Posted on 10.07.2020 at 15:22
Implementing the PayControl solution lets financial and insurance institutions introduce new digital services.
Posted on 29.04.2020 at 18:00
SMS and push notifications are now being replaced by mobile authentication and digital signature technologies.
Posted on 12.02.2020 at 17:10
BIS JOURNAL talked with Daria VERESTNIKOVA, Commercial Director of SafeTech, about how to solve the current security problems of online and mobile banking.
Posted on 29.11.2019 at 16:55
Denis Kalmberg, CEO of SafeTech, discussed in an interview with Snob the way the company developed solutions for digital banking protection.
Posted on at 11:32
Adaptive authentication is able to minimize all the major risks of security for all the transaction types and improve user experience at the same time.
Posted on 19.11.2019 at 09:48
Denis Kalmberg, CEO of SafeTech, shared more about mobile digital signature and the role it plays in a modern banking sector.
Posted on 07.10.2019 at 09:49
How to simplify the customer experience, reduce the risks of social engineering, and get rid of papers?
Posted on 15.01.2019 at 12:00
2018 was the year of the successful implementation and development of new mobile financial services, while many banks focused on corporate customers.
Posted on 15.05.2018 at 12:00
In the age of the digital economy, technology allows us to communicate, make financial transactions, and sign electronic documents without seeing each other.
Posted on 15.04.2017 at 12:00
“Generation Z” has recently become the target audience of banks, which until recently was profitable only for…
Posted on 15.01.2017 at 12:00
The development of remote banking services is a complex and multifaceted process in which both the bank business units and the IT/InfoSec departments are equally deeply involved.
Posted on 15.10.2016 at 12:00
The high popularity of mobile banking induces additional risks for customers and their operations. What the risks are and how to address them, Denis KALEMBERG, CEO of SafeTech, told in an interview with NBJ.