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Nearly Eighty Percent of Financial Customer Accounts and Banks Affected by Recent Data Breaches

March 26, 2014 - Recent publicised data breaches are having an impact on the operations of financial institutions, according to a recent survey by ACI Worldwide (NASDAQ: ACIW). The survey of U.S.-based financial industry professionals was conducted in March 2014 at BAI Payments Connect and reports that 44 percent of customer accounts have been compromised.

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Asset managers' top priorities for 2014 revealed

March 26, 2014 - Attendees at Investit's 19th Intelligence Conference held on 12th March identified their key priorities for 2014. The conference focused on delivering Investit's industry leading research on Effective Change Management in Investment Management and the Current State of Automation in the Front and Middle Office.

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Consumers hold retailers - not banks - to blame for data breaches

March 18, 2014 - Feedzai, a big data science company that uses real-time, machine-based learning to prevent fraud, today announced the results of their nationwide survey of U.S. adults, which found that 60% of those who knew about any data breaches at notable retailers, such as Target and Neiman Marcus, hold the merchant responsible for preventing future incidents of a data breach.

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Varonis DatAdvantage Delivers Vital Intelligence to Keep ING DIRECT Secure

March 11, 2014 - Varonis Systems, Inc., a provider of software solutions for unstructured, human-generated enterprise data, today revealed details of how it has helped ING DIRECT ensure its systems are secure and that customers' interests are protected at all times.

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IBM Study: Big Data Equates to Big Advantage in CFO Effectiveness

March 6, 2014According to a new IBM (NYSE: IBM) study, the vast majority of CFOs (82 percent) see the value of integrating enterprise-wide data, but only 24 percent think their team is up to the task. This marks a 205 percent increase in the gap between the importance of data and the ability to exploit its value since the question was first asked in 2005, showcasing a critical divide in the skills and capabilities for today's finance teams.

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