Banks and other financial institutions regularly face a gamut of threats: fraud, complying with ever-changing regulatory requirements and cyber crime to name a few — all while being expected to adopt innovative technology that addresses customer experience demands. To that end, on May 6 at 2:00-3:00 EST industry experts from Verint, STS Group, Hancock Whitney Bank and TCF Bank will offer an inside look at how Verint Op-Centre’s newest features and key benefits allow banks to efficiently tackle security issues through a single graphical interface. Intelligent software platforms Though banking customers are demanding more all-digital banking options, when it comes to security, the transition to largely digital isn’t always so simple. Many banks have struggled to adopt a proactive approach to video security, causing a major drain on time and resources. Banks are looking to make the switch to intelligent software platforms and innovative technology that boosts efficiencies, thereby helping them achieve the coverage necessary to reduce fraud while also enhancing the customer experience and reaching operational goals. Many banks have struggled to adopt a proactive approach to video security Enter: Verint Op-Centre. The video management solution for modern-era financial organisation, Verint Op-Centre is an advanced enterprise-class video management solution that enables organisations to monitor and manage Verint-networked NVRs from a central location in a secure, centralised manner. Developed to meet the unique needs of the financial services market, Op-Centre reduces the complexity of video system management across geographically dispersed locations. Video system administration It simplifies video system administration and empowers users to institute a more proactive, efficient approach to maintenance. Its benefits include, but are not limited to: Maintaining vigilance in cyber defence and data protection Adhering to regulatory audit compliance Automating operational tasks for improved efficiency and reaching operational goals Strengthening risk management In the upcoming panel discussion, attendees will get an inside look at how Verint customers are leveraging Op-Centre’s newest features and key benefits. Thousands of financial institutions across the U.S. turn to Verint to identify the best ways to strengthen risk management across domains with technology that simplifies, automates and modernises their fraud and safety programs. “Financial institutions of today need a security solution that truly does it all: enhanced cybersecurity, modernised data visualisation with charts and graphs, and the ability to centrally monitor and maintain NVRs in any number of locations,” Verint GM Matt Tengwall said. “Verint Op-Centre allows security leaders to work smarter and more efficiently.”
Verint® Systems Inc. will host a webinar on Thursday, July 16, during which a panel of speakers will discuss how banks can take the best approach to welcome customers back into their branches as businesses begin to reopen. While some speculated that branch banking might disappear altogether, demand for banking services has not wavered; just 3% of Americans say they would stop using branch banking entirely in the aftermath of the pandemic. July 16, Reopening the Doors: Addressing Compliance, Health, and Community-Focus Areas for Financial Organisations. Security, health and safety consideration In this webinar, panellists will address the legal considerations, new regulations and the critical factors for developing a return-to-work plan that balances security, health, and safety. Speakers will discuss the current state of the financial industry and how banks can take the best approach to welcome customers back into their branches. Panellists include: Kirk Monroe, Executive Vice President, Executive Director of Lending Services, Vectra Bank Sarah Auchterlonie, shareholder at Brownstein, Hyatt, Farber, and Schreck Allison Gambill, Litigation Attorney at Brownstein, Hyatt, Farber, and Schreck Ian Kildow, Financial Fraud Investigative Supervisor at the Colorado Office of the Attorney General, Department of Law "As a trusted partner to financial institutions throughout North America, we have a responsibility to help organisations plan for and adapt to the reopening of branches," says Verint’s Matt Tengwall, Vice President and General Manager, Fraud and Security solutions. "This webinar is designed to provide banks and credit unions with timely information as they evaluate the processes, timelines and guidance needed to help ensure a safe and healthy environment."
Verint® Systems Inc., The Customer Engagement Company™, announces one of the world’s largest banking organisations selected Verint as its new standard solution for enterprise fraud and security investigations. The selection resulted after a thorough analysis of technologies that best fit the bank’s fraud investigation, cybersecurity and deployment management requirements. The bank chose Verint’s enterprise-class recording platform to enhance compliance and fraud control across its network of retail branches and ATMs. The solution combines the powerful network video recorder with robust software for review and enterprise management. Delivering innovative solutions “Verint is focused on developing innovative technologies that help financial institutions reduce fraud and security risk, drive productivity, and help these organisations simplify and modernise their operations,” says Verint’s Matt Tengwall, General Manager, fraud and security solutions. “As the market leader, Verint’s suite of fraud and security solutions are designed to address the unique requirements of banks and credit unions." "We believe the bank’s selection provides validation of our proven ability to deliver innovative solutions that address compliance and fraud control and help leading banks reduce loss and address potential risk.” Verint’s advanced fraud and security solutions can help banks and credit unions identify risks and vulnerabilities in real time, helping fraud investigators mitigate threats, and ensure compliance.