Malaysia’s banks face a new threat: Competitors ranging from technology and telecommunications companies to consumer retailers and travel agents who are using digital technologies to edge in on the retail banking landscape. This new competition is a significant threat but also spell an opportunity, according to consultancy firm Accenture.
New consumer research undertaken by SunGard has found that banks in some of the world’s fastest-growing emerging markets are still struggling to meet evolving customer expectations.
Consumers in Asia Pacific are leading the demand for mobile commerce services globally, with 84% asking for more mobile interactions with banks, telcos, retailers, utilities and other businesses, according to a study by SAP AG.
In seven years, without any fuss or buzz, Ivan Teh has built a company valued at RM700 million. He did it by targeting the enterprise space.
Virtual private network (VPN) service provider BolehVPN looked at HTTPS vulnerabilities and analysed Malaysia’s top banks and their Internet services, finding some 'shocking results.'
CIOs and CISOs need to have a plan in place and consider a broad set of defensive tools that combine on-premise technologies and cloud-based scrubbing services, writes Check Point Software Technologies.
RHB Bank Bhd is the first bank in Malaysia to receive Facebook verification for its brand page on the social network site.
The final instalment in Dinesh Lal Kumar’s four-part series covering the challenges banks face in serving the digital consumer.
The third in Dinesh Lal Kumar’s four-part series covering the challenges banks face in serving the digital consumer.
The second in Dinesh Lal Kumar’s four-part series covering the challenges banks face in serving the digital consumer.