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Read More: https://threatpost.com/mobile-customer-service-sim-swap-fraud/151993/
Threat Post
17 January 2020

Mobile carrier customer service ushers in SIM-swap fraud

Weak challenge questions by customer service reps make it easy for fraudsters to hijack a phone line and bypass 2FA to breach accounts. CCO Dewald Nolte weighs in on SIM-swap fraud and approaches banks can use for combating it.

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Read More: https://www.banken.nl/nieuws/22119/uitdagingen-voor-de-bankensector-in-2020
Banken.nl
13 January 2020

Uitdagingen voor de bankensector in 2020

2019 was niet bepaald een saai jaar voor de bankensector. Het Open Banking-tijdperk en wetgeving als PSD2 dwongen banken tot het aanpassen van hun infrastructuur en bijbehorende processen, niet alleen om aan de regels te voldoen maar ook om een digitale basis te leggen voor de toekomst. Daarnaast zijn er nieuwe betaaloplossingen geïntroduceerd van niet-bancaire spelers, zoals Apple Pay van bigtech Apple. Ook 2020 belooft een interessant jaar te worden met verschillende uitdagingen en ontwikkelingen. Gerhard Oosthuizen, Chief Technology Officer bij Entersekt, zet er drie op een rijtje.

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Read More: https://www.itproportal.com/features/why-its-time-for-banks-to-ditch-otps-for-good/
ITProPortal
13 December 2019

Why it's time for banks to ditch OTPs for good

Most experts in the cybersecurity industry can’t understand why banks are still using SMS OTPs to fight financial fraud. They have been rendered ineffective, inconvenient for users, and are susceptible to SIM swap or number-porting attacks, fake caller IDs, and call forwarding scams operated by dishonest customer service representatives at mobile carriers.

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Read More: https://www.pymnts.com/mobile-applications/2019/consumers-banking-app-control-will-financial-institutions-step-up/
PYMNTS.com
3 December 2019

Consumers want more banking app control — will FIs step up?

Recent PYMNTS.com research in collaboration with Entersekt found that 89% percent of people who use banking apps want more control, especially over things like setting transaction-specific authentication requirements. But banks have been slow to respond to these kinds of demands for control and security. Christian Ali, SVP Products at Entersekt, takes a closer look at what the data shows and what it means for banks.

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Read More: https://www.globalbankingandfinance.com/global-banking-finance-review-magazine-issue-17/
Global Banking & Finance Review
22 November 2019

The weaponization of personal data: How consumers can regain control

Knowingly or unknowingly, consumers have been complicit in the erosion of our personal privacy and security. Convenience, after all, has become the priority for most of the online world. So how do we start to regain the control we’ve lost, without sacrificing on the usability we’re accustomed to? (Read more on page 110.)

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Read More: https://www.technative.io/how-can-banks-rise-to-the-omnichannel-challenge/
Release Area: TECHNATIVE
Release Date: 05 OCTOBER 2019
TECHNATIVE
05 OCTOBER 2019

How can banks rise to the omnichannel challenge?

Today, banks are starting to realize that a true omnichannel experience means a lot more than just providing multiple ways for customers to transact. As Millennials and Gen Z consumers start to make up larger portions of the workforce, banks will be forced to accommodate – but are they ready to do so?

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Entersekt is an innovator of customer-centric fintech solutions. Financial services providers and other enterprises rely on our patented mobile identity system to provide both security and the best in convenient new digital experiences to their customers, irrespective of the service channel. With us, they can concentrate on their innovation roadmap, while delivering intuitive, low-friction digital experiences to their customers.