October 29, 2020
Virtual Event
10:00-1:30PM ET
This Virtual Seminar & Panel will focus on emerging technologies poised to make the biggest impact for financial services organizations in 2021.
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In the city that never sleeps, the pace of change never diminishes. Join this session of experts as we provide a look forward to the technologies and innovations that will be changing our world in 2021 and beyond.

Topics covered will include:

  • Alternative payment networks/mechanisms
  • Digital finance
  • Emerging technologies in cybersecurity, applications, infrastructure
  • The API economy and what it means for financial services firms
  • Best practices: Keeping up with innovation
  • Blockchain/DLT
  • Quantum Computing
  • Futurists Speak: Business model evolution
  • Infrastructure for advanced analytics
  • Quantum computing and beyond
  • Next-generation skills and credentials for next-generation computing and analysis

Agenda

10:00AM-10:05AM WSTA Introductions: Thomas Piderit, Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York and WSTA Secretary

10:05AM-10:30AM Keynote Presentation: “Five Must-Have Innovation Initiatives for 2021”

10:30AM-10:50AM Premier Sponsor Presentation: “Key Trends in Managing Applications for Financial Services”

10:50AM-11:10AM Secondary Sponsor Presentation: “Financial Institutions Need Technology That Can Move at the Speed of Business”

11:10AM-11:20AM Break

11:20AM-11:40AM Presentation: “Credential Stuffing Attacks”

11:40AM-12:00PM Presentation: “Post-COVID Secure Access – Drivers, Zero Trust and What’s Next”

12:00PM-12:20PM Presentation: “Optimizing Your Asia Pacific Trading Network”

12:20PM-12:30PM Break

12:30PM-1:30PM Panel Discussion: “Best Practices for Enabling Application and Infrastructure Innovation”

1:30PM- Event Concludes


Eligible for CPE Credits
Earn up to 3.5 CPE Credits at this event! Click here for more details.

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