August 15 — There may still be services that the average consumer prefers to access in-branch, but applying for a new digital product isn’t one of them. Fortunately, there are options available for remotely onboarding your existing customers quickly and securely, writes Dewald Nolte, Entersekt’s chief commercial officer.
Remotely enrolling users is a growing concern for digital service providers, especially in the security-minded industries. How do you make it easier — a lot easier — for your customers to sign up to new products and services at home, especially with so much else — and so many other providers — competing for their attention these days?
Social engineering is the latest trend in cyberthreats.
By Alaina Webster, Managing Editor
Is the title for this column a quote from a Dr. Seuss book? No. But you’d be forgiven for making that assumption. None of those words (except for “and”) even looks like an actual word, certainly not one you’d find in a professional publication. They’re all real, though, and all types of social engineering fraud your institution could be facing soon.
The average U.S. consumer has 34 different online accounts. From email to social media to bank accounts and shopping, each account requires users to complete some type of security step before accessing its services. And it seems consumers are starting to get fed up.
By Mark D. Smith
ATM crimes are on the rise in the United States, especially since many ATM deployers have yet to upgrade their terminals to Europay, Mastercard and Visa, and debit cards issued by American financial institutions still include a mag stripe, which is easy to duplicate. Common threats include smash-and-grab raids to high-tech attacks, such as card shimming and card skimming. U.S ATM deployers are also beginning to see more ATM Jackpotting and explosive attacks.
July 18 — Findings from Dublin, Ireland-based Research and Markets’ report, Biometrics for Banking; Marketing and Technology Analysis; Adoption Strategies and Forecasts 2018-2023 – Second Edition, indicate that by the end of 2020, roughly 1.9 billion bank customers will be using biometrics to complete at least some banking functions.