Guarantee security at each stage of your digitisation journey
The growing number of online services – such as payments, online banking and, digital identity – provides users with immediate, universal access to services that meet their daily needs. However, this progress also entails risks – as there has been an increase in fraud cases related to identity theft or reuse of the same password for several services. In this context, it is crucial to seamlessly identify new customers online, and to be able to authenticate them without friction at each stage of their journey - whatever the channel and whenever they want to do a sensitive operation.
To mitigate these risks, service providers, governments, and banks must offer appropriate tools for securing their digital services and customer transactions.
You can rely on us to provide all your customers with secure access to your online services while ensuring compliance with all international and local regulations. Our reliable and industrialised solutions - ranging from identity verification to strong and trusted authentication - will guarantee security at each stage of your digitisation journey.
Identification and authentication portfolio
We can support you across the whole value chain of the Digital Identity process : from identification to authentication and fraud detection. We currently process billions of transactions each month for more than 70 issuing banks across the globe.
We empower our clients in their digital transformation with Trusted Digitisation Services (around Identity, Signature and Preservation), allowing end-to-end digital transactions in a fully secure, and compliant way.
How banks can build trust in a PSD2 world
This whitepaper focuses on one of the biggest issues for banks – the new regulations around Strong Customer Authentication (SCA). We explore how banks can go beyond simple compliance to build trust and create a smooth experience for all their customers. Don’t miss the insights provided by this whitepaper for banks!
How to offer maximum security to your customers with strong authentication?
In this infographics, we will present main insights and challenges for banks and merchants to comply with the ongoing regulation around Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) which will come into force on 14 September 2019.
Strong customer authentication is the key requirement of EBA Guidelines because it is the most efficient measure to fight against fraud, reinforce trust and protect sensitive data.
How to handle EBA Guidelines on internet payment security to prepare for PSD2?
Claire is responsible for the product management of Strong Customer Authentication & Security solutions such as WL Trusted Authentication and WL Digital Intrusion Protection. With 10 years’ experience in international business developments and bids, she has developed strong skills to understand customers and market requirements, with special focus on security, payments and identity.