The digital age has completely transformed the banking and finance landscape.
Mobile and online banking, the advent of non-traditional, disruptive players (a phenomenon known as the “Uberisation” of banking), and changing regulation all mean that it will never be business as usual for bankers ever again.
But in the absence of a reassuring handshake from a bank manager, how can transactions be absolutely trusted? The solution: a powerful digital strategy based on LAWtrust’s multi-layered identity assurance approach, combining strong authentication, fraud detection and transaction signing.
By going the LAWtrust route, banks and other financial institutions have the opportunity to affirm and deepen the loyalty of their existing customers, and impress new customers with engaging, smooth and – of course – completely secure transacting.
Passwords are frustrating and are quickly becoming irrelevant in the world of digital security. We can replace them with mobile and online authentication solutions that are simple and secure.Read more
Financial institutions that offer digital banking services are seeing huge growth opportunities – but they need secure platforms that can withstand increasingly sophisticated attacks. Our IdentityGuard strong authentication solutions are compliant with regulations and make digital banking easy, prevent fraud, and drive customer trust and loyalty.Read more
Central to our identity-based strong authentication offering is our fraud detection capability, which involves real-time monitoring of transactions, automatic detection of fraudulent activities, behavioural understanding of transaction patterns and non-invasive, user-notification methods.Read more
Our signing solutions enable faster, more convenient customer acquisitions, making for increased transacting. Our digital signatures are SARS-compliant, allow for the seamless storage of electronically initialled and signed documents, and are legally defensible – translating into increased convenience, improved security and cutting the costs of paper contract processes.Read more