Issuers need to balance eCommerce payment transaction security and a smooth customer checkout experience. The crux of the matter is how to provide a seamless checkout experience for legitimate customers so they won’t abandon their transaction or use a different form of payment while at the same time stopping illegitimate attempts to transact. The use of behavior-based authentication to determine which transactions should be impacted by requiring the customer to go through additional means of authentication is critical for reducing customer friction while creating better assurance that the transaction is legitimate. Rules are an important component when providing this risk- and behavior-based authentication. When models are added, and used to guide the application of risk-based rules, the impact upon illegitimate authentication attempts can be greatly increased while the impact on legitimate customers is decreased, providing a better experience for the cardholder and loss reduction for
Published By: OneLogin
Published Date: Oct 24, 2017
Innovative Identity and Access Management That Actually Makes Life Easier
Empower employees, customers and partners with secure access to cloud and company apps on any device.
Transform your enterprise security and centralize control of users and apps. OneLogin’s cloud identity
management platform provides secure single sign-on, multi-factor authentication, directory integration with AD,
LDAP and other external directories, user provisioning, endpoint management and more.
One of the largest retail banks in the U.S. sought to improve customer satisfaction
in the call center by eliminating time-consuming processes. Limited by a nonspeech-
enabled IVR, the bank was constrained to outdated authentication
options, such as PIN numbers and knowledge-based authentication (KBA)
questions. Long enrollment processes and authentication challenges were
driving call handle times up, causing significant customer frustration. The bank
turned to Pindrop for help.
Using Pindrop’s multi-factor authentication solutions, the bank confidently
moved authentication away from costly agent-based KBA questions to passively
authenticating callers within the IVR. This not only reduced call handle times but
also improved customer account protection, by assessing every caller for risk
before enrollment and authentication.
PSD2 puts accountability for unauthorised or fraudulent payments squarely on payment service providers. PSPs are now obliged to confirm their customer’s identity robustly when making payments and when managing their accounts. But these measures threaten to put barriers in the way of the frictionless journey that customers want.
PSD2 aims to tackle payments fraud and Strong Customer Authentication is the weapon of choice. Unfortunately, Strong Customer Authentication has a downside, it increases the burden on customers who must prove they are the legitimate account holder more often.
Much has been written about Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2) and its potential to herald a new era of open banking where banks no longer have a monopoly on payment services. Instead they will be forced to provide full access to customer accounts to third parties looking to provide financial services of their own, on top of banks’ existing data and infrastructure.
All of this could prove to be true, just not on January 13th 2018, the deadline for national governments to transpose PSD2 into law. This is because there is still so much to be decided and clarified. The European Banking Authority’s longawaited regulatory technical standards (RTS) on strong customer authentication (SCA) were issued in March 2017 but missing some of the finer details, such as the methods to remotely access customer data and account information and the measures around the use of application programming interfaces (APIs) and screen-scraping.
With every new data breach revealed or costly identity-theft case reported, confidence in data security and the protection of private identity information transactions — and overall trust — erodes. This loss of confidence in online services and reputation can have a direct impact on trust from end-users, customers, employees, partners, vendors and more.
With significant advances in criminal threats — both in sophistication and sheer frequency — all enterprises are urged to bolster defenses, authenticate digital identities and safeguard sensitive information.
Entrust offers five specific best practices — with emphasis on strong authentication, identity assurance, mobile enablement and general layered security — that can help protect against targeted attacks now and over the long term.
Small- or medium-sized businesses run on hard work, dedication and loyal customers. But size shouldn’t exclude SMBs from using the proper security technology to protect online customer identities.
That’s why Entrust offers nine simple tips to improve security for SMBs and end-customers alike. From basic techniques like updating software to more advanced authentication strategies, this guide ensure your business is establishing the proper security foundation in today’s hyper-connected world.
Industry leaders from the banking and vendor landscape are working to streamline the
customer experience while closing the opportunities for fraud and exposure. Balancing
security and convenience will require an approach that combines consumer-facing
authentication (such as passwords, PINs and biometrics) with background security
measures (such as transaction and session-behavior analytics).
Published By: Tripwire
Published Date: Jul 05, 2007
Learn about the validation requirements of the payment card industry's data security standard (PCI DSS), including administrative and technical elements of the program, and the potential sanctions for failure to comply.
Published By: Symantec
Published Date: Apr 02, 2015
Trust and consumer confidence is the foundation upon which the Internet has been built. Leading commerce and financial services companies worldwide have long used Secure Socket
Layer and Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS) technologies to secure customer communications and transactions.
But with the rise of Web 2.0 and social networking, people are spending more time online and logged in, and they are communicating much more than just their credit card numbers. Unfortunately, Web security practices have not always kept pace with these changes. Many organizations use the SSL/TLS protocol to encrypt the authentication process when users log in to a website, but do not encrypt subsequent pages during the user’s session. This practice is risky because it leaves website visitors vulnerable to malicious online attacks, and can result in millions of users being unknowingly exposed to threats simply by visiting a trusted website.
This white paper discusses the imperative need for Always On S
Published By: Quocirca
Published Date: Oct 17, 2009
Managed print services (MPS) offer organisations the opportunity to control costs, reduce the complexity of managing a heterogeneous infrastructure and improve business processes. With many organisations striving to do more with less, MPS can cut both capital and operational expenses. Now is the time to tackle the huge cost and productivity drain represented by an unmanaged print environment. MPS passes control of this complex infrastructure to the experts leaving an organisation to focus on its core business competencies.
This document describes how Likewise and Microsoft Active Directory can foster compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, a set of requirements for businesses that process payment card information. Developed by Visa, American Express, Discover Financial Services, and other members of the PCI Security Standards Council, the standard sets forth policies, procedures, and practices to protect customer account data. The standard includes specific requirements for strictly controlling access to customer data, authenticating business users, monitoring access, maintaining a secure network, and auditing system resources. Likewise integrates Linux, Unix, and Mac OS X workstations and servers into Active Directory, providing the basis to assign each user a unique ID for authentication, authorization, monitoring, and tracking. Likewise also provides group policies for non-Windows computers so that their security settings and other configurations can be centrally managed in the same way as Windows computers.
Creating mobile apps that capture the minds and wallets of your customers will lead to increased revenue and improved customer engagement. However, you must do so while protecting customers’ privacy and shielding them from fraud and other malicious activities. This report will help S&R pros understand the growing mobile authentication market and its transformative impact on customers’ mobile moments.
2014 was a banner year for security breaches. According to the Identity and Theft Research Center, there were 783 reported U.S. data breaches, a 27.5% increase from 2013. Keeping your company and customer data safe is no longer just an IT problem; it's a top concern for C-level executives as well. Your company's reputation and bottom line depend on keeping corporate data secure — yet employee mobility is making this a huge challenge. Read this eGuide to learn how to avoid these challenges with simpler, smarter authentication.
Published By: MobileIron
Published Date: Feb 26, 2018
Enterprises are increasingly expected to support Macs as corporateapproved devices. In order to be in compliance, it is imperative that all devices accessing sensitive corporate and customer data be fully secured and managed. MobileIron delivers a new model for authentication and identity to Macs and enables enterprises to unify Apple mobile and desktop operations using a common security and management platform. MobileIron’s layered security can be extended to not only corporate-owned Macs, but to employee-owned devices as well. And, IT organizations can bring Macs under management across the organization with unparalleled speed and at scale thanks to seamless integration with Apple’s Device Enrollment Program (DEP) and Volume Purchase Program (VPP).
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