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Join us during this free VASCO webinar on #PSD2 RTS compliancy and learn how you can enhance your (legacy) #authentication process while maintaining a convenient user experience #UX. Register now...

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VASCO will be showcasing the latest technologies and solutions @ Booth C26 (Hall C2) at Money2020 Europe to help banks enable high-value services for mobile banking. Schedule a meeting or demo via the registration form on your right-hand side and receive a 200€ discount on the conference fee.

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What you need to know about #WannaCry or #WannaCrypt

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On Thursday 23 February, the European Banking Authority (EBA) published its long-awaited final draft Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) on Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) and Common and Secure Communication (CSC) under the revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2).
In general the EBA has relaxed its requirements compared to the RTS in the EBA’s Consultation Paper from August 2016. Here are the most important changes...

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Are there banks that are using these kinds of bleeding-edge #behavioural #authentication tools today? Although VASCO has just entered this market via a partnership with BehavioSec, the broader answer is… yes! 

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Scott Clements of VASCO Data Security, on how VASCO is helping customers across industries align cybersecurity with a frictionless customer experience.

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"Once only a futuristic invention seen in sci-fi films, we are becoming used to the idea of bio-metric security as the norm rather than an advanced privilege. From retina scanning at border control to fingerprint recognition on our smartphones, the world of bio-metrics is playing an integrated role in securing the world in which we live." 

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"I recently registered as a patient on a leading telehealth provider’s website. I was very surprised around the lack of identity assurance. The only verification requested was my insurance card and I had the option of skipping that step since insurance is not a prerequisite for service. WOW! In an era of stolen credit cards, stolen identities and ever prospering cyber-crime, this is really not acceptable."

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In order to answer the question whether SMS-based authentication will be acceptable under PSD2, we consider three scenarios for using SMS. We then discuss which of the three scenarios meet the requirements of the RTS.
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