The financial services industry exchanges information on securities using some 55 symbologies. Third-party providers have had to develop and maintain complex workflows in order to map diverse market identifiers to the business processes that serve their clients. This requirement has become increasingly cumbersome for third-party providers. Bloombergs Global ID (BBGID), an open symbology system of identifiers for securities is enabling third-party providers to streamline mapping processes, and is available to the public without limitation.
This report explores the opportunities that BBGID creates for third-party providers.
Today more and more insurance companies are demanding systems that support, or enhance, their virtualization strategy. Systems must not only enable work from home or telecommuting programs, but are expected to be available anywhere and anytime.
The insurance agent expects to be able to connect to a system in the office, at home, at a coffee shop, or even on the golf course. As technology advances enable our ability to access information anywhere, so must core systems.
Download this whitepaper to discover a fully integrated, easily configured, web-based suite of core insurance solutions designed to be a complete processing hub for an insurance carrier.
Organizations who handle payment card data are obligated to comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). The PCI DSS is a multifaceted security standard that includes requirements for security management, policies, procedures, network architecture, software design and other critical protective measures. This comprehensive standard is intended to help organizations proactively protect customer account data.
PCI DSS requirements apply to all system components that are included in or connected to the cardholder data environment (CDE). The cardholder data environment is that part of the network that possesses cardholder data or sensitive authentication data, including terminals, network components, servers, and applications. Any device or application that process, transmits, or stores cardholder data and anything connected to those devices or applications is in scope for PCI DSS. This inclusive definition of what needs to be secured has made PCI DSS compliance a complex and costly endeavor for many merchants.
Scope reduction the process of limiting or shrinking the CDE - is a way to reduce costs and effort associated with complying with PCI DSS. This whitepaper discusses how the TransArmor solution can enable scope reduction and ease the burden of PCI compliance.