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PSD2: ARE YOU READY FOR STRONG CUSTOMER AUTHENTICATION?
The EU Payments Services Directive (PSD2) contains requirements related to Strong Customer Authentication (SCA). Financial institutions must comply with these requirements by September 2019.
OneSpan provides solutions to meet PSD2 SCA requirements, including two-factor authentication, dynamic linking, mobile app security and transaction risk analysis. To guide our customers’ compliance efforts, we pair our technology with a consultative approach. We provide expert advice on PSD2 requirements and ensure our customers comply in all the countries where they do business.
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