Profile of Becca LipmanSenior Editor
Member Since: 5/8/2014
Blog Posts: 239
Becca Lipman is Senior Editor for Wall Street & Technology. She writes in-depth news articles with a focus on big data and compliance in the capital markets. She regularly meets with information technology leaders and innovators and writes about cloud computing, datacenters, market structure, and the impacts of regulations and social media on business strategy. Prior to joining WS&T Becca served as Editor-in-Chief at Kapitall Wire where she regularly reported on the stock market and trading strategies. Originally from New Jersey, she received a BA in both economics and environmental studies from New York University.
Articles by Becca Lipman
posted in December 2013
Accenture lists the most important things clients should be thinking about, and the challenges in bringing them to the forefront.
Amid the user-sensitive subject of recording, the battle between recording applications and in-network recording continues.
Each year Cognito, the PR and marketing agency that specializes in financial services and technology, holds a holiday party with a specialized set of financial services drinks.
Cyber fraud peaks during the holidays, here are some strategies fraud teams can use to prepare.
Advanced threats, applications and even SaaS services are increasingly utilizing non-standard and largely unmonitored ports.
Electronic trading of US Treasuries is on the rise, driving demand for connectivity.
Regulators are recognizing the importance of legal entity identifiers (LEIs), but in the global and ever-changing market it's difficult for companies to accurately manage scale and complexity of data sourcing.
See how financial services is taking a leading role in the new social business.
MarkITx, a marketplace for buying and selling used enterprise IT equipment, is growing across 5 continents.
23-24% of small to mid-size firms across industries have never checked backups, according to BUMI's customer and partner survey.
Ledgex launches liquidity management and reporting tool for fund of fund and institutional managers.
Financial services marketing does not have a great relationship with IT. That needs to change.
Exchanges and investment firms are testing the waters with a real-time predictive analytics platform to make better evidence-based decisions.
Jefferies uses Vault to monitor and manage all enterprise-wide communications including Microsoft Exchange email as well as mobile, social and Bloomberg messaging.
According to a SimCorp survey 40% of buy-side investors have little confidence in the data they use to make investment decisions.