most innovative and disruptive developments in financial services are occurring. What can banks do to capitalize on this transformation?
3 Keys to Improving Data Quality
Banks are investing heavily to analyze all the data they collect on their customers, but the best results from big data initiatives requires ensuring accurate data.
Museum Opens Its Doors For Free Financial Education
As financial education becomes more paramount for financial institutions because of consumer and regulator demand, the Museum of American Finance is now offering a free financial education with free admission on Saturdays in a program sponsored by private equity firm Southport Lane.
NACHA Payments 2013 In Quotes
Some thought provoking quotes on mobile payments, the growing prepaid card market and more from NACHA Payments 2013.
The Next Generation of Video in Banking
Banks are using video in innovative ways that include both employee-facing and customer-facing applications. Experts discuss how video banking is evolving.
7 Big Data Players To Watch
New York City, IBM, State Street and four other organizations are developing innovative ways to leverage the ever-increasing volumes of data they're amassing.
8 Model Banks of Note
Analyst and research firm Celent recently hosted its annual model bank awards. Here we highlight some of the notable winners.
What Banks Need To Know About Vendor M&As
Consolidation among players in the bank technology vendor space is heating up again. What factors are driving this trend, and how will it affect their bank customers?
5 Banks Leading the Way in Gamification
While gamification is a trend that many in banking are talking about, banks interested in gaming can learn some lessons from those banks that have already dipped their toes in the gaming world.