New Israeli Directives on Cyber Risk Management and Risk Management for Regulated Financial Service Providers | Barnea Jaffa Lande & Co.

New Israeli Directives on Cyber Risk Management and Risk Management for Regulated Financial Service Providers | Barnea Jaffa Lande & Co.

Israel’s Capital Market, Insurance and Savings Authority (CMISA) recently published two new risk management circulars for financial service providers. The first circular pertains to risk management in its broadest sense, while the second circular specifically addresses cyber risk management. Both circulars apply to a long list of financial service licensees, including small entities: 1. Licensees

Opus is Helping Leading Financial Service Providers Speed up Innovation Using DevOps Processes

Opus is Helping Leading Financial Service Providers Speed up Innovation Using DevOps Processes

By employing DevOps processes in infrastructure management, Opus is empowering the biggest names in the industry to succeed in today’s always-on digital world. ALPHARETTA, Ga., June 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Having recently celebrated their silver jubilee, Opus Consulting Solutions has a rich legacy of over two decades of helping global financial institutions accelerate their digital transformation journey.

Acuant wins crypto selfie biometrics customer as financial service providers address market gaps

Acuant wins crypto selfie biometrics customer as financial service providers address market gaps

Acuant headlines a group of selfie biometrics and regulatory compliance providers announcing customer wins, which also includes Visa, Basis ID, iDenfy and OneConnect. Huawei is moving into the market through a partnership initiative, while several surveys and reports in different regions show that opportunities to improve financial services with digital ID remain. Acuant selected by

Mobile financial service providers charge Tk 1.5 extra to transact every Tk 1,000, experts say at TRNB’s webinar

Mobile financial service providers charge Tk 1.5 extra to transact every Tk 1,000, experts say at TRNB’s webinar

Mobile financial service providers are taking an additional Tk 1.5 from the clients by charging Tk 20 instead of Tk 18.50 as cash-out fee for every Tk 1,000, telecom experts said today. Charging an extra money this way is tantamount to theft or fraud, they said at a webinar on “Competition and Partnership in MFS