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The oracle of Silicon Valley, Mary Meeker – a partner at Kleiner Perkins – just published her highly anticipated 2015 Internet Trends Report.  Meeker’s report is the ultimate compilation of essential technology statistics, and is one of the most widely read and respected insights into the future of the Internet and technology trends. Encompassing everything from smartphone penetration to drones, messaging apps to India as the next Internet penetration growth market, Meeker, in 197 slides,…
This post was also written by Christopher Fatherley. At this week’s highly anticipated new product launch, Tim Cook (Apple’s CEO) introduced Apple Pay, Apple’s new payment platform driven by the event’s leading stars, the iPhone 6 and iWatch. As usual, the excitement was infectious and palpable, even for those virtually participating from locations thousands of miles from Cupertino. Apple is entering the payments market as a starting point for a new service category in its groundbreaking…
This post was also written by Timothy Nagle and Christopher Fatherley. The New York Department of Financial Services (“DFS”) has joined the growing chorus of financial regulators expressing heightened concern for bank cybersecurity preparedness. On May 6, 2014 New York’s Governor Andrew M. Cuomo released a 13 page “horizontal perspective” entitled Report on Cyber Security in the Banking Sector. The document is co-endorsed by Benjamin M. Lawsky, New York State’s Superintendent of Financial Services. The report…
This post was also written by Timothy J. Nagle. Last week, congressional leaders in Washington continued with their focus on the safety of the U.S. payments system in the aftermath of the massive retailer breaches at Target, Neiman Marcus and others. The House Committee on Financial Services held its session March 5, while the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology hearing was held March 6. The message coming out of the hearings was…
This post was also written by Timothy J. Nagle. Last week, congressional leaders in Washington continued with their focus on the safety of the U.S. payments system in the aftermath of the massive retailer breaches at Target, Neiman Marcus and others. The House Committee on Financial Services held its session March 5, while the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology hearing was held March 6. The message coming out of the hearings was…