Media coverage

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Credit Union Times, 06 February 2018

How Secure Are Biometrics?

Companies across the world are increasingly making use of biometrics to improve security and, especially in the financial services industry, reduce fraud. According to a recent report, the worldwide mobile biometrics market is expected to exceed $50.6 billion in revenue by 2022, 25 January 2018

Can ‘Healthy Friction’ Help Build Consumer Trust?

Friction isn’t a deal-breaker for mobile banking and payment apps. To be sure, too much friction can send users running back to the App Store with a one-star rating and $2.99 ready to be spent on the next platform, but a little friction isn’t a bad thing. The real deal-breaker is trust — or lack thereof.
The Economist Intelligence Unit, 16 January 2018

The risk of becoming irrelevant: What open banking and regulations mean for banks

Traditional banking as we know it is undergoing some major changes.
BobsGuide, 10 January 2018

What banks can do to stay relevant in the era of open banking and stricter regulations

Traditional banking as we know it is undergoing some major changes.
IT News Africa, 08 January 2018

Fundamental fintech shift to take place in 2018

Far-reaching changes that govern Europe’s retail banking system will be implemented early this year – and the effects will be felt in South Africa.
Banken + Partner, 27 December 2017

Die Karten werden neu gemischt

Der Druck kommt von allen Seiten:
Die Kunden erwarten, ihre einfachen Bankgeschäfte schnell, bequem und rund um die Uhr abwickeln zu können.
Information Age, 18 December 2017

Case study: Mobile banking innovation spurs rapid growth

South Africa’s “zero fraud” mobile-first secure banking success has international potential, according to international analysts
MEDIAPLANET, 14 December 2017

Embracing open banking with a mobile-first mentality

On 13 January 2018, the revised EU Payment Services Directive (PSD2) will come into effect in the European Union and is expected to transform retail payment services.
Enterprise Africa, 14 December 2017

Be more secure

Entersekt engineers security solutions for mobile and online financial services, pairing the experience that users expect with the security that banks and regulators demand.
PYMENTS, 12 December 2017

The year that SMS one-time passwords should have died

Building on the success of Apple Pay in 2016, 2017 has been another great year for ANZ as we
aim to ensure our customers are able to always pay the way they love.

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.