Balancing Innovation and Privacy: Protecting PII

Safeguarding personal data in the age of AI

Tuesday, March 5, at 4:00 PM ET | 1:00 PM PT

Webinar Summary

The double-edged sword of AI 

As banks increasingly turn to AI to enhance customer experience, streamline operations, improve fraud detection and security, and leverage predictive analytics to improve decision-making, the imperative to protect personally identifiable information (PII) becomes more critical than ever.  

Banks find themselves in a precarious balancing act to ensure the utmost protection of customer data in a world where AI is both friend and foe.  


The modern banking mandate 

  • Banks carry a heavy burden of responsibility for PII in the age of AI.
  • Significant security investments and robust security measures are required to ensure data protection.
  • Strict compliance with existing and emerging regulations poses additional challenge, complexity, and cost.


Get fresh insights on the PII dilemma 

Don’t miss this dynamic webinar for an insightful discussion:

  • Understand the implications of AI use in the banking sector.
  • Discuss the increasing difficulties faced by banks to protect PII.
  • Explore ways to protect your banks PII in an era of growing AI use.

Webinar Speaker



David Tomljenovic

Principal Research Director

  • David brings extensive experience from the Financial Services sector having worked 25 years in the industry. Most recently he was a Corporate Finance and Strategy Advisor for Infiniti Labs (Toronto / Hong Kong), Automotive, and Smart City Accelerator, where he provided financial and mergers and acquisition advisory services to accelerator participants with a focus on early-stage fund raising. He completed an honors bachelor of arts in history from the University Of Western Ontario, an MBA from the Rotman school of Management at the University Of Toronto where he was a Bregman Scholar, a Masters Of Law in Corporate and Securities Law From Osgoode Hall Law and is a licensed portfolio manager and has extensive financial licensing.

  • David was a Managing Director of investment banking at Cantor Fitzgerald and was responsible for establishing the Diversified Industries group and later assumed responsibility for the Technology group. Prior to these roles, David worked for 7 years at Sprott Asset Management as a Portfolio Manager where he responsible for $1 billion of hedge and equity fund investments. Previously, he worked at Clarus Securities where he was Brendan Woods top ranked special situations equity analyst. He also spent many years working at both the Royal Bank and Royal Bank Capital Markets in various roles.

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