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Welcome to the new world of Digital Finance: DFW - Digital Finance World, Frankfurt, September 18 – 19, 2019 - is the place for finance innovators from traditional players to meet with Fintechs and Start-ups to shape the Future. Here you can interact with a targeted and engaged financial…

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EU EBA Clarifies SCA and Implementation Exceptions

The EU European Banking Authority issued clarifications about what constitutes Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) back in late June. The definition states that two or more of the following categories are required: inherence, knowledge, and possession. These are often interpreted as…

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Assuming High Criticality: Resilience, Continuity and Security for Organizations and Infrastructures

Acronyms are an ever-growing species. Technologies, standards and concepts come with their share of new acronyms to know and to consider. In recent years we had to learn and understand what GDPR or PSD2 stand for. And we have learned that IT security, compliance and data protection are key…

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Whitepaper: ForgeRock Identity Platform for PSD2 & API Security - 80049

The Revised Payment Service Directive (PSD2) promises to make the European Union (EU) cross-border transactions further transparent, faster and more secure while increasing competition and choice for consumers. To do so, Banks and other financial service providers must quickly make the…

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Whitepaper: ForgeRock Identity Platform capabilities for Authentication under PSD2 - 79080

The Revised Payment Service Directive (PSD2) will drive many changes in technical infrastructure at financial institutions across Europe.  Banks and other financial service providers must quickly prepare for PSD2. ForgeRock Identity Platform provides strong customer authentication…

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Don’t Blame the Cloud for Capital One’s Troubles

After the recent Capital One breach, some commentators have suggested that cloud security is fundamentally flawed. Like many organizations today, Capital One uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) to store data, and it was this that was targeted and successfully stolen. In the case of Capital One it was process, not technology, that failed. The company failed on three points to secure its data properly using the extended tool sets that AWS provides. It relied only on the default encryption settings in [...]

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