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Five things you’ve been reading on the Entersekt blog posts

Five things you’ve been reading on the Entersekt blog posts


As we approach the end of the year, we looked back to see which of our blogs our readers enjoyed the most. From digital wealth management security, to inspiring customer trust, to friendly friction (yes, there is such a thing), and even evolution, the vast array of topics covered by our contributors surprised even us.

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Snippet: Let me begin with a short story, a true story. A good friend of mine’s house was recently broken into. He was asleep in bed when this event took place, and he heard nothing. In fact, when he got up in the morning, he didn’t even notice at first that the event had taken place, such was the subtlety of the break-in. The thief had managed to break a door lock, opening the door without making much sound at all.

Let me begin with a short story, a true story. A good friend of mine’s house was recently broken into. He was asleep in bed when this event took place, and he heard nothing. In fact, when he got up in the morning, he didn’t even notice at first that the event had taken place, such was the subtlety of the break-in. The thief had managed to break a door lock, opening the door without making much sound at all.

Snippet: More companies are implementing mobile biometric authentication to increase security and reduce fraud. According to a recent report, the worldwide mobile biometrics market is expected to exceed $50.6 billion in revenue by 2022, growing from a base of $6.5 billion in 2016, but despite this growth, financial institutions and consumers harbor legitimate concerns about whether mobile biometrics actually delivers on its promise of improved security.

More companies are implementing mobile biometric authentication to increase security and reduce fraud. According to a recent report, the worldwide mobile biometrics market is expected to exceed $50.6 billion in revenue by 2022, growing from a base of $6.5 billion in 2016, but despite this growth, financial institutions and consumers harbor legitimate concerns about whether mobile biometrics actually delivers on its promise of improved security.

Snippet: This is an exciting blog post for me. It may be Entersekt’s last blog post for 2017, but it’s the first post I write representing the company in the North American region – an amazing, exciting market, with immense potential and challenging innovation and security needs.

This is an exciting blog post for me. It may be Entersekt’s last blog post for 2017, but it’s the first post I write representing the company in the North American region – an amazing, exciting market, with immense potential and challenging innovation and security needs.

Snippet: In an attempt to reduce the ever-increasing burden on their compliance teams, financial service organizations are starting to turn to new technology solutions like machine learning and cloud computing.

In an attempt to reduce the ever-increasing burden on their compliance teams, financial service organizations are starting to turn to new technology solutions like machine learning and cloud computing.

Snippet: We are all familiar with the sound of our mobile devices pinging or vibrating to let us know that something has arrived that we might be interested in. There are now numerous methods employed by mobile operating system vendors and app developers to draw our attention to the fact that new content is available: everything from badges to banners, alerts and various other types of messages.

We are all familiar with the sound of our mobile devices pinging or vibrating to let us know that something has arrived that we might be interested in. There are now numerous methods employed by mobile operating system vendors and app developers to draw our attention to the fact that new content is available: everything from badges to banners, alerts and various other types of messages.

Snippet: With the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) mandating UK retail banks to ‘open up’ and adopt the new principles of open banking, not to mention the impending introduction of the Payments Services Directive (PSD2) in January 2018, banks will soon be operating in a much more competitive environment than before.

With the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) mandating UK retail banks to ‘open up’ and adopt the new principles of open banking, not to mention the impending introduction of the Payments Services Directive (PSD2) in January 2018, banks will soon be operating in a much more competitive environment than before.

Snippet: Losses from card fraud approached $23 billion worldwide in 2016, according to the 2017 Nilson Report, and with the rising tide of data breaches and other cyberattacks, that sum is projected to reach $33 billion by 2021.

Losses from card fraud approached $23 billion worldwide in 2016, according to the 2017 Nilson Report, and with the rising tide of data breaches and other cyberattacks, that sum is projected to reach $33 billion by 2021.

Snippet: PSD2 introduces an entirely new market dynamic. While it will bring banks a new burden of compliance and open them up to increased liability, this regulatory framework also comes with exciting new opportunities for revenue.

PSD2 introduces an entirely new market dynamic. While it will bring banks a new burden of compliance and open them up to increased liability, this regulatory framework also comes with exciting new opportunities for revenue.

Snippet: Consent is a core part of data protection legislation. The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect from 25 May 2018 and aims to provide clarity on the previously contentious issue of obtaining an individual’s consent in order to process their personal information.

Consent is a core part of data protection legislation. The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect from 25 May 2018 and aims to provide clarity on the previously contentious issue of obtaining an individual’s consent in order to process their personal information.

Snippet: When we at Entersekt tell people that our solution uses X.509 certificates on a mobile phone, they often reply cynically, “But PKI doesn’t scale!?” How, then, are we able to make that claim?

When we at Entersekt tell people that our solution uses X.509 certificates on a mobile phone, they often reply cynically, “But PKI doesn’t scale!?” How, then, are we able to make that claim?

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