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Silicon Valley Speakers Series: Messaging and Behind-The-Scenes Technology
Date & Time
12:00PM ET / 11:00AM CT / 10:00AM MT / 9:00AM PT
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Multi-Factor Authentication delivers a code to your cell phone. Your bank may text you an alert to your cell phone. Where do the texts go? How does messaging work? How did the messaging applications evolve during the last few decades? This week, Yun Wu, will answer these questions. Having worked in Information Technology for over 20+ years, in roles as a consultant and a leader to create applications for customers, Yun has led teams designing and developing tools to facilitate monetary policy makers. She currently works as a Senior IT manager, responsible for product delivery, operation and security using leading edge technologies. Yun is currently directing product suites deliveries in the Cloud. Please join us as Yun Wu, Senior Application Development Manager, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, will be leading a discussion about messaging and behind-the-scenes technology.
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Meeting ID: 885 892 09796
Today, technology is intertwined with personal finance – everything from how you bank, pay for things, manage money, get a loan, or invest money. Although this is not new, the pandemic has expedited the use of technology in our daily routines of managing our personal finances. Online banking, online shopping, and other online transactions grew during the last 20 months. The use of technology will persist beyond the pandemic.
What are the basics of technology used in personal finance? In this speaker series, we are inviting guest speakers from the banking and/or technology industry to provide a behind-the-scenes look at the technology and processes involved with online banking and payments. It intends to open the eyes of the curious minds, and connect common technology terms to our day-to-day activities, such as managing passwords, multi-factor authentication, encryption, and more.