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Fraud Detection & Management

Prevent, detect and manage fraud across the enterprise, making smarter decisions, increasing return on capital and driving business performance are the key indicators of an organization that are thriving management. Banks are likely to become exposed to diverse frauds involving various intruders like: employees, customers and those with whom it has

Bitcoin, Libra Heading for Social Media Showdown

Twitter’s cofounder and chief executive Jack Dorsey and Facebook’s co-founder and chief executive Mark Zuckerberg have emerged as champions of two similar but opposing ideas: the internet needs its own currency, but one sees it as centralized, through Facebook, the other sees it as decentralised, through bitcoin, Billy Bambrough reported in Forbes. Zuckerberg appears

Interoperability for Financial Inclusion in Digital Bangladesh

Digital financial inclusion for the poor is now happening nowadays but still, the consumer is facing problem on payment. While traditional microfinance and banks remain important, the potential of using new technology-based platforms to serve the poor is huge. In particular, mobile network coverage and the use of a variety

Major Milestone for Bitcoin on its 11th Birthday

It is estimated that around $4.2bn worth of cryptocurrency has been stolen by hackers so far this year, exceeding the record total from last year. On October 31, bitcoin’s 11th anniversary, the world’s first cryptocurrency reached a major milestone – $1 billion in cumulative transaction fees. Analytics firm Coin Metrics said its data

Smart city initiatives in Bangladesh

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Bangladesh Section is going to organize “Smart City Initiatives- Bangladesh” on 24-25 September, 2019 at the Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), Dhaka. IEEE is the world's largest association of technical professionals with more than 4,23,000 members in over 160 countries around the

Partisan student politics is a menace to higher education institutions in Bangladesh

The brutal killing of Abrar Fahad, a student of Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), has once again brought the debate over banning student politics at educational institutions to the fore. The way Abrar was beaten to death by the so-called student leaders (some 19 student activists allegedly involved

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