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What are the key pillars of third-party risk management?
In a recent post by Moody's Analytics, the company outlined three key pillars of third-party risk management.
Quantifind unveils AI-driven risk discovery tool to revolutionise threat assessment
Palo Alto-based company, Quantifind, known for providing AI-powered risk intelligence automation to the world's foremost organisations, has unveiled its ground-breaking AI solution designed to enhance the proactive screening for potential threats.
Hopr harnesses $500K to fortify API protection
Hopr, a cybersecurity trailblazer specialising in automated moving target defense (AMTD) for cloud-based assets, has just announced a $500K funding injection.
BlackRock veteran Patrick Olson takes the reins as ACA CEO
ACA Group, a governance, risk, and compliance (GRC) firm within financial services, has announced the appointment of Patrick Olson as CEO.
Navigating the labyrinth of economic crime with a unified threat matrix
When it comes to navigating the challenges of economic crime, establishing a threat matrix can be a key way to steady the ship. This point...
Team8 leads $5m seed round for FinTech start-up Ballerine
Ballerine, a leading player in the open-source risk decisioning platform arena, has announced a successful seed funding round.
Key indicators for scaling your development team: insights from a RegTech...
In a recent post by Taina Technology, the company’s CTO outlined a number of key indicators for scaling a development team.
Navigating market abuse enforcements: current focus and future implications
eFlow Global recently outlined some of the biggest challenges around navigating market abuse enforcement and future implications.
How AI is bolstering compliance in financial content creation
Compliance with stringent regulations poses a significant challenge in the FinTech landscape. Saifr has rolled out innovative capabilities to aid in the efficient creation of compliant content.
Revolutionising AML strategies with NAICS codes
Evaluating the business line of potential clients is a key part of Know Your Customer (KYC) procedures in commercial relationships. However, analysts often spend substantial time utilising search engines and other manual processes to establish a client's Line of Business. This allows them to assess the risk involved in onboarding records or transactions.