Ulrich Scholten (guest) & Stefan Hansen

Ulrich Scholten (guest) & Stefan Hansen

Ulrich Scholten is an internationally active entrepreneur and scientist. He holds a PhD in information technology and owns several patents on cloud-based sensors. His research on cloud computing is regularly published in highly rated journals and conference papers. From 2008 - 2015, he was associated research scientist at the Karlsruhe Service Research Institute (KSRI), a partnership by KIT and IBM, where he researched network effects around web-platforms together with SAP Research.

Stefan Hansen is a Global Marketing VP at Cryptomathic and oversees Cryptomathic's marketing operations. As a Marketing Geek, Stefan's understanding of the technological aspects of Cryptomathic's solutions is second only to his appreciation of the subtleties of marketing. His expertise includes Digital & Content Marketing, Event Management, Product Marketing and Project Management (and 90's hip hop). Stefan holds a BA (Hons) in Marketing and a Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Marketing from the Chartered Institute of Marketing.
Bring Your Own Key (BYOK) to AWS Enlarges Scope of Manoeuvre for Financial Institutions

Bring Your Own Key (BYOK) to AWS Enlarges Scope of Manoeuvre for Financial Institutions

This article discusses how Cryptomathic CKMS addresses concerns that financial institutions may have regarding key management in the cloud - by bringing banking-grade lifecycle key management and BYOK to Amazon Web Services (AWS) as a hybrid-cloud banking architecture.

Bring Your Own Key (BYOK) to the Google Cloud Brings New Opportunities to Financial Institutions

Bring Your Own Key (BYOK) to the Google Cloud Brings New Opportunities to Financial Institutions

This article discusses the concerns surrounding key management for cloud environments and how Cryptomathic addresses them by bringing banking-grade cryptographic key management to the Google Cloud - in the context of a hybrid-cloud banking architecture.

Key Management: New Digital Models for Banks and New Security Models, Too

Key Management: New Digital Models for Banks and New Security Models, Too

In rethinking their strategies, traditional banks have eight digital business model options to consider in order to remain competitive against untraditional newcomers to the industry.

Retail Banking - A Stacked Platform Future with Next Generation Security

Retail Banking - A Stacked Platform Future with Next Generation Security

Consumer behavior have shown a dramatic shift toward a preference for seamless digital banking solutions. Many banking customers now want simple and reliable products and services from their banks and other financial institutions.

Banking-Grade BYOK for Office 365

Banking-Grade BYOK for Office 365

Securing data and keeping it private is essential for many organizations and institutions, including banks or ministries, where data security and data privacy are critical. That security and privacy must always be assured and remain in control under the institution or organization.

IBM's z15 Mainframe - Security, Resilience and Secure Key Management for Financial Service Platforms

IBM's z15 Mainframe - Security, Resilience and Secure Key Management for Financial Service Platforms

Banks continue to feel the profound transformational effects that digital technologies have on their business. This can be seen in the creation and acceleration of new business activities, models, competencies, and processes.

Open Banking - Success through Agile Alignment of Security Infrastructure, Strategy and Technology

Open Banking - Success through Agile Alignment of Security Infrastructure, Strategy and Technology

Open banking can offer opportunities for retail banks that are faced with competition from newcomers to the banking and finance industry. For those unfamiliar with what open banking is, it can be best defined as “the use of open APIs that enable third-party developers (FinTech or non-banking service providers) to provide applications and services around the financial institution.” These services may be located between the customer and the bank, or placed in the bank’s bank-end.

What Do Companies Perceive as the Most Important Encryption Features?

What Do Companies Perceive as the Most Important Encryption Features?

The need for certain encryption technology features can vary from company to company, depending on their individual needs for securing their data. The recent Ponemon Institute survey, Global Encryption Trends Study, showed that some encryption features are considered more essential than others when considering an encryption solution, especially for strong key management purposes.

Banks, Ecosystems & Service Innovation - Aligning the Crypto Architecture around MS Azure and Dynamics

Banks, Ecosystems & Service Innovation - Aligning the Crypto Architecture around MS Azure and Dynamics

This article explores the concept of financial service platforms and aligns resulting business (process) goals with the necessary crypto architecture. We have a particular look at the integration of MS Dynamics and MS Azure, as it is a rapidly growing service extension platform for many banks.