Leveraging AI to gain Gen Z customers

This week, the Bank Automation News team discusses how identity decisioning platform provider Alloy is using artificial intelligence to attract Generation Z customers. Gen Z, born after 1997, can present a challenge to banks because they generally lack traditional credit and banking services. The BAN team also drilled down on the security risks posed by APIs, which are commonly used to connect banking applications to fintech and data services. These vulnerabilities can put data at risk of being stolen, and can also give attackers a gateway into backend systems, experts say. Gartner this week warned that businesses should take a three-pronged approach to securing APIs.

This week, the Bank Automation News team discusses how identity decisioning platform provider Alloy is using artificial intelligence to attract Generation Z customers. Gen Z, born after 1997, can present a challenge to banks because they generally lack traditional credit and banking services. 

The BAN team also drilled down on the security risks posed by APIs, which are commonly used to connect banking applications to fintech and data services. These vulnerabilities can put data at risk of being stolen, and can also give attackers a gateway into backend systems, experts say. Gartner this week warned that businesses should take a three-pronged approach to securing APIs.
 
Find a discussion of these topics and more in today’s episode of the Weekly Wrap with BAN Editor Myra Thomas and Associate Editor Loraine Lawson for the week ended July 23, 2021. 

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