The mobile revolution has made it simpler and faster for banking customers to conduct financial transactions, but it has also expanded the attack surface for fraudsters aiming to steal sensitive data.
Open Banking: Tremendous Opportunity for Consumers, New Security Challenges for Financial Institutions
New security standards around open banking focus on multifactor authentication and monitoring of transactions but largely ignore device security.
Open banking promises to make financial services apps more convenient, but there's still a lot of confusion about how financial firms will protect customer data from rogue third parties.
Simple security best practices can go a long way toward securing mobile transactions and payments for both consumers and service providers.
Although mobile payments are more convenient and arguably more secure than carrying physical credit cards, both retailers and consumers remain wary.
Financial companies that provide mobile services need advanced malware detection tools and threat intelligence to protect customers from financial fraud.
With so many ways to connect with banks today, financial organizations need omnichannel fraud detection tools to distinguish customers from fraudsters.
As the financial services landscape increasingly shifts toward digital solutions, it is more crucial than ever to secure API banking environments.
The delicate balance between a seamless customer experience and quality security controls is one that online banking portals need to manage.
Researchers discovered a new banking malware that targets users' sensitive information and cryptocurrency wallets through phishing emails.