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Challenger banks lack outsourcing options, claims Metro Bank president

A lack of IT outsourcing support is preventing new banks from challenging the large incumbents, according to Metro Bank's president. » zum Artikel

Die Top-CIO-Wechsel Banken und Versicherungen

Deutsche Bank, Volkswagen, UBS: Die Top-CIO-Wechsel Banken und Versicherungen (Foto: Roman Levin - Fotolia.com)
Deutsche Bank, Volkswagen, UBS: Nicht nur mit SEPA und Solvency kämpften Banken und Versicherungen 2013. Manches Unternehmen verlor den IT-Chef. Ein Rückblick auf die CIO-Wechsel in der Finanzbranche. » zum Artikel
  • Christiane Pütter
    Christiane Pütter


    Christiane Pütter ist Journalistin aus München. Sie schreibt über IT, Business und Wissenschaft. Zu ihren Auftraggebern zählen neben CIO und Computerwoche mehrere Corporate-Publishing-Magazine, vor allem im Bereich Banken/Versicherungen.

Recent cyber attacks reveal bank vulnerabilities, says Bank of England

Several banks have been targeted in cyber attacks in the past six months, disrupting services and highlighting the vulnerabilities of their IT infrastructure. » zum Artikel

Bank of England calls for plans to improve banks' resilience to cyber attacks

The Bank of England has demanded that banks move to improve resiliency against cyber attacks, warning that complex legacy IT systems are leaving the finance sector vulnerable to a "growing" cyber threat. » zum Artikel

Die Top-CIOs der Banken

Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank, Dekabank: Die Top-CIOs der Banken (Foto: Finanz Informatik Solutions Plus)
Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank, Dekabank: Unsere Bildergalerie gibt einen Überblick über die wichtigsten CIOs der deutschen Bankenlandschaft. » zum Artikel
  • Christiane Pütter
    Christiane Pütter


    Christiane Pütter ist Journalistin aus München. Sie schreibt über IT, Business und Wissenschaft. Zu ihren Auftraggebern zählen neben CIO und Computerwoche mehrere Corporate-Publishing-Magazine, vor allem im Bereich Banken/Versicherungen.
  • Andrea König
    Andrea König


    Andrea König lebt als freie Journalistin in Hamburg. Arbeiten von ihr wurden unter anderem in der Süddeutschen Zeitung und im Focus veröffentlicht, seit 2008 schreibt sie auch für CIO. Die Schwerpunkte Ihrer Arbeit für die Redaktion sind Themen rund um Karriere, soziale Netzwerke, die Zukunft der Arbeit und Buchtipps für Manager.

Danske Bank hires ex-Barclays CIO as COO with IT responsibility

Former Barclays global CIO for retail and commercial banking operations, Jim Ditmore, has been made Group COO at Danske Bank with responsibility for group IT and services. » zum Artikel

Praxisbeispiele für Big Data

Tipps von Deutsche Bank Research: Praxisbeispiele für Big Data (Foto: vario images, Otto GmbH & Co. KG)
Tipps von Deutsche Bank Research: Ein Retailer analysiert das Kaufveralten von Schwangeren. Und Sensoren im Fußboden werden melden, wenn jemand stürzt. » zum Artikel
  • Christiane Pütter
    Christiane Pütter


    Christiane Pütter ist Journalistin aus München. Sie schreibt über IT, Business und Wissenschaft. Zu ihren Auftraggebern zählen neben CIO und Computerwoche mehrere Corporate-Publishing-Magazine, vor allem im Bereich Banken/Versicherungen.

SoftBank CEO Son: US mobile broadband industry needs more competition

The CEO of Japan's SoftBank mobile carrier promised to bring stiff price and speed competition to the U.S., saying he feels an obligation to improve slow speeds and drive down prices. » zum Artikel

Bank of England invests £1.2 million in compliance data collection systems

The Bank of England plans to spend up to £1.2 million on new software systems to improve the collection of data from UK insurance firms. » zum Artikel

Allied Irish Bank ups IT investment to support digital revamp

Allied Irish Bank (AIB) has increased spending on IT as it seeks to realign its business to focus on digital services. » zum Artikel

Two Lloyds bank IT women up for FDM everywoman in technology awards

Senior IT leaders at Lloyds Banking Group are two of the finalists in this year's FDM everywoman in technology awards. » zum Artikel

Six major banks agree to develop centralised customer data register

A group of banks including JP Morgan and Citigroup have agreed to develop and use a centralised 'know your customer' register to reduce the cost of storing data for compliance purposes. » zum Artikel

Commonwealth Bank CIO lets Pegasystems do the 'grunt work'

There are few more ringing endorsements in IT than from Commonwealth Bank of Australia, chief information officer, Michael Harte. » zum Artikel

Bitcoin bank Flexcoin shuts down after massive theft

Flexcoin, a site that described itself as the "world's first bitcoin bank," has closed after it got hacked and all of the bitcoins it had placed in online storage were stolen, the site recently announced. » zum Artikel

Was iOS patch update responsible for industry-wide mobile bank outages

Widespread mobile banking outages affecting a number of high street lenders this morning, may have been caused by a recent update to Apple's iOS operating system. » zum Artikel

Arrested SpyEye author also developed mystery Tilon bank Trojan, says security firm

Arrested SpyEye author Aleksandr Panin was probably responsible for the Tilon bank Trojan, developed as a "side project" using the same source code as his more famous creation, an analysis by Dutch security firm Fox-IT has concluded. » zum Artikel

Spanish bank develops smartwatch and Google Glass apps for customers

Spanish lender Caixa Bank is tapping into growing demand for wearable technology with the development of smartwatch and Google Glass apps. » zum Artikel

iBank 5: Personal finance Mac app corners the market on your money

A few years back a world without Quicken as the mainstay of personal finance apps would have been unimaginable. It was the go to application for managing personal finances on your Mac. Now it's hard to imagine that world without IGG Software's iBank 5. iBank 5 is a best of class app that continues to add features and value and which should be your personal finance app of choice. » zum Artikel

Banks turn to smartphone tech to fight online fraud

To ward off cyber-crooks trying to break into customers' accounts, banks are expanding their security efforts beyond desktops and onto iPhones and other mobile devices. » zum Artikel

Banks push for tokenization standard to secure credit card payments

A group representing 22 of the world's largest banks is pushing for broad adoption in the U.S. of payment card technology called tokenization, citing shortcomings in the planned migration to the Europay MasterCard Visa (EMV) smartcard standard over the next two years. » zum Artikel

City of London Police to train bankers in cyber security

The British Bankers' Association (BBA) and City of London Police have announced plans to train bankers in how to identify and tackle cyber crime. » zum Artikel

Bank of England tenders for IT Service Management toolset

The Bank of England is planning to implement a new set of tools to deliver, manage and support its best practice ITIL aligned processes. » zum Artikel

Cyber attack test highlights need for better communication among banks

A Bank of England-led exercise aimed at testing the resilience of UK banks' cyber defences has highlighted concerns over information-sharing during a real attack. » zum Artikel

Former SAP president joins National Australia Bank Board

National Australia Bank (NAB), which owns Yorkshire and Clydesdale banks, has appointed a former president of SAP for North America to its board. » zum Artikel

Banks face "significant" DDoS threat as cyber criminals target share prices

Financial institutions face a "significant" and growing cyber threat, as hacktivists and criminals attempt to manipulate markets with distributed denial of service attacks, according to a report. » zum Artikel

Do ATMs running Windows XP pose a security risk You can bank on it

World-renowned IT security expert Bruce Schneier is a friend of mine. He's worked extensively with my fiance, Sean Rooney, on a couple of projects. So, beyond my career-related need to keep up with the latest IT security news, I also read Schneier's website periodically the way people look at their friends' pages on Facebook. "What's he up to lately What's on his mind" » zum Artikel

Mobile payments in Australia: state of the banks

Major Australian banks have made mobile payments a priority tech initiative and are in various stages of rolling out technology that lets customers pay with smartphones. Commonwealth Bank and Westpac are so far leading the pack, but ANZ Bank and National Australia Bank (NAB) say they are planning to make their own moves soon. » zum Artikel

JP Morgan names IT exec who died after falling from bank's Canary Wharf tower

A JP Morgan employee who fell to his death from the bank's London office in Canary Wharf has been named as Gabriel Magee, an American vice president in the corporate and investment bank technology business. » zum Artikel

SpyEye bank Trojan creator Aleksandr Panin faces 30 years in jail

The Russian man who created the SpyEye Trojan used to attack countless millions of online bank accounts has pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges in an Atlanta court room. » zum Artikel

African banks investigated for cybercrime complicity

Details are emerging about investigations into African banks that allegedly have been complicit in the growing incidence of cybercrime in the region. » zum Artikel


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A lack of IT outsourcing support is preventing new banks from challenging the large incumbents, according to Metro Bank's president.
Nicht nur mit SEPA und Solvency kämpften Banken und Versicherungen 2013. Manches Unternehmen verlor den IT-Chef. Ein Rückblick auf die CIO-Wechsel in der Finanzbranche.
Several banks have been targeted in cyber attacks in the past six months, disrupting services and highlighting the vulnerabilities of their IT infrastructure.