Posted on 14th Sep 2012 by Jennifer Dean
The changes to Microsoft’s Windows 8 OS may be obvious – touch oriented user interface grabbing the headlines – but what’s become of the beast that lurks beneath the computing surface? Released to manufacturing on 1st August, and made available at ground level from 4th September, Windows Server 2012 brings with it several changes that [...]
Posted on 12th Jul 2012 by Gemalto
You always see us say on this blog that EMV chip technology is more secure than magnetic stripe, and prevents payment fraud and use of counterfeit cards. Well we don’t just say it – the stats confirm it. Since the UK has implemented EMV, fraud has dropped steadily every year, and many other countries have [...]
Posted on 19th Jan 2012 by Serkan Ozbey
In the latest post in our Digital Turkey series, I’ll be taking a look at innovations in Turkey’s banking industry. Alongside the fact that it has revolutionized the way we communicate, for many, what the internet does best is convenience. Online banking is a great example of digital convenience as users can manage their money [...]
Posted on 29th Sep 2011 by Ray Wizbowski
Despite frequent reports of email hacks and enterprise data breaches, the username and password method for authentication is still one of the primary security measures used today. How do we create secure online identities?
Posted on 3rd Aug 2011 by John Ahlberg
As one billion people turn to mobile phones and tablets to access the Internet, eBankers are seizing the opportunity to significantly enhance the security of their online banking and e-commerce, enable peer-to-peer mobile money, and develop a new mBanking channel.
Posted on 16th Jun 2011 by John Ahlberg
Following on from our previous post on the world of eBanking which focused on Asia, we continue with the series by taking a look at eBanking in Africa. Africa The financial services sector in Africa is poised to thrive. According to consultancy Bain & Company, the $107 billion industry could grow by 15 percent a [...]
Posted on 18th May 2011 by John Ahlberg
Adding an additional security device into online banking at the client’s own PC, commonly referred to as multi-factor authentication, significantly changes the game for cyber criminals. This might take the form of a bank-issued smart card and individual reader or a USB token that the bank customer uses when online.
Posted on 16th May 2011 by John Ahlberg
Most eBankers agree that moving transactions and business processes online helps improve the bottom line. Going beyond checking balances, transferring funds and making payments, however, will require a significantly higher level of trust.
Posted on 29th Apr 2011 by Ray Wizbowski
Spoiler: passwords may finally be swept away !
Posted on 13th Apr 2011 by Ray Wizbowski
Thinking about adding extra security to your network access? Not sure when to go beyond OTP? Want something stronger for your CEO and IT Managers but heard its complicated? Here are our 4 top tips for a multi-layered approach.