Thursday 18 October 2018 by team
Segasec’s customer is a Fortune 500 multi-channel bank and one of the most respected financial institutions in Europe. The bank serves millions of private clients and small and medium-sized enterprises worldwide via hundreds of branch offices, insurance agencies and electronic channels. Among the bank’s services are debt capital, domestic cash equity, corporate banking, private banking,
Christian Bacher, Co-Founder & CEO at Jaroona, talks us through how blockchain will offer ‘profound and diverse’ benefits to our society and how those benefits need protection from malicious vendors. While his technology is forward looking, Bacher’s beer is more traditional, preferring to savour a European draft lager. What does Jaroona do – what problem are you
Wednesday 17 October 2018 by team
Segasec aims to provide a proactive, consolidated, end-to-end protection from phishing, which can cost billions of dollars to enterprises and brands. When not combating fraudsters, the Segasec team sip whiskey, non-alcoholic beer and enjoy listening to winners of the Eurovision Song Contest. What does Segasec do – what problem are you solving? As a leading innovator
Country music and red wine fan, Antonio Virzì seeks to turn Android & iOS smartphones into secure and easy-to-use personal devices that can replace traditional smart-card and token-based digital identities allowing users to easily authenticate online, authorise transactions, sign legal documents, provide consent and more. What does biid do – what problem are you solving?
Hamza Khan, founder and CEO of data insights provider Suburbia, talks us through how to discover real value in new data sources, advises keeping all doors open to the unexpected, and feels no shame in expressing a love for Pabst Blue Ribbon beer (He will be forgiven 🙂 ) Tell us a bit about alternative
As customers and businesses realize the power and value of their data, issues around security and control become paramount. FinTech veteran and self-described ‘continuous mutant’, Mike Williams, CEO at Pushfor, talks about how pushing content rather than sending it reduces the risk of sensitive information falling into the wrong hands to virtually zero. We have