FraudCast – Blockchain Technology for Compliance and Managing Risk (Part 2)

Blockchain Technology for Compliance and Managing Risk (Part 2)   Join us on this episode of FraudCast as we discuss blockchain technology for compliance and managing risk with Ian Worrall, CEO of Encrypted Labs. We answer questions such as: How did you get started? How do you address people being skeptical about robots? Regulatory concerns? Private and/or government? And much more. YouTube link: https://youtu.be/Uw4gsd4z-pQ   Also see: Unlocking Economic Advantage with Blockchain: A guide for asset managers (J.P. Morgan, 2016) PDF Call for Subject Matter Experts to become a guest speaker on FraudCast. Helpful Speaker Tips for step by step instructions on the interview process.

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FraudCast – Blockchain Technology for Compliance and Managing Risk

Blockchain Technology for Compliance and Managing Risk   Join us on this episode of FraudCast as we discuss blockchain technology for compliance and managing risk with Ian Worrall, CEO of Encrypted Labs. We answer questions such as: What is Blockchain Technology? How can it be used to reduce systemic Fraud? What is the competitive advantage of BigchainDB? And much more. YouTube link: https://youtu.be/8m9RblWfORM   Also see: Unlocking Economic Advantage with Blockchain: A guide for asset managers (J.P. Morgan, 2016) PDF Call for Subject Matter Experts to become a guest speaker on FraudCast. Helpful Speaker Tips for step by step instructions on the interview process.

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FraudCast – Cloud Computing

The other day I was at a client site assisting them with building their global antifraud program. While there, I realized they did not have a process for back-up related to employees who travelled. They had a robust system-level process for backing up desktops and laptops while they were actively connected to their network. However, there was no process in place (manual or otherwise) to back-up the data on employee’s laptops when they were travelling and thus not connected to the organization’s network. Many of the thousands of people who travelled would be in the field (yes, sometimes an actual field near a tiny village in the jungle) for weeks… Read More

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