Articles with tag: privacy

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Accenture's FinTech Innovation Lab London selects Nuggets for SSI adoption

News | Payments General | 14 Jan 2021

Accenture’s FinTech Innovation Lab London has selected Nuggets, the decentralised, self-sovereign ID, and payments platform to join the cohort of 20 fintechs in its latest accelerator programme.

fintechs, decentralised, self-sovereign ID, payments platform, Accenture, Nuggets, fraud prevention, customer protection, data privacy, blockchain

More than half of Europeans don't trust public authorities with their data

News | Payments General | 21 Dec 2020

61% of Europeans don’t trust public authorities with their data, according to Reboot Online.

Reboot Online, data, data privacy, study, state governments, local governments, police

Fenergo's findings show penalties for AML/KYC non-compliance totalling USD 10.4 bln

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 09 Dec 2020

Digital transformation, customer journey, and client lifecycle management (CLM) solutions provider Fenergo has released its annual findings on global financial institution fines.

financial institution, fines, AML, data privacy, MiFID, Fenergo, report, banks, financial institutions, breaches

Central Bank Digital Currencies for Dummies – A Quick Guide into CBDCs

News | Cryptocurrencies | 09 Dec 2020

The Paypers releases the Central Bank Digital Currencies for Dummies, an ebook which is a quick reference guide into CBDCs that aims to inform readers about what CBDCs are, the innovation they promise, the implications, and risks they pose.

Central Bank Digital Currencies, CBDC, Digital dollar, Digital euro, Chinese yuan, Facebook Libra, Stablecoins, Central banks, Commercial banks, Fintech, Technology providers, Monetary policies, Financial systems, COVID-19, Payments digitalisation, Mobile wallets, Smartphones, Financial inclusion, Customer data, Digital identity, Data privacy, Security

Central Bank Digital Currencies for Dummies – A Quick Guide into CBDCs

Report | Cryptocurrencies | 09 Dec 2020

Central Bank Digital Currencies for Dummies is a quick reference guide into CBDCs that aims to inform readers about what CBDCs are, the innovation they promise, and the implications and risks they pose

Central Bank Digital Currencies, CBDC, Digital dollar, Digital euro, Chinese yuan, Facebook Libra, Stablecoins, Central banks, Commercial banks, Fintech, Technology providers, Monetary policies, Financial systems, COVID-19, Payments digitalisation, Mobile wallets, Smartphones, Financial inclusion, Customer data, Digital identity, Data privacy, Security

Open Banking - creating opportunities for everyone - an interview with Bank of America

Interviews | Online & Mobile Banking | 08 Dec 2020

The Paypers speaks with Ad van der Poel, Co-head of Product Management for GTS EMEA at Bank of America, about the Open Banking and Open Finance opportunities for consumers, corporates, and SMEs

Ad van der Poel, Bank of America, Open Banking, SMEs, API, ERP, Open Finance, data sharing, supply chains, cybersecurity, tokenisation, GDPR, US, Europe, PSD2, data privacy, payments, LATAM,

MAS and SNDGG launch Singapore Financial Data Exchange (SGFinDex)

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 07 Dec 2020

The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) and the Smart Nation and Digital Government Group (SNDGG) have launched the Singapore Financial Data Exchange (SGFinDex), which will enable Singaporeans to consolidate their financial information for more effective financial planning.

MAS, SNDGG, Singapore Financial Data Exchange, SGFinDex, digital identity, consent, data protection, privacy, financial information, data

Authorised push payment fraud: How digital behaviour can uncover social engineering scams

Voice of the Industry | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 03 Dec 2020

Gadi Mazor, COO of BioCatch, provides a refreshing take on how digital behaviour, and the right technology, can be used to detect advanced social engineering scams

Gadi Mazor, BioCatch, digital behaviour, technology, scams, security, privacy, behavioural biometrics, social engineering, push payment

Adoption of biometric authentication hampered by privacy and UX concerns

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 02 Dec 2020

New consumer research commissioned by Nomidio has found that just 14% of people frequently use biometric authentication to log-in to a digital service, website, or account.

Nomidio, biometrics, privacy, biometrics, authentication, mobile apps, fraud prevention, identity, study, multi factor authentication

New measures to boost data sharing proposed by the EC

News | Online Payments | 25 Nov 2020

The European Commission has proposed new rules on data governance to better exploit the potential of ever-growing data in a trustworthy European framework.

GDPR, data, data privacy, data sovereignty, data control, data sharing, Europe, bigtechs, European Commission

Many people accept privacy policies without reading them, study reveals

News | Payments General | 25 Nov 2020

87% of people accept privacy policies without reading them, with TikTok, Whatsapp privacy policies being among hardest to understand, according to a survey conducted by Addictivetips.com.

Addictivetips.com, data privacy, consent, API, cookies, GDPR, social media, ikTok, WhatsApp, Linkedin, privacy policy

Ping Identity assists banking and fintechs with Australian regulation via CDR integration kit

News | Payments General | 17 Nov 2020

Ping Identity has launched a Consumer Data Right (CDR) Integration Kit to assist Australian banks and fintech company data holders to comply with CDR regulatory requirements.

data, data privacy, data control, Ping Identity, CDR, Australia, Consumer Data Right Integration Kit, banking, fintech

WhatsApp launches in-app payments feature in India

News | Mobile Payments | 06 Nov 2020

Facebook-owned WhatsApp has announced the launch of its WhatsApp Pay feature in India.

WhatsApp, WhatsApp Pay, India, Asia, product launch, UPI, mobile payments, bank transfers, security, privacy, iOS, Android

Truata, Mastercard launch customer self-service portal

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 03 Nov 2020

Ireland-based Truata, a data analytics solutions provider, has partnered with Mastercard for the launch of its customer self-service portal.

Truata, Mastercard, customer self-service, data privacy, Analytics Platform, Ireland, partnership

Open Finance - the journey from insight to value

Voice of the Industry | Online & Mobile Banking | 30 Oct 2020

Vaughan Jenkins, Sales Director at Moneyhub, explains how valuable data is, why financial services need to be built on trust, and how Open Banking payments ease customers' lives, while keeping privacy on the path towards Open Finance

Moneyhub, open banking, open finance, payments, financial services, data, privacy

PFMs that still rely on screen scraping should embrace Open Banking APIs

News | Online & Mobile Banking | 22 Oct 2020

Yolt Technology Services (YTS) has conducted a survey  across the UK and the Netherlands to better understand the perception of different industries towards open banking.

UK, Netherlands, open banking, screen scraping, personal finance, PSD2, SCA, Strong Customer Authentication, finance management, report, standardisation, compliance, security, data privacy, money management, COVID-19, survey, Yolt Technology Services, consent

GSB presents electronic money system based on blockchain, G999

News | Cryptocurrencies | 16 Oct 2020

GSB Gold Standard Banking Corporation (GSB), a Germany-based software, IT, and blockchain group, has launched a technology called G999 that supports cryptocurrency transactions.

GSB Gold Standard Banking Corporation, GSB, tokens, cryptocurrency, payments, mobile wallets, software, G999, privacy

Fujitsu, JCB, and Mizuho Bank to test digital identity interoperability

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 15 Oct 2020

Fujitsu, JCB, and Mizuho Bank have teamed up to test how can digital information (ID information) can be safely and securely transacted online, distributed, and linked between different industries.

Fujitsu, JCB, Mizuho Bank, digital identity, self sovereign identity, Japan, data, privacy, security, cloud, ID information

H&M fined EUR 35.2 mln fine over violating EU privacy rules

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 07 Oct 2020

Privacy regulators in Germany have posed to H&M a fine of EUR 35.2 million for violating EU privacy laws.

H&M, data privacy, law, GDPR, retail, fine, regulation, compliance

Large Estonian banks team up with Salv to trial AML solution

News | Digital Identity, Security & Online Fraud | 07 Oct 2020

Salv, an anti-money laundering (AML) startup that raised USD 2 million on 2019, has announced plans to launch a pilot program called AML Bridge, in cooperation with four of Estonia’s largest banks.

AML Bridge, Salv, Estonia, financial crime, banks, fraud prevention, Financial Supervisory Authority, Financial Intelligence Unit, data, data privacy