Post Tagged with: "mobile security"

InAuth Partners with Zelle to Leverage Device History for Mobile Security

InAuth Partners with Zelle to Leverage Device History for Mobile Security

by November 2, 2016 at 10:50 am 0 comments

Security provider InAuth just announced a partnership with Zelle—the old clearXchange, for those who are still not used to the rebrand —in order to provide better mobile security on the Zelle app when it’s launched sometime in the first six months of 2017. “Knowing what the [mobile] network operators knowRead More

Citi’s Andres Wolberg-Stok Joins Bank Innovation Israel Speakers

Citi’s Andres Wolberg-Stok Joins Bank Innovation Israel Speakers

by August 25, 2015 at 12:06 pm 0 comments

Andres Wolberg-Stok, global head of emerging platforms and services for consumer banking at Citigroup, will present on mobile device security at Bank Innovation Israel in Tel Aviv this November. Andres joined Citi in 2000 and leads the team responsible for innovation in digital platforms and advanced customer features.

3 Startups to Watch: Everledger, ByeBuy, B-Secur

3 Startups to Watch: Everledger, ByeBuy, B-Secur

by July 1, 2015 at 10:57 am 0 comments

In a new feature, we look at three startups — from the multitudes of fintech ventures being launched these days — that stick out. For any number of reasons. The three below touch on security and fraud prevention (ever a hot area in financial services) and leasing (not ever a hotRead More

Amex Gives TouchID a Vote of Confidence for Biz Cards

Amex Gives TouchID a Vote of Confidence for Biz Cards

by December 4, 2014 at 10:33 am 1 comment

In updating its core cards app for iOS late Tuesday, American Express has given a thumbs up to TouchID security for business cards.

Atlanta Fed Hits Wrong Note on Payment Security

Atlanta Fed Hits Wrong Note on Payment Security

by June 23, 2014 at 10:43 am 2 comments

A blog from the Atlanta Fed implies that consumers are negligent in their payment security practices. The opposite appears to be true.

Biometrics on iPhone 5S Said to Fall Short for Payments

Biometrics on iPhone 5S Said to Fall Short for Payments

by September 9, 2013 at 10:26 am 0 comments

Apple Inc. is expected to launch the iPhone 5S tomorrow, but don’t presume it will make the strides in payments some had predicted. Reports now suggest that the biometrics to be embedded in the iPhone home button will not be payments grade. The iPhone 5S is expected to hit stores inRead More

21 Reasons Why the Mobile Banking Naysayers Are Wrong

21 Reasons Why the Mobile Banking Naysayers Are Wrong

by July 23, 2013 at 10:43 am 6 comments

No monetization — that’s the crux of the argument against mobile banking. The Debbie Downers of banking say mobile has not — and, to some degree, will not — be monetized by banks to any great extent. “Mobile is the fastest-growing channel and that it is a big deal,” oneRead More

Mobile Malware is Here: Beware!

Mobile Malware is Here: Beware!

by December 3, 2012 at 11:31 am 0 comments

iPhones, Androids and other smartphones are much more than just a way to call our friends and family and store their phone numbers. Today’s smartphones have become our most personal computer and contain much more than pictures and contacts. They now allow us to access financial data, bank accounts, andRead More

Mobile Adoption Said to Spike After Hackers Target Online Banking

Mobile Adoption Said to Spike After Hackers Target Online Banking

by November 15, 2012 at 9:16 am 0 comments

Here’s a paradox for you: Generally, a certain portion of consumers — a whopping 68% of smartphone users, according to a September report from California-based software security company Metaforic — avoid mobile banking because of security fears. Yet, the great banking security scare that started at the end of last September, the DDoS (or distributedRead More

Mobile Security App Surpasses 1 Million Downloads on Google Play

by September 6, 2012 at 10:11 am 0 comments

If you told me 10 years ago that mobile phone security was going to be a huge issue I would have told you to put down your cocktail and give me your keys. Back then all we had was feature phones or “dumb phones” and your phone was high techRead More