Solutions to tackle the insider threat are not adequate

While companies have been and are still investing in various cybersecurity projects, sometimes with lukewarm results, the management of insider threats is either left aside or is dealt with in a way that is far not effective. Most of all, some “improvements” can be even counterproductive.

Compliance & Digitalization geht nicht ohne Datenmanagement

Das Bedürfnis der Regulatoren nach umfassenden Bankdaten nimmt weiter zu. Regulatorien belasten diejenigen Finanzinstitute, deren Daten und Applikationen nicht auf diese Anforderungen ausgelegt sind. Hohe Compliance-Kosten lassen keinen Platz mehr für Innovationsbudgets. Sie sind mittlerweile so hoch, dass sich kleinere Banken in ihrer Existenz bedroht sehen.

Digital transformation: current situation

Increasing digitalization is putting growing pressure on established business models and almost all processes. For CEOs around the world digital transformation represents one of the greatest challenges. Companies are thus obliged to ask themselves the following question: where do we stand and are we ready to enter the digital age?

Can you trust your data?

The magnitude 9.0 earthquake in Japan in 2011 shattered lives. The destruction surprised the world since few expected a catastrophy that large. Much of the damage could have been avoided if seismic model uncertainty were taken into account. Business is not different, data analytics without understanding of uncertainties can lead to directly harmful decisions.

Data is more than the new oil

Data has been coined ‘the new oil’. This exciting time indeed reminds us of the era where young and daring entrepreneurs took their chances to drill new oil wells and develop new business opportunities. However, there are some essential differences between oil and data.

Entwicklungen im Schweizer Hypothekenmarkt

Aufgrund der andauernden Boomphase des Schweizer Immobilienmarktes sind Befürchtungen vor Übertreibungen am schweizerischen Immobilienmarkt aufgekommen. Dies hat die Schweizerische Nationalbank (SNB) sowie die Schweizerische Bankiervereinigung dazu veranlasst, die Kreditvergabe für Wohneigentum zu bremsen.