White Paper: GlobalLogic
As trends such as machine-to-machine connectivity, smart devices, social networks, and migrating to the cloud progress, there is a growing concern around the compromise of privacy and data security. Even government and commercial organizations are threatened by sophisticated intrusion tactics. There is now a growing need to gather and analyze data on potential security risks through advanced measures.
Not only will the demand for security-related products in the market rise, but commercial and enterprise products will themselves need to be designed with security as an important consideration. As a product R&D services provider, GlobalLogic is intimate with these requirements and has established the required leadership, processes, and technologies to help our customers address these issues.
We have written this white paper in order to provide a high-level description of the current security environment, including the various aspects of this domain and how they interact.
By: Kurt Salmon
Securities reference data management is evolving from a necessary and often ignored cost to support operations to a central and vital role within the organization. Reference data management (RDM) is an increasingly important process in financial institutions. Securities reference data management is considered to be highly critical for the business of custodians. Read this whitepaper to know the best practices for achieving your securities reference data management project is not to go for a revolution, but to evolve to the final model in a step by step approach. Key takeaways from this whitepaper on “Securities Reference Data Management: A Trend towards Outsourcing?” are: Challenges faced by financial institutions in terms of Reference Data Management The alternative approaches for securities reference data management Can securities reference data management be outsourced? Positioning of reference data management services regarding outsourcing
By: 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
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 Information Security ?
Information Security or InfoSec is the practice of protecting electronic data or information from unauthorized access. It is maintained by a set of strategies to manage the processes and tools to document, detect, prevent and counter threats to confidential digital information. These objectives ensure that data is protected in all of its forms and private information is not disclosed to unauthorized parties and grant access to the data when required to specific users.
What is Risk ?
The risk is the possibility that something bad or unpleasant (exposure to the chance of injury or loss) will happen. Organizations are exposed to risks of different degrees; risk management is a procedure which involves assessing the risks and then taking necessary steps to either eliminate or to reduce them as far as reasonably possible.