Media coverage

What are they saying about us? Browse Entersekt’s media coverage, right here.


Your data is now a commodity: Protect your net worth

For years, we’ve been simply giving away our most valuable asset – our personal data – steadily making ourselves more vulnerable to those nefarious souls out there who would take advantage of it.
Global Banking & Finance Review, 15 May 2019

The safest way to pay

It’s getting increasingly difficult to validate the identity of an end-user. New authentication methods are introduced to address this, but they are often accompanied by friction and frustration. Gerhard Oosthuizen explains how the banking app can be harnessed to kill two birds with one stone, overcoming concerns about identity validation and user experience, at the same time.
Mobile Industry Eye, 10 May 2019

Mobile banking has plateaued, here’s why

Entersekt’s UK & Ireland country manager, Frans Labuschagne, takes a hard look at the state of the mobile banking based on insights gleaned from a number of leading research and advisory firms.
GDPR Report, 29 April 2019

Will trading Bitcoin get you hacked?

To keep eager traders’ money and data safe, Bitcoin exchanges need robust transaction security. Most did, but now their security solutions seem stuck in the early 2000s. As Entersekt CEO Schalk Nolte explains, it’s not the cryptocurrencies themselves that are unsafe, but rather the security measures employed by the exchanges that are the weak link., 12 April 2019

The race against time to round off a decade

In's latest ebook, Gerhard Oosthuizen, Entersekt’s CTO, explains why it’s vital for the financial services industry that organizations look past the hype of the next big thing in technology and instead focus on creating value for consumers.
GI Geldinstitute, 11 April 2019

Smartes Banking für mehr Kundenbindung

„Konsumenten wünschen sich nach wie vor Institutionen, auf die sie sich verlassen können“, sagt Schalk Nolte, CEO von Entersekt.
Fintech Finance, 10 April 2019

Creating a great banking experience is as easy as reaching for your mobile phone

A great banking experience can be at customers’ fingertips, says Claudius van der Meulen, SVP Europe at Entersekt, if the bank keeps in mind these five things that make a great banking app.
OWI’s State of Identity Podcast, 09 April 2019

Authentication and the power of “friendly friction”

Sherif Samy, Entersekt’s SVP North America, joins Cameron D’Ambrosi on One World Identity’s State of Identity podcast and shares Entersekt’s experience of the power of “friendly friction”., 04 April 2019

How friendly friction builds better banking experiences

Even though consumers are interacting and transacting digitally more than ever, only 3 percent of banking customers are digital-only customers. As Jennifer Singh, Entersekt’s Director for Channel Partnerships in North America explains, that’s why a true omnichannel strategy is crucial for banks. More than that – it can be a strong competitive advantage leveraging choice, control, and trust.
Mobile payments today, 21 March 2019

Social media payments: an ally or adversary of banks?

In a time when social media payment offerings can provide a level of service and experience that many traditional banks simply have not been able to match, what are banks to do? Jennifer Singh, Director of Channel Partnerships for North America at Entersekt, explores this topic and the matter of customer engagement on Mobile Payments Today.

Be more trusted.

"The Entersekt solution ensures leading-edge security combined with easy-to-use convenience."

Carl Fischer, Executive marketing & corporate affairs, Capitec Bank

"SIM swaps perpetrated against our clients have virtually flat-lined over the past four years."

George Chirwa, Head of digital and mobile, Nedbank

"We are thrilled to partner with Entersekt to provide Touch ID enabled service for customers. This will make mobile banking more convenient without compromising security, which is of the utmost importance to us."

Jim Reuter, CEO, FirstBank

"CouttsID is the first of its kind in the UK but is supported by Entersekt, whose technology has been proven in South Africa and other countries."

Joe Norburn, Managing director, head of digital and business development, Coutts

"With Entersekt, we saw an opportunity to improve the user experience dramatically, while at the same time enhancing security on the mobile channel."

Lyndon Subroyen, Global head of digital channels, Investec

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Entersekt is an international software development company based just outside of Cape Town, South Africa.

We are leaders in authentication, app security, and payments enablement technology, offering a highly scalable solution set with a track record of success across multiple continents.