Cyber Risk Network interviews Exari co-founder and Chief Product Officer, Jamie Wodetzki, on the problems to cyber security mitigation presented by poorly understood contracts and third party vendors. For Jamie's answers, read more here.
Exari’s Jamie Wodetzki explains the difficulties bank face in understand the derivatives risk they face in the context of the environment of ever-growing and ever-changing regulation. Click here to read the full article.
In January, Boston-based contract management solution provider, Exari, announced the release of version 6.3 of its Intelligent Contract Management Solution, available on-premise or in the cloud. The new release features updated contract authoring, editing, and reporting capabilities that, according to Exari’s leadership, will streamline the contract management lifecycle for its users. Specifically, the new version features Negotiator Ribbon for Word, which allows users to edit incoming and outgoing documents; dynamic clause selection, which enables users to move clauses in and out of contracts; and DocuSIgn eSignature integration for speedy contract execution. Learn more about Version 6.3 here.
How big of a worry is hacking? Eighty-eight percent of broker-dealers surveyed by the Securities and Exchange Commission and 74% o f registered investment advisers (RIA) say they have been attacked by hackers, according to a new SEC report. So what can you do to protect yourself if your mutual fund, hedge fund or RIA is hacked? “It’s a complex question because it’s your personal information, not necessarily your money, that might get stolen,” said Jamie Wodetzki, Founder and Chief Product Officer at Exari. Click here to learn more.