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Financial aggregator security risks and how to combat them

Financial aggregators deliver single-pane visibility to over 100 million consumer accounts. Mint, Yodlee, and Plaid, to name some well-known examples, are considered top-tier aggregators.

Financial aggregators are innovative, but can create unintended risks for the financial institutions from which they source consumer data.

In this video, learn the techniques and strategies that Fortune 500 Banks use to partner with aggregators and better serve clients.

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