Demystifying open banking.

Featured Speaker: Andrew Jamieson, UL

24 November 2020
0:28 h

Demystifying open banking.

The rise of open banking comes at a time when banking customers are relying more and more on digital channels to make critical financial decisions. Banks are under increasing pressure to deliver banking services at the ‘speed of life’.

Although this creates compelling reasons to embrace open banking, there are still many doubts and uncertainties around its viability and security. Joined by Andrew Jamieson, Technology and Security Director for UL and Myles Bertrand, MD APAC at Mambu, we look closer at the evolution of open banking around the world.


Our speakers

  • Andrew Jamieson

    Technology and Security Director, UL

  • Myles Bertrand

    Managing Director APAC, Mambu

Chapter overview

  • from 04:00

    Does open banking present threats or opportunities for traditional banks?

  • from 07:15

    Open banking's impact around the world.

  • from 09:30

    Are banking ecosystems mature enough for open banking?

  • from 15:21

    Security concerns, are these valid?

  • from 19:53

    What are the key steps to adopting an open banking approach?

  • from 25:47

    Open banking advice for traditional banks.


Banking is going to be ubiquitous ... it won't be less important, but it will be less visible to a lot of consumers.  

Andrew Jamieson

Technology and Security Director, UL


The expectations that customers have is for banking at the speed of life ... they are waiting for the financial systems to catch up.  

Myles Bertrand

Managing Director APAC, Mambu

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Featured Speaker: Andrew Jamieson, UL

Andrew Jamieson has been working in the security of embedded systems for over 20 years, spending half of his time making devices and the other half breaking devices. During this time he has worked with many different security evaluation methods, such as Common Criteria, FIPS140-2, ISO13491, and PCI PTS/HSM. Andrew regularly interfaces and works with device manufacturers from around the world, and provides input to new security evaluation methodologies. Andrew helped create the UL IoT Top 20, to inform manufacturers on best practice to secure their devices from attack, and is active in helping to create standards to drive the increased adoption of IoT security around the world.