Bill Leblanc, CTO of data security startup Ionic Security, walks through how the software security policy layer works to correctly identify and categorize data, what trends he’s seeing within the industry, and what’s on the roadmap for the year ahead.
8 Securities CEO and Cofounder Mikaal Abdullah, an E-Trade veteran, walks us through building a startup and raising a family in Hong Kong on our What Works podcast.
Annual losses from UK flooding are estimated to be in the region of £500 million, with huge amounts of uninsured loss every year. “Parametric” or “event-based” insurance is one potential solution to this insurance gap. Using affordable IoT technology and platforms like AWS, FloodFlash is the first company to offer parametric flood insurance to small businesses.
Flip-flops in the office, tracking everything, driving out fear, and giving everyone visibility into everything are just some of ways Bridgement is building a very fast-growing fintech startup in one of the fastest growing markets in the world.
Boston-based Toast is a cloud-technology platform that was “purpose-built for the restaurant industry,” says Aman Narang, President and Co-founder of Toast. We recently sat down with Narang to chat about restaurant industry trends, why they picked Boston to headquarter in, what challenges they’re facing, and what’s on the roadmap ahead.
Historically, the legal industry benefited from a “that’s just the cost of doing business” attitude regarding its lack of transparency into billing. That’s all changing now however, with Dublin-based BrightFlag leading the way.
Wellstreet, the tech innovation ecosystem, and investment group announced it was launching the Wellstreet Fintech Loft in collaboration with AWS.
Less than 10% of India’s population is able to get loans from banks. Technology can address this problem by reducing the costs of processing as well as distribution. A growing group of Indian fintech companies led by NIRA Finance are now addressing this market for small-ticket loans.
Earlier this year, several large financial institutions, including Wells Fargo, Capital One, and the Department of Housing and Urban Development, revealed they had been hit by massive data breaches.
Given the ubiquity of marketing through social media and the public-private virtual spaces in which it traffics, consumers expect streamlined accountability from businesses. FMG Suite, a marketing technology company based in San Diego, has positioned itself to meet those expectations for the financial sector. CEO Scott White elaborates.