Tag: authentication

Capital and Risk, Channels, Operational

Hanseatic Bank to streamline transaction authentication with Netcetera

June 18, 2021

Via: FinTech Futures

The bank plans to use a unified authentication procedure for credit card payments, online banking and self-services. Netcetera will also work with third-party vendor Entersekt to deploy the latter’s software development kit. Netcetera’s authentication app uses Entersekt’s PSD2-compliant Transakt SDK. […]

Capital and Risk, Operational

U.S. Bank Wants To Remove Passwords From Login in 2017

February 21, 2017

Via: Bank Innovation

Customer authentication processes at banks have evolved from mere security questions and “date-of-birth” kind of passwords. Biometrics and behavioral analytics are taking over banking apps for good, and U.S. Bank, recognizing that, has set a target: removing passwords “altogether” from […]

Capital and Risk, Operational

Who Are You? Fintech Developers Tackle the Identity Issue

April 4, 2016

Via: Bank Innovation

As more of our financial activities shift to the digital space, quickly and securely authenticating users’ identities may be the most pressing topic in banking. This was clear from Day 2 of FinDEVr, Finovate’s code-heavy spinoff conference for developers, which took place last Wednesday in New York. […]