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15 Results for 'banking'
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By Entrust Datacard

September 23, 2015

Westpac Pacific believes that solving their customers' problems is vital to their business so they decided to launch an instant issuance program that would enable their customers to sign up for a bank account and receive their cards immediately. Read more about this implementation here and see how they are delivering "Everywhere Banking."
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By Entrust Datacard

June 28, 2012

There is a strong movement to green banking that is taking hold in the market today. Going green benefits both the consumer and the financial institutions who implement initiatives that are environmentally friendly.
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By Entrust Datacard

July 23, 2014

When it comes to attacks on enterprise security, few are as powerful or fearsome as malware banking incursions. Because banks are where the real money lies, they also present one of the most lucrative targets for cyberattackers. As a newly emergent strain of banking malware proves, this threat is only becoming greater. Entrust digs deeper to uncover how these connections happen.
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By Jacquelyn Painter

November 06, 2018

PSD2 is changing the banking experience as we know it. The consumer experience is at the forefront, competition is coming, and security measures are expected to be strong, future-proof and frictionless. Banks need clarification on dates, an understanding of what’s needed and best practices for implementation, and how they can use PSD2 to their advantage – ensuring they meet their CEO’s goal and long-term desired outcome.
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By Sam Murphy

November 29, 2018

PSD2 and Open Banking are all about making the European financial industry more customer-centric – while ensuring a secure environment. Enabling secure, easy digital payments will be paramount to success in an industry on the brink of digital disruption.
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By Entrust Datacard

July 22, 2015

Cloud computing is a platform that's being leveraged by every kind of business, but certain industries are slower to warm to it than others. Banking, which is characterized by a need for top-tier enterprise security, is one sector where high security needs create a strong sense of trepidation when it comes to migrating to virtualized business platforms. The debate around enterprise cloud computing is hardly unique to banking. From real estate and education to insurance providers and oil/gas companies, there are conversations in IT boardrooms about the relative risks and rewards of migrating to a virtualized infrastructure, where the prospect of lower costs and increased efficiency clash with the perceived heightened vulnerability of cloud platforms
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By Entrust Datacard

November 09, 2015

It's no surprise that banks are a highly lucrative target for cybercriminals. After all, if you're a hacker scoping out your next victim, wouldn't you want to choose something that gives you the most direct access to money? As of November 3, there have been more than five million records breached so far this year within banking/credit/financial organizations, according to data compiled by the Identity Theft Resource Center. While one might think that only big banks are the targets, this is hardly the case. Sure, hacks like the JP Morgan incident — which led to U.S. authorities getting involved and arresting five suspects — are bound to get the most traction in the news. But in fact, hackers are looking to attack banks and credit unions operating at any scale. Here are just a few of the banking-based breach episodes that have already occurred in 2015:
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By Entrust Datacard

November 30, 2015

Entrust® IdentityGuard 11.0 is unlocking the power of mobile business transformation with trusted identities. This blog series will explore how trusted identities are transforming the customer experience and revolutionizing the way financial, enterprise and government ecosystems secure their business. Do financial institutions really know their customers? 
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By Jacquelyn Painter

May 04, 2018

There is a misconception that with increased regulation, comes increased costs, complexity and user friction. These are valid points, but they are not necessarily true. If banks leverage PSD2 as a catalyst to enable a secure digital banking experience, it will be an advantage as new competition emerges.
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By Entrust Datacard

May 18, 2012

What happens to signed code when the code signing certificate expires? In many cases, an expired certificate means that the signature validation will fail and a trust warning will appear in the browser.
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