The handling of money and other finances has changed drastically over the last decade. In a time that wealth and assets are so easily moved, bought and sold with such ease, there also comes the dangers of fraud and security in the process.
Many major companies and institutions battling this problem attended the Cyber Security & Protection Conference in Tokyo. The aim is to try and share ideas and plans and to also speak on the problems they have faced over the years and how they deal with such issues.
It’s undeniable, in a fast-pace world where technology is taking over and money is moved from one country to the next at just the tap of a finger on a mobile device, security has to improve to keep up with attacks. Assets can be stripped and moved across borders in a blink of an eye.
A representative from Bellrose Group, Mr. Jonathan Weller (Head of Private Client Division) who was present at the conference said:
“Here at Bellrose group our priority, other than to ensure the success of our partners and clients, is to ensure that our entire process is safe and secure in every way possible.
“We want the utmost confidence from our clients and within our team; therefore we regularly spend a great deal of capital in making sure that we protect our clients and our company with the latest security technology.
“We take this subject extremely seriously and will continue to create an environment for our company as a whole, which is safe and secure from any type of cyber threats.”
In hopes of making extreme change in this important field, many of the companies and institutions in attendance got more insight on how to combat this issue and shared ideas of how they can help with such threats in the future.
These extra steps of precaution not only help keep their companies safe, but it also helps the clients and partners involved to feel completely as ease and to know they are as safe as possible.