Posted on 16 June 2011 by
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 13 June 2011 by
With the boom in online banking, Banks around the world are moving rapidly to expand their use of digital security devices – something you have – for eBanking and eCommerce. The move to a safer online experience using digital security devices to replace antiquated static passwords is universal and in the first of our series of 4 posts we’re looking at Asia.
Posted on 19 May 2011 by
Online trust is now a national priority in the United States, and banks’ face-to-face connection with clients positions banks as an identity broker, but only if they get identity authentication right.
Posted on 18 May 2011 by
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 16 May 2011 by
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 13 May 2011 by
Top tip number 2. in our series of 5 reasons to use digital security devices for eBanking. More security is needed where cyber criminals are attacking — at the client’s PC used for online banking.