Garylene D. Javier moderated "Innovation in an evolving privacy landscape" at the American Bar Association Business Law Section Consumer Financial Services Committee Winter Meeting
The increased usage of online financial products and services as a result of the pandemic brings to light the benefits and obstacles of technological innovation to enhance consumer convenience while protecting against fraud. Garylene Javier moderated this panel, which explored the public attitudes of online or mobile product and service usage, the types of technologies currently in implementation in financial institutions or developed by fintech entities, and how organizations can adapt with the developing privacy landscape to continue to innovate.
This session covered:
- The current privacy and cybersecurity regulations impacting fintech innovation
- The types of security systems being leveraged to prevent fraud (i.e., biometric technology systems)
- Considerations for future product and service development