mobile

As part of a secure and seamless mobile first strategy, banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions must rethink the customer journey. Financial institutions strategically aim for customers to do more with mobile while minimizing fraud exposure tied to untrusted, high-risk devices. To enable growth in the mobile channel, financial institutions need to provide fast, convenient, and frictionless high-value services… Read more


Capture GDPR Consent and Sign GDPR Contracts with E-Signatures

On May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) becomes the main legal framework for data protection in the EU. Under the GDPR, EU citizens must consent to the processing of their personal data – and data controllers must meet strict requirements for capturing that consent. In fact, the conditions to obtain consent have been fundamentally redefined compared to… Read more


According to a recent survey by Accenture, banks experience 85 attempted breaches on average each year. More than a third are successful in stealing sensitive information1. In 2017, those attempts ranged from account takeover fraud to mobile banking Trojans that enabled hackers to steal funds from victims’ bank accounts. Attacks such as Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) — per Verizon,… Read more


Authentication for E-Signature Transactions: Forrester Recommends Flexibility

Forrester Research just published a new report on e‑signature, The State Of E-Signature Implementation: 25 E-Signature Use Cases Show Adoption Trends. In it, Forrester analyzes electronic signature implementations from a cross-section of industries, including financial services, government, food services, tourism, manufacturing, retail and more. The growing European adoption of e-signatures for document signing is clear. More than 50% of the implementations… Read more


eIDAS smart card

Now that the eIDAS Regulation is in full effect, the ease of cross-border digital business is a reality in the EU. The new Regulation comes at an opportune time to make trusted communications between businesses, citizens and public authorities easier in Europe – removing the previous hurdles and fragmented legal frameworks from the Regulation’s predecessor, the EU Directive. Many people… Read more


eIDAS: Making Cross-border Digital Business a Reality – Today

A new e-signature Regulation in the European Union comes into effect today, July 1, 2016, which will have an immediate and positive impact on cross-border commerce across Europe. Replacing the existing EU Directive, Electronic Identification and Trust Services for Electronic Transaction (eIDAS) now uniformly recognizes all forms of e-signature – regardless of local interpretation – making it easier to do… Read more