Posted on 04 May 2023 by
If you’ve read part one, you’ll know that there’s a persistent problem with passwords. Despite the continued warnings, data breaches and endless guidance – weak and easily hackable passwords still guard a sobering number of online accounts and identities. Past experience tells us this is unlikely to change.
Posted on 08 March 2023 by
In a previous blog series, my colleague Pedro Martinez took you through the evolution of digital banking authentication, and the path ahead – consisting of passkeys. Passkeys is a new standardised authentication framework to rid passwords for good – this is great news for all of us, since passwords come with a lot of issues. […]
Posted on 13 December 2022 by
If you work in financial services, or indeed technology, then you’ll be no stranger to an acronym or two…or ten. They seem to be impossible to avoid regardless of topic, and it’s all too easy for your audience to lose track of what you’re talking about. Lately on this blog, we’ve been talking about RBA, […]
Posted on 30 November 2022 by
As more consumers turn to digital banking, they expect to be able to onboard and access financial institutions (FIs) with ease; seamlessly managing their finances on any connected device, from any location. However, at the same time fraudsters and hackers are becoming more sophisticated and launching ever more complex cyberattacks against banks and other FIs. […]
Posted on 22 June 2022 by
Vacation season is officially upon us, and after Covid-19 kept most of the world grounded for the best part of two years, airports and airlines are in for one of the busiest summers on record. Thankfully, there are examples of technology use cases, like Digital ID, being implemented to save time at busy airports. Use of […]
Posted on 19 October 2015 by
Now that smartphones are overtaking laptops as the number one way to get online, we look at how and why mobile security needs to catch up.