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How financial institutions secure identity while leveraging mobility and the cloud

"How financial institutions secure identity while leveraging mobility and the cloud"

Secure identity and data in a hyper-connected world

White Paper: i-Sprint Innovations

In the digital era, financial institutions need to meet and exceed the expectations of a new generation tech savvy users with digital broadband access to on-demand cloud-based services via a wide range of mobile devices.

In order to earn customers’ trust and confidence in their digital channels, financial institutions will have to secure identity and manage cross-channel access while leveraging mobility and the cloud.

This whitepaper provides insights on how financial institutions can secure identity and data in a hyper-connected world where the data center perimeter has blurred and the enterprise attack surface has radically expanded with increased cloud adoption and mobility.

Case studies illustrating how financial institutions are implementing prudent steps to engage customers across multiple channels

Ultimate aim of the omni-channel initiatives

Emerging methods of authentication

How to boost security and compliance while ensuring differentiated customer experience in omni-channel service delivery

Secure identity and data in a hyper-connected world
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What is Risk Management ?

Risk management is the way of identifying, measuring and dealing with the threats to an organizations capital and earnings. Definition according to ISO 31000 Risk management is the way toward assessing the chance of loss or damage and finding a way to battle the potential Risk.

What is Data Management ?

Data management is the development and execution of policies and procedures in order to manage the information lifecycle needs of an enterprise ensuring the accessibility, reliability, and timeliness of the data for its users. Data Management enables organizations and enterprises to use data in: Organizing the enterprise data, Storing and preserving data for future re-use, Making data ready to use anytime, Share data with colleagues

What is Data Center ?

A Data center is a combination of computer, server and networking systems which typically involve storing, processing and serving large amounts of critical data in to clients server. Data centers are the brain of a company so they cannot be defined by their physical size or style. It always requires backup power supply systems, cooling systems, redundant networking connections and policy-based security systems for running the organizations core applications.

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