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Content tagged with Risk Management posted in December 2013
Community Chatter: Most Commented Articles of 2013
Slideshows  |  12/31/2013  | 
When community members start commenting on an article, the comments usually come in bunches. This year articles about cybersecurity, high-frequency trading, Elizabeth Warren and big data generated a lot of interest and comments. Here are the articles you were talking about in 2013.
Tis The Season For Hacks: 5 Tips to Combat Holiday Fraud
Slideshows  |  12/20/2013  | 
Cyber fraud peaks during the holidays, here are some strategies fraud teams can use to prepare.
Connecting the Spine to the Brain: DTCC Limit Notifications
Commentary  |  12/20/2013  | 
To improve risk controls, different systems across the industry need to start working together.
Network Security Has Become More Complex, Has Technology Kept Pace?
News  |  12/19/2013  | 
Advanced threats, applications and even SaaS services are increasingly utilizing non-standard and largely unmonitored ports.
Your Top 10 Articles of 2013
Slideshows  |  12/17/2013  | 
IT salary trends, career advice, trading glitches and articles about Senator Elizabeth Warren's efforts to confront banks are the articles you read the most this year. Here are the top 10 most read articles in Wall Street & Technology's community for 2013.
Bloomberg Aims To Ease Instant Messaging Compliance
News  |  12/17/2013  | 
Following rate rigging scandals where traders used chat rooms to communicate, Bloomberg consolidates messaging compliance tools for clients.
Why Market Risk Systems Are Vital to Volcker Rule Compliance
Commentary  |  12/16/2013  | 
The race is on to reconfigure or implement ongoing position management capabilities, specifically as it relates to extraneous agency positions, writes Daniel Parker of SunGard's capital market business in the second part of his series on the Volcker Rule.
LEIs, A Regulatory Darling, Leave Firms In Search of Accuracy
News  |  12/16/2013  | 
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.
In God We Trust: All Others Bring Data
Commentary  |  12/16/2013  | 
The way FX benchmarks are set and how FX trading is monitored is about to fundamentally change.
Mobile Security in the Face of BYOW (yes, "W") Cross-Device Attacks & More
News  |  12/10/2013  | 
Four fundamental assertions to start the mobile security conversation
Backup Services Require More Than 'Set and Forget'
News  |  12/10/2013  | 
23-24% of small to mid-size firms across industries have never checked backups, according to BUMI's customer and partner survey.
Funds Look to Liquidity Management Tools For Competitive Edge
News  |  12/9/2013  | 
Ledgex launches liquidity management and reporting tool for fund of fund and institutional managers.
Learning From Past Mistakes With Predictive Analytics
News  |  12/4/2013  | 
Exchanges and investment firms are testing the waters with a real-time predictive analytics platform to make better evidence-based decisions.
Where are the Technologists’ Voices in Global Financial Reform?
Commentary  |  12/4/2013  | 
In an attempt to fix the plumbing of the global financial markets under Dodd Frank with a unique identification code for swaps and counterparties, technology has been an afterthought, writes Allan Grody, President of Financial InterGroup Holdings LLC.

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