Trust is the foundation of any banking institution. And this year more than any other, that trust has been put to the test.
From highly-publicized data loss cases at Countrywide and Bank of New York Mellon to outright failures of banks such as IndyMac - and then to the September swoon of Merrill Lynch, Lehman Bros. and AIG - 2008 has been riddled with numerous incidents that call into question institutions' abilities to protect their customers' financial and informational assets.
At the same time, a younger, more tech-savvy consumer base is coming of age and demanding new, electronic banking channels. Institutions need not only to be able to serve these customers, but to recruit and retain them. Security can be a real competitive differentiator here, enabling institutions to demonstrate the lengths to which they'll go to ensure a safe, secure banking experience.
In this webinar, you'll hear from BITS, the premier financial services organization, on the consumer authentication trends and technologies that matter most to banking institutions.
You'll also receive highlights of a new report from Javelin Research, entitled "Consumer Authentication for Retail Banking: Compliance Does Not Equal Security."
Finally, registrants will benefit from a roundtable Q&A session with Javelin Senior Analyst Tom Wills and Vijai Shankar of VeriSign, the event's sponsor.