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Without Prosecution, There Is No Protection

The Equifax data breach saga continues to unfold. In late 2017, the company admitted it had suffered significant data loss starting in March of last year. There were likely multiple data theft events over a number of months. At some point in May, they notified a small group of customers but…

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BAIT: Clearer Guidelines as a Basis for More Effective Implementation

If legal laypersons (as I am) read legal texts and regulations, they often miss clear and obligatory guidelines on how to implement them in practice. This is not least due to the fact that laws are generally designed to last and are not directly geared to concrete measures. This type of…

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Martin Kuppinger - 2018 - The Year of Disruption: Why the Finance Business Will Never Be the Same Again

The year 2018 brings major changes to the financial industry. Two disruptive regulations (PSD2 and GDPR) come into effect early in the year and will have a far-reaching impact. Their implementation can be a challenge, but through these directives new opportunities will be created.…

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Daniel Kjellén - Say Goodbye to the Service Formerly Known as Banking – A Case Study on the Changes We Expect to See Across Europe

  Everyone has been talking about how PSD2 will unlock retail banking, opening up the market to new entrants and decrease banks’ power on the market. But if you are looking at the future of finance, look no further than Sweden. Daniel Kjellén, CEO and…

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GDPR and Financial Services – Imperatives and Conflicts

Over the past months two major financial services regulations have come into force. These are the fourth money laundering directive (4AMLD) and the Second Payment Services Directive (PSD II). In May this year the EU General Data Protection Regulation will be added. Organizations within the…

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EBA Rules out Secure Open Banking?

On January 30th in London I attended a joint workshop between OpenID and the UK Open Banking community that was facilitated by Don Thibeau of OIX. This workshop included an update from Mike Jones on the work being done by OpenID and from Chris Michael Head of Technology, OBIE on UK Open…

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UK Open Banking – Progress and Challenges

On January 13th, 2018 a new set of rules for banking came into force that open up the market by allowing new companies to offer electronic payment services. These rules follow from the EU Directive 2015/2366 of 25 November 2015 that is commonly referred to as Payment Services Directive II…

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Some Perspective on Self-Sovereign Identity

Identity isn't hard when you don't always use it. For example, here in the natural world we are anonymous—literally, nameless—in most of our public life, and this is a handy thing. Think about it: none of us walks down the street wearing a name badge, and it would be strange to do so. A [...]

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