Banks Can Prevent Online Banking Fraud and Meet Compliance Obligations Today
Sunnyvale, Calif - Jun 29, 2011
IronKey's Trusted Access for Banking secure browsing solution meets the new online banking security guidelines from the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC), the company announced today. The FFIEC member agencies have directed examiners to formally assess financial institutions under the authentication supplement beginning in January 2012.
”The FFIEC Internet banking guidance calls for multiple layers of security controls to prevent fraud and importantly, the guidance identifies the IronKey Trusted Access design as one of the five relevant and effective controls cited for preventing fraud,” said David Jevans chairman of IronKey and the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG).
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