Cryptomathic Integrates with CyberArk to Enable HSM-as-a-Service in Tier-One German Bank

Cryptomathic has completed a successful integration of its centralized HSM and cryptography management platform, Crypto Service Gateway (CSG), with the CyberArk Identity Security platform in a live setting at an unnamed tier-one German bank.

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Cryptomathic Launches Mobile Solution for Digital Onboarding at the Branch - Supported by QES

New digital portal streamlines banking client onboarding while addressing AML, eIDAS and PSD2 requirements.

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Initiative Prize to Cryptomathic

On the 9th of November, the Aarhus company Cryptomathic was awarded the Initiative Prize by the regional division of DI (Confederation of Danish Industry).

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Introducing the Signature Activation Protocol for Remote Server Signing

This article explains the Signature Activation Protocol in the context of eIDAS-compliant central signing. It sheds lights on its purposes and outlines its implementation for remote/central signature servers.

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Infographic: The state of Application Security of mobile finance and payments apps

Cryptomathic's partner and mobile security expert, ARXAN, have published the 5th annual State of Application Security Report, which takes an in-depth look into the security of some of the most popular mobile finance applications available today.

The report finds a huge discrepancy between consumer confidence regarding the level of security built into these apps, and the degree to which developers of these apps actually address known application vulnerabilities. For example, 86% of the surveyed app users feel their applications are adequately secure. Yet, more than 90% of the tested applications unveiled multiple vulnerabilities. Below is an infographic that highlights some of the key findings in the report.

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Are the Dynamics of Card Fraud Changing?

In 2009, the RBS WorldPay ATM network reportedly lost $9 million to a 30 minute fraud attack across 49 cities, in different countries, using just 100 cloned cards. On the face of it, the $9 million dollar yield from the attack is a large enough figure to make headline news, but perhaps not that shocking in this day and age where the total UK card fraud exceeded £500 million in the past year, according to APACS figures. What is possibly more serious in this particular scenario is the method

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