In response to the continued need to maintain awareness and due diligence related to cyber issues in the payments and FinTech industries, BHMI, a leading provider of enterprise software applications and creator of the Concourse Financial Software Suite™, is pleased to announce its sponsorship of the upcoming Transaction Alley Cyber Forum on February 20th in Atlanta, Georgia, hosted by American Transaction Processors Coalition (ATPC).
Created by ATPC, this annual event features leading public and private sector cyber experts discussing the critical cyber issues and trends in the payments and FinTech space. It is a culmination of the organization’s ongoing efforts to provide a platform for industry and government cyber experts to interact, educate, and build community. The forum’s key goal is to help prepare attendees to confront cyber-attacks that could strike these sectors. In addition, the forum seeks to improve the resiliency of America’s financial grid that affects consumers, businesses, financial institutions and public sectors within the U.S. and around the world.
As a member of ATPC and content sponsor of the Cyber Forum, BHMI supports the organization’s mission to collaborate with community leaders, government agencies and individual companies to promote and raise awareness of the payments processing industry and the key issues impacting this vital space.
“Today’s FinTech and payments industries are the lifeblood of our economy and it’s critical we protect them from a systemic cyber-attack. The Cyber Forum allows both the public and private sectors to continue working together to examine the challenges and explore the critical steps needed to assure our cyber resiliency against these possible threats,” said Dobbin Prezzano, Chief Development Officer for the ATPC. “We are pleased to have the support of companies like BHMI that help advance our mission and the continued progress of these important events.”
“The payments and FinTech landscape continues to face cyber security challenges, and it is critical that our community not only understand these threats but also be prepared to deal with the possible scenarios they represent,” said Michael Meeks, SVP of Software Development for BHMI. “As a member of ATPC and sponsor of this year’s Cyber Forum, we are pleased to support the organization’s ongoing mission to analyze and discuss the critical cyber issues and trends affecting the financial sector of the world economy.”
About the American Transaction Processors Coalition (ATPC)
ATPC protects, promotes, and preserves the payments industry, as well as the many companies that develop the products and provide resources supporting the financial service industry’s technology needs through proactive government affairs and public relations on a Federal level and at the state level, including Georgia and other states. For more information, go to http://atpcoalition.com/.
BHMI is a leading provider of product-based software solutions focused on the back office processing of electronic payment transactions. The company is best known as the creator of the Concourse Financial Software Suite™ – a unique integrated collection of back office products allowing companies to quickly and easily adapt to the rapidly changing world of payments. Concourse is a cohesive and integrated package, including settlement, reconciliation, fees processing, and disputes workflow management, that reduces the cost and complexity of back office processing. Concourse’s continuous processing, near real time architecture and powerful rules engine is ideally suited for new payment initiatives like P2P and enables companies to perform back office processing for any type of payment transaction. To learn how your company can benefit from the power and flexibility of Concourse, please visit https://www.bhmi.com/.