LONDON, June 5, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --
WHEN: 28th June at 4pm BST
WHERE: Online, with complimentary registration. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
PRESENTERS: Jean Noel Georges, Global Programme Director, Digital Transformation, Frost & Sullivan
Digital transformation is already impacting financial services, and future banking will evolve to leverage technology in ways that will have a much deeper implication to customer service than current use cases. As a result, numerous interactions between customers and digital banking will be done by using mobile devices and cloud-based platforms.
Furthermore, security will be key to creating confidence in the value chain. Financial service providers are investing in bringing services to customers on personal devices, increasing the need for software/hardware security solutions for authentication of transactions. Biometrics can be leveraged for strong authentication and to comply with regional regulations.
To register to the webinar, or for more information on this topic, please email Anna Zanchi, Corporate Communications: email@example.com
Why You Must Attend:
- Understand the new security requirements regarding digital financial services
- Learn about strong authentication and the best ways to leverage biometrics.
- Find the best options to balance a positive customer experience with risk management.
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