5th Annual Cheque Imaging & Remote Deposit Capture Conference
The 5th Annual Cheque Imaging and Remote Deposit Capture Conference
Thursday 3rd October 2019
After more than three and a half years of very hard and challenging work which involved hundreds of thousands of man hours, the Cheque & Credit Clearing Company announced that the Cheque Image Clearing System had finally gone live on 30th October 2017. However, the system went live with very low volumes at first but gradually the banks and building societies are connecting in their different deposit channels and as time goes on, more and more customers will benefit from the faster clearing timescales.
As the new Image Clearing System gathers momentum, come and hear industry experts talk about their experiences of truncation and the implications of efficient scanning. The new clearing system relies on the transmission of a suitable quality image of the cheque. Join us to hear our panel of industry experts from Digital Check, the Cheque & Credit Clearing Co. (now a wholly owned subsidiary of Pay.UK), DIA Kappa and the TALL Group of Companies discuss the latest developments in cheque imaging, fraud prevention, Image Quality Assurance (IQA) and remote deposit capture.
- International cheque truncation and RDC
- A bank’s view on implementation of cheque imaging
- An industry update on the image clearing initiative in the UK
- Cheque imaging – the software solution perspective
- Cheque fraud detection and prevention as we approach the ICS
- The importance of cheque scanner maintenance for image quality
- Digital Check Corporation
- Cheque & Credit Clearing Company (Pay.UK)
- The TALL Group of Companies
- A Financial Institution (TBA)
- DIA Kappa
Following the presentations there will be a Q&A session to allow all participants an opportunity to submit questions to the speakers.
When: 3rd October 2019 @ 9.30am – 4.00pm
Where: The Worshipful Company of Stationers & Newspaper Makers
Ave Maria Lane
Printing Firm Celebrates As Entire Team Passes Leading Data Security Test
A Lisburn-based printing firm has highlighted its commitment to data security after making a significant investment in a company-wide training programme. Every employee at DLRT – from the Managing Director to the Cleaner – has been awarded a ‘Staff Awareness’ certification after passing an assessment on GDPR regulations.
Colleagues took time out of their busy schedules to undergo the training course before taking part in an online assessment, organised by IT Governance. Each team member passed this test with flying colours, achieving marks above the 75% pass rate. Even Violet Burns, DLRT’s longstanding cleaner for more than 15 years, took the test and achieved an excellent score.
Violet said, “I am delighted, I was nervous at first but the sense of achievement is great, I have told all my Grandchildren how well Nanna has done!! It also helps me understand how important personal information is and why we are so good at managing it”
Peter Thomas, Managing Director at DLRT, said: “We manage data on behalf of our customers and this is underpinned by the existing ISO27001 Information Security Management Standard, as well as Cyber Essentials Plus. However, these to an extent are structural, and we wanted to ensure our staff are fully aware and enabled when it comes to understanding our obligations to our customers, their data and how it is stored. I’m very proud of my team and the level of engagement they each showed to pass this difficult assessment with top marks.”