Tag Archives: mobile banking

Layered Security for Mobile Banking

May 8, 2012 by Mike Byrnes     No Comments

American Banker published a great article last week covering some of JPMorgan’s security strategies for mobile banking. Lloyd O’Conner explained the importance of layering multiple security technologies to protect their clients — as well as their own company — from the growing cyberthreats that not only target the online channel but are zoning in on [Read More...]

Filed Under: Fraud, Identity Assurance Tagged With: biometrics, Business, fraud

I would be just as keen if the 5th Mobile Banking Summit was in Fargo. Honestly!

June 6, 2011 by Scott Perry     No Comments

For the past week or so I’ve posted a few things to the Enterprise Authentication blog (as an example, see:  Finally – I can bring my iPad to work) – but amongst us Auth & Fraud people that’s kind of like a fighter pilot flying a cargo plane. . .  it’s not that hard, but [Read More...]

Biometrics and Mobile Security – Points to Ponder

May 12, 2011 by Mike Byrnes     2 Comments

Last week’s FS-ISAC Annual Summit in Miami was once again top notch. This is the second year Entrust has participated in the event which in my opinion, is one of the top venues for bringing financial security decision makers and industry experts together to discuss, debate, brainstorm and overall collaborate on the top information security [Read More...]

Make the Ostrich an Endangered Species!

April 6, 2011 by Scott Perry     No Comments

Mobile banking is one of the hottest topics these days, as financial institutions try to figure out how to open yet another channel that will help differentiate their service levels and provide operational savings.  So it shouldn’t be a surprise that mobility featured prominently at this year’s NACHA-sponsored Payments 2011 show in Austin, Texas.  Included [Read More...]