The IoT Opportunity: DBS Bank

In this Hot Topics episode, Chief Innovation Officer at DBS Bank, Neal Cross, discusses the IoT opportunity his company is pursuing: utilizing IoT products to improve relationships with their clients.

These new IoT products allow DBS to better understand their customers (with their permission, of course) and in turn provide innovative services to their clients. While bridging the physical and digital worlds to create frictionless and highly contextualized interactions between their products and customers, DBS Bank’s highest priority is data security. When integrating the IoT into financial services, DBS focuses on partnering across industries and government to ensure they have the best data protection policies in place. After watching the videos below, visit us here to find out why leading organizations are choosing ForgeRock to provide digital identity to secure the Internet of Things.

 

Vid 1 DBS Bank’s Chief Innovation Officer on the bank’s new IoT-related products

 

Vid 2 The sectors that DBS Bank’s Chief Innovation Officer believes IoT will reshape

 

Vid 3 DBS Bank CIO: Cybersecurity basics will protect IoT’s new attack surfaces

 

Vid 4 DBS Bank Chief Innovation Officer cautions regulation in IoT – for now

 

 

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Who Is Robert Humphrey?

Who’s Robert? Robert does the marketing thing here at ForgeRock, aka he’s our CMO. With 5 years working in the identity industry, he’s held sales and marketing roles at CA Technologies, ITKO, Infor, McAfee, i2, and now ForgeRock… hmmm...is ‘difficult to pronounce’ in Robert’s job search requirements? If you’ve met Robert, you know him for his sense of humor, contagious laugh, or most likely, his role as an extra in the 1976 film Logan’s Run. Try to find him.

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