bank cybersecurity

FundFire: Wells Fargo Data Leak Shows Risk Goes Beyond Hackers

(This article was originally posted on Fundfire) By Danielle Verbrigghe July 31, 2017 Wells Fargo’s inadvertent release of sensitive client and advisor information last week illustrates the risks that financial firms can face from accidental data loss. Cybersecurity has become a growing concern for the wealth and asset management industry, as regulators have put the issue in […]

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Too Digital to Fail: InVest 2015 Conference – Day 2 Summary

While the first day of the In|Vest 2015 Conference was devoted to startups and their potential to disrupt the traditional financial services landscape, day two turned the tables and gave the too-big-to-fail banks and other large wealth management firms a chance to show off their digital mojo and explain why they won’t be the ones to become disrupted. After […]

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Top 5 Cybersecurity Failures in Financial Services

On April 1st, President Barack Obama declared that cyber-attacks constitute a national emergency and issued an executive order sanctioning the finances of foreign-based digital intruders. The president’s announcement was no April Fool’s Day joke. Cybercrime caused  $445 billion in damages globally last year, according to a report by the Center for Strategic and International Studies, a […]

Inside the Minds of Barron’s Top Financial Advisors

This is a summary of a panel from the Fiserv Client Conference Spring 2012, which was held in Las Vegas, NV. Moderator: Sterling Shea, Managing Director, Head of Advisory & Wealth Management Programs, Barron’s. Panelists: Ed Dollinger, Edward Jones, 26 years – manages $500 mm Theresa Chicopolos, CFP, Wells Fargo, Scottsdale, AZ, 26 years – […]