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The Quintessential Technology Source for Corporate Financial Professionals

Can Empathetic Machines Create...

By Supryo Sen, EVP and GM, Global Head of Financial Services, Optimal...

Out of the Box or Build Your Own?

By J Douglas Maxwell, Chief Financial Officer, American First Finance

Helping Model Risk Management with Machine...

By Stephen Hsu, SVP, Model Risk Management, Pacific Western Bank

Fraud in the Time of COVID

By Patrick Dutton, Regional Head, Intelligence and Analytics, HSBC

Balancing Risk and Revenue

By Tracy Metzger, COO, Vesta Corporation

Balancing Risk and Revenue

Recent research estimated that combined chargeback management and fraud-prevention costs account for between 14.9 percent and 23 percent of an average merchant’s overall operational

The Changing Role of Software Testing in an Agile Environment

By Brad Boemmel, Director of Quality Assurance, Morningstar, Inc.

The Changing Role of Software Testing in an Agile Environment

The agile software development life cycle was designed primarily by and for developers; it was not created to optimize Quality Assurance (QA).

How Technology Is Changing the Payments Leader Role in Financial Services

By Christopher Danvers, VP-Payments & Digital Services, American Airlines Federal Credit Union

Long gone are the days when you can just be an effective leader in your field, or area of expertise, with just a deep vertical knowledge of your specific function.

The Importance of Security Leadership in Today's World

By Jason Blumenauer, Vice President of Security, FirstGroup America

The Importance of Security Leadership in Today's World

In today’s world security and business continuity should be a fundamental expression of any proactive business philosophy.

Automation Helps IT be a Valuable Business Partner

By Sandy Figurski, CIO, Horace Mann [NYSE:HMN]

Automation Helps IT be a Valuable Business Partner

Over the past several years of being a CIO, I’ve learned not just the value of knowing the business, but the need to know the processes and tactics that make it work.

Securing Success: The Future of Commercial Banking

By Jay Poole, SVP-Commercial Banking, SunTrust

Securing Success: The Future of Commercial Banking

How banks respond to customer engagement, growth and efficiency, regulation, and competition are inextricably linked.

Win Big or Bust- Making the Right Bets on Corporate Financial Systems

By Michelle DeBella, Global Head of Internal Audit, Uber

Win Big or Bust- Making the Right Bets on Corporate Financial Systems

Once you cover some of the fundamentals like the budget, on-premise or cloud-based preferences, and other basics, the “lucky seven” mentioned can make you–and your finance partners–a winner

Becoming a leader in Enterprise Security

By RANDY RAW, VP of Information Security, Veterans United Home Loans

Becoming a leader in Enterprise Security

Many readers of Enterprise Security are focusing on technical topics to increase knowledge and gain expertise. There is also an opportunity, and need, for those same individuals to learn about leadership.

Surf like a "Pro" on FinTech

By Elyn Chen, Group CFO, Laird Performance Materials [LSE: LRD]

Only by embracing and taking full advantage of the advancement of AI and big data, can we fully capitalize our value as human to rationalize the results, which is pivotal to the success of AI applications today

Transforming Data into Knowledge in the Corporate Environment

By Nestor Nova, Director of Financial Planning and Analysis, Margaritaville Hospitality Group

Transforming Data  into Knowledge in the  Corporate Environment

We see the impact of technology in our daily lives. We make decisions with information that is literally at our fingertips.

Bank Security through the Years

By John Deerin, Senior Vice President, Security Director & BSA Officer, The Bank of Tampa

Bank Security through the Years

Clearly, as the result of massive data breaches through the last few years, all customer personal information can be assumed to be floating out in the badlands

Something Old, Something New

By Scott Walkinshaw, Chief Financial Officer, Freo Group

Something Old, Something New

As a Marmon/Berkshire Hathaway company, we are focused on delivering value to shareholders as well as being an excellent corporate citizen and a part of the local communities in which we operate

Security and Integrity of the Data is Imperative for Growing Threat to Cyber Security

By Frances Hudson, Investment Director, Global Thematic Strategist, Standard Life Investments[LSE:SL]

Security and Integrity of the Data is Imperative for Growing Threat to Cyber Security

Innovation in financial technology (FinTech) represents both opportunities and challenges to traditional business .

Do's and don'ts of Change Management in Financial Systems Initiatives

By Tim Hird, Executive Director, Robert Half Management Resources

Do's and don'ts of Change Management in Financial Systems Initiatives

Don’t skimp on resources

Exploring Financial Implications to achieve Long-Term Goals

By Pat Doyle, EVP & CFO, DirecTV

Exploring Financial  Implications to achieve  Long-Term Goals

The ability of Finance organizations to provide senior management with timely and relevant feedback on the implications of business decisions via forecasting is critical.

How Technology has changed the face of AP

By Mary Ioane, Head of Accounts Payable, WPP AUNZ [NYSE: WPP]

How Technology has changed the face of AP

It no longer is just repetitive work at its finest but helping to expand an individual’s way of thinking, to look outside the box for fast, effective solutions

3 Reasons Why HR And Finance Should Collaborate

By Bertrand Dussert, VP, HCM Transformation and Thought Leadership, Oracle

3 Reasons Why HR And Finance Should Collaborate

It’s no secret that digital transformation is happening and dramatically affecting the pace of business, both externally with customers, vendors, and partners, but also internally with regard to employees.