Every bank must promise protection of customer data. Every bank must be seen to achieve regulatory compliance. All aspects of trust and compliance must be assured across the digital banking landscape.
The nature of threats continually and rapidly mutates – and digital security and compliance practices must be designed to anticipate this volatility.
As a partner in digital transformation, trust and compliance are absolutely central to the Atos banking proposition. Our approach spans banking process and digital vulnerability.
As a European leader in cyber security, Atos also places special emphasis on robust automation – manual practice cannot meet industrialized threats.
Financial Institutions are the subject of 15% of all cyber-attacks.
Trust and Compliance in Banking
Regulation and security go hand in hand. Every bank needs to be meticulous in the former and proactive in the latter – and both must be integral to digital strategy.
As part of its broader digital transformation proposition to its banking clients, Atos has a particular focus on four areas at the core of trust and compliance.
Risk management and reporting
Atos provides a comprehensive and considered framework for risk management in banking, minimizing the risk of fines for non-compliance.
Customers expect sensitive financial information to stay safe. As cyber threats and regulations continue to evolve, Atos offers insurers a new, more flexible approach to data protection.More
Fraud Risk Management
Fraud against banks and banking customers is big business. Atos provides tools to counter it effectively.
Codex for Banking
Turning your data into a differentiator by unlocking new routes to value.
The compliance team in any bank plays a critical business role – but at the same time, represents a significant business expense.
It is now possible to introduce new levels of automation in compliance – reducing stress and cost, while raising performance quality.
See how the Atos compliance-as-a-service proposition could help you alleviate pressure while reducing cost and risk.
The shift to a data culture can turn the challenges of GDPR and PSD2 into growth opportunities. What must banks and insurers do in the short-term?
Protecting information assets is a pervasive challenge for banks with Financial Services ranked amongst the top four target industries for cyber-attacks.