As regulation, competition, and customer expectations push financial institutions (FIs) to increasingly collaborate with each other and third-party providers (TPPs), FIs will be required to move from a monolithic, legacy architecture to a cloud-native, open API architecture. The shift to hybrid-/multi-cloud IT architectures and the building of such a collaborative ecosystem will need an increased focus on security solutions to ensure resiliency and compliance.
Moreover, shifts in the marketplace will also require FIs to ensure that they have addressed new security considerations. The rise of mobile banking and the accompanying need for low latency, for example, has resulted in a number of FIs pushing out to the digital edge to be closer to their customers. Such a move, however, introduces privacy and security implications.
The new era of collaboration and serving customers through digital channels will only serve to increase the vectors of attack. If FIs want to remain competitive while delivering on customer expectations, they will also need to ensure that security remains top of mind.
Join us on May 26th, for our upcoming virtual expert panel, “Securing Digital Connectivity in the New Era of Open/Digital Banking,” hosted by Kapronasia in partnership with Equinix. This timely discussion features key industry leaders who will share their insights on how FIs can securely leverage the collaborative ecosystem and emerging technologies such as edge computing to deliver on customer expectations and stay competitive in a challenging market.
Webinar: Securing Digital Connectivity in the New Era of Open/Digital Banking
Date: Wednesday, 26th May 2021 Time: 10:00 am – 11:00 am (HKT/SGT)
Who should attend: FSI Technologists, Operations, Compliance and Cybersecurity.
Gain exclusive insights on:
- Drivers behind Open/Digital Banking
- The rise of collaborative ecosystems
- The shift to Agile, DevSecOps and cloud-native, open API architectures
- Infrastructure digitalization and automation
- The drive of edge computing systems and their security implications
- The role datacenters can play in mitigating against security risks, ensuring compliance, and enabling faster time to market (benefits of direct peering, securing infrastructure and connectivity)
- Leveraging intelligent security (i.e., artificial intelligence and machine learning)