OneSpan to Announce Third Quarter 2019 Financial Results October 29, 2019
OneSpan Inc. (NASDAQ: OSPN), a global leader in software for trusted identities, e-signatures and secure transactions, today announced it will release its third quarter 2019 financial results after market close Tuesday, October 29, 2019.
Unpatchable bootroom exploit could affect millions of iOS devices
A rare, unpatchable bootroom exploit has been discovered affecting millions of iOS devices. Sam Bakken, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Mobile App Security at OneSpan explains more.
OneSpan expert on how banks can combat identity fraud with verification
Tim Bedard, Director, Security Product Marketing, OneSpan, explores how banks can combat identity fraud by moving beyond legacy approaches to identity verification.
How Behavioral Biometrics Can Up Your Credit Union's Anti-Fraud Game...
As fraud losses mount, financial institutions are increasingly turning to one of the newest ways to up your anti-fraud security game without infringing on convenience: behavioral biometrics.
YouTube warns of major phishing hack in progress
YouTube users have suffered a wave of account hijacks over the past few days as a result of coordinated phishing attacks. Will LaSala, director of security solutions at OneSpan, is quoted in Digital Journal, discussing how users can protect against phishing attacks.
Five must-have security criteria to achieve PSD2 compliance
How can banks and FIs can remain compliant without compromising customer experience?
How to Keep Your Mobile Banking Safe
Will LaSala, director of security solutions at OneSpan, is quoted in a Wall Street Journal article about mobile banking security tips.
Rolling Out 2FA: The Simple Step Your Business Should Take to Improve Security
Steven Murdoch, chief security architect at OneSpan Innovation Center, is quoted describing the dangers of SMS 2FA.
Digital Account Opening: Enabling Greater Trust Between Financial Institutions and Customers
Financial institutions today are challenged with meeting consumers’ high expectations for fast and convenient digital banking processes, while also needing to mitigate fraud and comply with increasingly stringent regulatory requirements.