BAI Banking Strategies Executive Report

Fraud and cybersecurity

staying steps ahead

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The unfettered greed of today's hackers could blind them to what we as an industry can do when we pool our best minds and strongest tech. For as much as cybersecurity remains a threat and a concern, it also needs to be a dialogue. A team effort. Action, not reaction.  In focusing on fraud and cybersecurity, this executive report aims to promote the proactive and the powerful: what banks can do now to stay out of harm's way and build robust defenses.

Articles in this report include:

The top five cyber threats for banks—and how to meet them
Like desperados of old, virtual thieves have their favorite ways to make banks ‘stick ’em up.’ Here’s what they do and how banks can stick it out.

Customer experience, fraud and strong social media
As consumers interact with banks via social, balancing safety and smart strategy is a must.

Emerging tech’s encouraging promise: Fight financial crime in real time
Financial institutions that update their digital arsenal today will stay a step ahead of crooks—and competitors.

Closing the gap on vendor vulnerabilities
Third parties can leave the door open to a cyberattack. Enter contracts and continuous monitoring as swift, sure defenses.

From hype to hope: The next step in AI for fraud detection
Data is the fuel, artificial intelligence the engine. What will it take for high-tech’s well-oiled machine to win the race against bad actors?

Five common security mistakes employees make—and how to combat them
Even the best workers can cause the worst consequences at the hands of cyber crooks. Enter expert insights on staying safe.

Three key threats of digital transformation
Open banking, crowdfunding and updated legacy systems can mark major steps forward—but also invite new, nefarious risks.