Reduce operational risk with ClusterSeven
FinTech Profile has a special feature from Nick Habgood, Managing Partner of private equity firm, Azini Capital Partners. Nick talks about the benefits of end user computer management being fundamental to reducing operational and compliance risks. Read the full article
Solvency II: Insurers raise their game
The latest article from Global Risk Regulator references the recent CEB Tower Group report and includes comment from ClusterSeven VP of Sales, Henry Umney. The insurance industry is adapting to the demands of the new Solvency II regulatory regime, but the unprecedented vote for Brexit...
Preventing an operationally crippling ransomware attack:
PREVENTING AN OPERATIONALLY CRIPPLING RANSOMWARE ATTACK – DO YOU KNOW WHERE YOUR RISK EXPOSURE LIES? By Jim Culverwell, Vice President, Research & Development, ClusterSeven Given the fast pace of technological advancement and the growing sophistication of hackers, when it comes to security, organisations across industries...
The GDPR Clock is Ticking
Finance Monthly Feature: Ian Cleaver, VP of Global Professional Services at ClusterSeven With the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) scheduled to come into effect in two years’ time, the clock is ticking. The central tenet of the regulation is that organisations will need to...
Research Paper: Quantification of End User Computing Risk in Financial Services
Working with ClusterSeven as Research Partner, Chartis has launched its latest report; Quantification of End User Computing Risk in Financial Services. This report details the risks associated with EUC, as well as the potential consequences to financial institutions. It then highlights the importance of a...
Managing spreadsheet risk when outsourcing business processes
While outsourcing partners pride themselves on their ability to maintain high quality data management standards and reduce the costs of running processes, there is a vital piece of business activity that warrants particular scrutiny. This is the use of Excel spreadsheets: firstly as a means...