Compliance and regulatory, design and integration services to ensure our regulatory customers and their third parties can trust the information shared with them.
Maintain your licence to operate. As technology advances, so too do compliance and regulatory demands.
An intense media spotlight, together with legislative changes such as GDPR, have left organisations under increased scrutiny about not only the data they hold, but also how they protect and deploy it.
Navigating these fast-evolving requirements, and creating a robust resilience and continuity strategy which enables external regulators and third parties to trust the information shared with them, has never been more important.
BAE Systems can help
Our compliance and regulatory services combine industry best practices and an in-depth understanding of regulatory and ethical obligations to help our clients store, share, protect and use their information.
Financial Services Compliance
Technology is changing the way financial institutions interact with their customers. But with more data, an increasing number of channels and demand for quicker transactions, staying ahead of compliance risk and fraud prevention has become more complex and expensive than ever before.
Our industry expertise and experience from working with financial institutions around the world allows us to build and continually refine industry specific solutions for a range of financial institutions including banking, capital markets and insurance.
As GDPR continues to take root via new legal precedents and fresh codes of conduct, it’s a good time to ask whether organisations are now getting data privacy right – or do challenges still remain? We believe that GDPR obligations can be an opportunity rather than a burden. GDPR can be used to turn data into an asset by:
- Managing compliance obligations through the adoption of a privacy-led operating model and encouraging a privacy culture
- Promoting effective and privacy compliant data management practices
- Safeguarding data by establishing a robust and efficient data privacy and data security controls framework
Learn more - explore some of our latest thinking and projects:
- Protecting ourselves from ourselves – post pandemic ethics pillars. As the world reacts to the long-term reality of Covid-19, Nick Rhodes explains the role of ethics and accountability in generating greater trust.
- Happy Birthday, GDPR. To mark the first anniversary of GDPR, Nick Rhodes examines its progress so far and identifies three risks that lie ahead
- Data – why it can be good to share. Security doubts have long plagued the sharing of data between organisations but is there light at the end of the tunnel? Jem Brown explains why Homomorphic Encryption offers a viable solution
- Balancing ethics and innovation – data style. The government’s new Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation will be operating across a wide canvas, says BAE’s Holly Armitage. But that doesn’t mean it can’t have a real impact…
- Securing the Internet of Things. The Internet of Things is rapidly morphing from idea to reality but security risks abound. Mark Woolger explains why expanding the digital frontier should not come at any cost
- Cloud burst: securing data cross domains. Cloud computing is now a fact of life for organisations in both the public and private sectors – but how can their data be shared securely? The solution, says Sam Neath, lies in secure cross domain…