Posts Tagged ‘cyber security’

IFRS 9, Cyber Security and Section 385 Lead Treasury News for November 2016

EU Endorses IFRS 9 Finally, the EU ratified IFRS 9 late November. All corporations reporting under IFRS should kick off their IFRS 9 implementation projects now, as the European Commission endorsed International Financial Reporting Standard (IFRS) 9, Financial Instruments. The reporting standardbecomes mandatory for years beginning on or after January 1, 2018. The replacement of…

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Cyber Crime and Fraud: How to Improve Data Security in Treasury?

The Most Dangerous Threats Today According to the AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey, 73% of finance professionals admit that their companies were a victim of payment fraud in 2015, an increase of 11% compared to 2014. Sadly, it looks like it’s no longer a question of if, but when an enterprise will be attacked…

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Cyber Threats: How to Protect Your Treasury Data?

As companies – alongside customers and governments – do more business online than ever before, they not only enjoy the benefits of the digital world, but they also are exposed to its threats. Aside from high-profile breaches covered in the media – from Targets to Sony – organisations are actually under constant attack. As an…

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Reval Recommends: Top 10 Treasury Articles in October 2016

Cyber security continues to be the hottest topic in the treasury industry. With the number of cyberattacks increasing constantly, leading consultants, banks and treasury system providers are teaming up to help finance organizations counter this growing risk. A good read on cyber security was published this month by GTNews. Besides cyber security, finance professionals are…

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