Summary of the Practical Key Management Challenges Behind Symmetric Cryptography in Financial Institutions 

Summary of the Practical Key Management Challenges Behind Symmetric Cryptography in Financial Institutions 

This article addresses some of the challenges of symmetric cryptography as applied in banks, describing how it works and what are its unbeaten advantages as opposed to asymmetric cryptography.

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Customer Demand Helps to Co-Shape Banking Security and Cryptography Architecture

Customer Demand Helps to Co-Shape Banking Security and Cryptography Architecture

Client behaviors and expectations are behind the transformation that is currently reshaping the new banking security architecture. While clients want more digital banking and financial services, they still look to a bank’s physical presence as one that is symbolic for building trust, credibility, and the reputation of the institution.

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eIDAS-compliant eSignatures: Business Continuity in Times of COVID and Beyond

eIDAS-compliant eSignatures: Business Continuity in Times of COVID and Beyond

The COVID-19 pandemic put many industries to the test as they found alternate ways to serve their customers and manage to survive the crisis. The banking and finance sector may have already been ahead of the curve with digitalisation.

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eIDAS - What You See is What You Sign (WYSIWYS) for Non-Repudiation

eIDAS - What You See is What You Sign (WYSIWYS) for Non-Repudiation

What You See is What Your Sign (WYSIWYS) is a term that is used to describe an enhanced level of data integrity within a digital signature system. Its purpose is to ensure that the content of a signed message cannot be altered, whether intentionally or accidentally (non-repudiation).

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Remote Signing Services for Banks, TSPs and Industrial Customers - An Overview

Remote Signing Services for Banks, TSPs and Industrial Customers - An Overview

eIDAS provides the technical and legal framework needed for electronic identification and digital signatures to allow the banking industry to digitize its processes fully. This article introduces the technology needed for remote signing at the level of a qualified electronic signature (QES).

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Key Management: New Digital Models for Banks and New Security Models, Too

Key Management: New Digital Models for Banks and New Security Models, Too

In rethinking their strategies, traditional banks have eight digital business model options to consider in order to remain competitive against untraditional newcomers to the industry.

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Cryptomathic Signer’s QSCD is Certified Based on the Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement

Cryptomathic Signer’s QSCD is Certified Based on the Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement

Cryptomathic’s Signer is the only qualified (electronic) signature creation device (QSCD) that is certified under the SO-GIS agreement using the Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement (CCRA). Its security target conforms to the certified protection profile EN 419 241-2.

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Retail Banking - A Stacked Platform Future with Next Generation Security

Retail Banking - A Stacked Platform Future with Next Generation Security

Consumer behavior have shown a dramatic shift toward a preference for seamless digital banking solutions. Many banking customers now want simple and reliable products and services from their banks and other financial institutions.

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Understanding the Certificate Authority in the Context of eIDAS

Understanding the Certificate Authority in the Context of eIDAS

In this article, we will discuss the Certificate Authority (CA) in the context of eIDAS and what is required of this entity in ensuring the integrity of qualified electronic signatures.

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