If banks could share their indicators of fraud and other data drawn from their customer account and device information rather than relying solely on their own data – without revealing identifying customer and device attributes – any apprehensions of inter-bank data sharing would quickly disappear.
Read more how secure, compliant, and privacy-protected information sharing can provide organizations with a complete view of customer activity.
IBM financial crime expert Neil Ringwood explains how financial institutions can use collaborative data science to form a secure network in the fight against fraud.
In this one-pager, you’ll learn how Duality SecurePlus enables financial institutions to collaborate with their business ecosystem while also ensuring compliance.
For this fireside chat, we invited privacy and compliance experts across law firms, leading banks and the FFIS think tank to discuss the business potential and regulatory challenges associated with cross-border data transfers, and present emerging technology solutions that can help institutions mitigate compliance risks.
Answering questions about the exploration of Privacy-Enhancing Technologies (PETs) that can support financial intelligence sharing and help institutions reconcile AML obligations with privacy compliance.
An explanation of three different information sharing implementations across the financial crime lifecycle: Customer Due Diligence, Transaction Monitoring, and Fraud and Cybercrime Investigations.
In this fireside chat, we present pioneering information sharing projects that leverage PETs and discuss pertinent GDPR obligations that institutions have to take into consideration.
To ensure a truly comprehensive and effective approach to managing risk, it’s time to take the enterprise-wide approach one step further and transform it into industry-wide collaboration, enabling banks to investigate suspicious activity not only within their own walls, but also across them.
Momentum is increasing for information sharing among financial institutions – but first, they must overcome some critical technical challenges.
Nick Maxwell, Head of the RUSI Future of Financial Intelligence Sharing (FFIS) programme, interviews Ronen Cohen, Head of Product Strategy at Duality Technologies, about the use of Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PETs) in tackling financial crime.
For some time, financial regulators and experts have been pointing to the need for financial institutions to share information to combat global criminal networks more successfully. Secure data collaboration is key for solving this conflict.
Dr. Alon Kaufman summarizes what Duality does and the potential Duality SecurePlus brings to enterprises in many industries.