Tag: Oracle Adaptive Access Manager

FFIEC Updates Their Guidance. And The Winner Is…

In my last post, I mentioned that the FFIEC was preparing an update to their 2005 guidance on internet banking authentication. Well, that update is out, and Anil John couldn’t wait to let me know about it (:)). The update, entitled ‘Supplement to Authentication in an Internet Banking Environment‘ recognizes both the growth in online

BT wins European Identity Award for Fraud Service powered by Oracle

Another year, another European Identity Award for an Oracle customer. At last weeks European Identity Conference, KuppingerCole gave their coveted award in the Governance, Risk Management and Compliance category to BT for their Managed Fraud Reduction service. The BT MFR service provides a real time risk assessment of online transactions, thus providing customers the ability

When “Trust” Is Not Enough

Computerworld has an interesting article ‘Security fail: When trusted IT people go bad‘ with the even more interesting subtitle “One rogue IT employee can do more damage than an army of hackers“. It’s well worth a read, if only to get a feel for the nightmarish scenarios CIO’s can be faced with. The 3 case

Multi-Factor Authentication going Mainstream

Some recent moves by major players could have a significant impact on the perception of multi-factor authentication technologies. Google recently introduced two-factor authentication for Google Apps. The mechanism they chose to employ relies on a one-time password token delivered to a cell phone either by an SMS text message or a call to the phone

Şekerbank secures online banking with award-winning OAAM implementation

Şekerbank T.A.Ş. is the leading Turkish bank for small and midsize enterprises, and its internet banking services are among the three highest-rated online banking Web sites in Turkey. They have earned a reputation for having the most user-friendly and secure online banking Web sites in the country. Last week at the European Identity Conference, they