CyberSecurity, FINTECH, Business Transformation and Innovation
Cyber security analysts (also called information security analysts) plan and carry out security measures to protect a company’s computer networks and systems according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. They keep constant tabs on threats and monitor their organization’s networks for any breaches in security. The candidate should have technical knowledge, strong verbal and written communication skills, an ability to think logically and troubleshoot, an ability to learn new technologies and an ability to work independently.
A fraud specialist is responsible for tracking and monitoring illegal transactions on customers’ financial accounts without the authorization of the account owner. A fraud specialist works with mainframe and online systems to file fraud disputes and ACH debits as well as ATM transactions. The candidate should have excellent communication and writing skills. They should be able to gather evidence and have practical Knowledge of Fraud Investigation.
Anti-money laundering specialists investigate money laundering risks in banks and financial institutions. They ensure the identification, monitoring and documentation of suspicious transactions. Anti-money laundering specialists need to have strong analytical skills in order to organize and analyze multiple data sets. Strong database skills are also necessary to work with advanced pivot tables, data sets and statistical search methods.
A business transformation specialist defines a company’s strategy for new and emerging technologies. You would lead efforts related to the research and experimentation of fintech. Candidates work with colleagues and industry experts to advance the innovation agenda. Candidates must have their finger on the pulse of trends and advancements in emerging technology. such as: Blockchain, AI, Quantum Computing, Digital Assets and Cryptocurrencies.
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