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Extra video content – interviews & clips

Removing Process Friction

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In this clip, Stephan van Calker from Tink discusses how OpenBanking is helping to remove process friction for customer, and in turn, take out costs for companies. Variable recurring payments is a great new feature due to arrive, which will really help customers, and with backend account reconciliation too. See the full interview and find out more about Tink -> Here.

Getting paid more by having the right skills

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In this clip, Harrison Goode from Edge Tech, a specialist in technology recruiting, we discuss how having the right skills can make a huge difference in terms of pay rates. It is all a question of supply and demand. See the full interview and find out more about Edge Tech -> Here.

Can we ever be 100% secure?

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In this clip, Guilio Coluccia, CEO of Toothpic, a mobile cyber security firm chats about how in the world of always-on, always connected communication, can we ever have 100% security… and what to do to try to get as near as we possibly can. See the full interview and find out more about Toothpic-> Here.

Smartphones – a game-changer or risk for fraud?

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In this clip, Guilio Coluccia, CEO of Toothpic, a mobile cyber security firm chats about how important smartphones have been for us, especially in preventing fraud and providing identification. Yet with also being always connect, they come with risk too… and we now need to take steps for extra security too. See the full interview and find out more about Toothpic-> Here.

Consumer Duty

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In this clip, Stuart Murgatroyd from Data On Demand discusses some of the innovative ways we can identify vulnerable customers, new data sources that are now available togther with some recent trends. See the full interview and find out more about Data on Demand-> Here.

Can you model vulnerability?

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Helen Lord, CEO of the Vulnerability Registration Service talks about vulnerability models and how the VRS data, which is actual, stacks up against the scores, especially in terms of missing cases at an individual level. See the full interview and find out more about VRS-> Here.