Investigators often get told to “follow the money”. The time has come to extend this approach to the fight against online piracy, as new Irdeto research reveals the scale at which payment platforms are being used to enable illegal streaming.
As discussed in a previous blog, the European Banking Authority (EBA) has released the final draft of its technical guidance for PSD2. Articles 4 and 25 of said guidance include mandates for the security of the customer authentication process.
One of the key elements of the authentication mandate is the requirement to use advanced security technology to safeguard all client-to-server communications against interception. In other words, to protect against MitM (Man-in-the-Middle) attacks.
The European Banking Authority has released the final draft of its Regulatory Technical Standards on authentication and secure communication for PSD2. In follow up to my original blog, I’m back with my analysis of the affect their final guidance may have on the consumer experience.
The impact of global cybercrime is shocking: 38.5% of firms have experienced a cyberattack in the past 12 months and 21% of cyberattacks result in costs exceeding €5M. Financial services is arguably the industry most targeted by hackers. As such, these numbers will likely skyrocket as the industry undergoes disruption.
It’s 2017 and, ready or not, the payments & banking industry is facing disruption. But what does that mean for your company’s cyber security? We hope to unravel that for you in the Irdeto payments & banking security blog we’re launching today.
For years, Irdeto has helped companies in the media industry solve a lot of the same kinds of security problems you’ll be facing as you navigate a disrupted payments & banking landscape. This experience has provided us with a unique perspective