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Banks take military approach to cybersecurity

In an effort to combat cybercrime, banks are taking a military approach to their online security. Read more: www.pymnts.com

Banks feeling the heat from non-banks

Alternative Finance News: When it comes to business loans, banks are facing increased competition from nonbanks. Read more: www.pymnts.com

Banks and cryptocurrencies global evaluation: Europe

European leaders seem to have finally come to a consensus that the innovative technology underlying crypto-assets “has the potential to improve efficiency Read more: cointelegraph.com

Barclays considering Bitcoin trading desk

Barclays Plc has a fairly long history of putting down Bitcoin. Now, the financial institution looks to be changing its tune. Read more: bitcoinist.com

Banks embrace AI but unclear on how to use

Two thirds of large banks have already deployed artificial intelligence and machine learning, according to a survey carried out by Tabb Group. Read more: www.finextra.com

Bank of America: Bitcoin bubble Is already popping

In an analytical note, Bank of America researchers called bitcoin one of the greatest bubbles in history. Read more: www.coindesk.com

TD Bank seeks patent to track payments on public blockchains

North American financial giant TD Bank is planning on potentially using Bitcoin's underlying technology to digitally track assets on the public ledger. Read more: bitcoinist.com

RegTech improves compliance for banks, but also increases costs

RegTech is easing the compliance burden for banks, but it’s not driving down budgets according to recent survey. Read more: regtechanalyst.com

Can banks be a threat to big tech?

Derek White, global head of customer and client solutions at BBVA, took part in Money 20/20 Asia, where he shared his take on the bank vs. big tech debate. Read more: www.finextra.com

Fraud risk for banks is concentrated online: survey

Financial companies that derive most of their revenue from online and mobile channels have substantially higher fraud costs than do similarly, Read more: www.americanbanker.com