Cybersecurity firm Trend Micro is claiming an Australia-first launch of its Consumer Data Right (CDR) Open Banking automated compliance check which it says is designed to simplify customers’ ability to create and launch compliant, secure Open Banking services.
The Commonwealth Bank has announced the launch of the first phase of Australia's Open Banking regime for sharing consumer data and says it will lead to delivery of better products and services.
The total number of open banking users who share data via open banking APIs to aggregate their bank accounts and access new services, is forecast to double by 2021, according to a new global research report.
Detailed references and citations needed for these numerous claims. (I'm asking from a neutral standpoint, as is done in Wikipedia[…]
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