At Hitachi, with their Mission of contributing to society through the development of superior, original technology and products in mind, they engage in the Social Innovation Business on a global basis, putting their IT and OT(operational technologies) to use in the advanced social infrastructure systems they provide to create a future where people can live safer, and richer lives. Moving forward, they will take their Social Innovation Business to a more advanced phase with enhanced digital technologies to accelerate "collaborative creation," tackling shared issues and crafting solutions together with their customers and partners.
Remaining competitive in the modern financial world requires staying ahead of increasingly sophisticated financial crimes and fluid regulations across multiple jurisdictions.
To get the full use of your data as data privacy rules increase, you need an innovative technology approach.
If you are feeling challenged by new privacy regulations, you’re not alone. It’s increasingly difficult to create a consolidated view of data across borders to enable innovation and more efficient controls. So how do you keep innovation projects running amidst “data minimization” initiatives?
Regulators are increasingly scrutinizing all digital communications associated with banking operations. At the same time, digital communications provide treasure troves of data to help organizations better meet customer needs and grow new products and services.
With the use of data, banks can better comply with data governance. Keep up with regulatory requirements with Hitachi’s e-discovery framework, which streamlines processes from weeks to hours.