The answer is to change the authentication framework altogether with new technologies that employ passive biometrics and behavioral analytics, writes Ryan Wilk, vice president of customer success at NuData Security.
Global uncertainty is resulting in more and more people beginning to look at the possible impact such issues have on their wealth and how they can mitigate this risk, writes Nigel Green, founder and CEO of deVere Group.
Many bank-driven responses to fintech startups are "force fitting" traditional services, and don't fully meet new consumers' demands for social interaction, writes Ted Bissell, global director for digital consulting at Axis Corporate.
Very large, established industries like financial services have strongly entrenched ways of doing business that, over time, have become inefficient, writes Mariam Nishanian, a representative for Dentacoin, adding blockchain can change that.
While many fintech companies and payment startups have good ideas, they don't yet understand the complexity of integrating into a community bank’s core banking system. That's where partnerships can help, writes Steven J. Ramirez, CEO of Beyond the Arc.